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Next FREE regional meeting – 29 March, City College Plymouth

March 20, 2012

Our next FREE (to CMN members) regional meeting is at City College Plymouth on Thursday 29 March. The programme includes Alex Hughes of Net Natives on what’s new in mobile marketing, City College Plymouth on student intranets and Richard Boniface of RCU on data in marketing. Book your place NOW! Download a booking form from www.m-network.org or write to office@m-network.org

Non-members welcome at a fee of £75 per person including lunch and refreshments.

10.15am        Arrival, registration and coffee for a 10.30am start.

Programme:

Peer feedback session: City College Plymouth will give an overview of their student intranet and invite feedback from delegates.

Alex Hughes, Lead Trainer, Net Natives: The latest on mobile marketing.

Richard Boniface, RCU, will introduce a new LSIS-commissioned research project looking at how providers can most effectively use data in the marketing process, and will ask for your input and ideas on data you use currently, and data you would find useful to have available.

The research will lead to the creation of an Effective Practice Guide with advice on sources of information, guidance and checklists for organisations on how to obtain and use data in the marketing process and to provide illustrative examples of emerging good practice from across the sector. The findings from the research will also be used to steer and influence national policy.

Lunch will be provided at 12.30pm and the day will end around 3pm.

 

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