People come to our marketing events because they’re hungry for knowledge and want to meet new marketing friends.
They come back because the community produce a lovely environment, with listening, saying hello, and being positively lovely at its core.
The Marketing Meetup runs a comprehensive online schedule of events and webinars for marketers. Thanks to our lovely sponsors, the webinars are free to attend for anyone looking to come or watch for seven days after they go live on our blog and The Marketing Meetup Podcast. Marketers then discuss and stay in touch with each other in between events in our Facebook group.
Want to be part of it? Check out our upcoming marketing events below.
|Date||Time||Speaker||Name||Get yo' space|
|22/06/2021||08:30||Beth Collier||Creativity: What it is, why you need it, and how to ignite yours||Sign up here|
|29/06/2021||08:30||Rory Sutherland, Vice-Chairman of Ogilvy||The tyranny of logic||Sign up here|
|06/07/2021||14:00||Dave Harland, The Word Man, Jo Watson, Copywriter & Eddie Shleyner, Very Good Copy||Our writing, strategies and approach to success on Linkedin||Sign up here|
|13/07/2021||08:30||Steven Kenwright and Carrie Rose, Rise at Seven||Building a Business Case for Disruption||Sign up here|
|20/07/2021||08:30||Louis Grenier - Founder of Everyone Hates Marketers||Get the clarity you need to stand the **** out||Sign up here|
|27/07/2021||08:30||Imposter Syndrome: Stop Faking It. - Sahana Sekaran, Contentsquare||Imposter Syndrome: Stop Faking It.||Sign up here|
|07/09/2021||08:30||Matt McKie, Global Head of Marketing at The Olympic Games||From Nike to the Olympic Games: Q&A with the Head of Marketing for The Olympic Games, Matt McKie||Sign up here|
|14/09/2021||14:00||Mary Owusu, CEO of Gurubound||Why your website visitors are not converting||Sign up here|
|21/09/2021||08:30||Sophie Cross, Editor of Freelancer Magazine||From Marketing Manager to Magazine Editor: How I launched my own successful magazine||Sign up here|
|28/09/2021||14:00||Purna Virji, Senior Content Solutions Consultant at Linkedin||Hum, Sing, Shout: How to Design a Scalable, Sustainable and Always On Content Marketing Strategy||Sign up here|
|05/10/2021||08:30||Chris Arning, Creative Semiotics||Semiotics: What It Is & Why it Matters for Marketers||Sign up here|
“If any of you haven’t engaged with The Marketing Meetup yet, now’s your chance. And believe me, you do not want to be left out.”
Previous event recordings
Confusion, conflict and chaos in the workplace are all a function of your inability to listen effectively. Communication is 50% speaking and 50% listening, yet only 2% of people know how to listen.
Key takeaways on how to build great customer personas A buyer persona tells us who your buyer is; but more crucially, it tells you how, when, and why they decide to invest in a solution with you. Too many marketers are building too many buyer personas. Home in on...
Storytelling is one of the best ways for marketers to get their message across.
Jeremy Waite has told stories on stages across the world. He’s helped some of the world’s leading figures tell their own.
This fundamental marketing skill is one that can be taught, and in this session, Jeremy will help you learn.
Fiverr are building a brand that is becoming ubiquitous in the world. But, the company remains young. In this talk, Liron who was employee number 13, discusses the journey and what you can take it from it.
Tim Soulo used a framework to grow Ahref’s blog traffic to over 1,500,000 monthly visits. In this webinar, we explore how they did it.
Great copy can be the difference between making a sale, or not converting at all. Compelling someone to act, or losing them forever. Dave Harland has dedicated his professional life to writing great copy: and he does it so well! In this talk, Dave shares his tips and tricks for writing great copy for social media.
In this webinar, Marisa discusses how when you put the data down, you can start to win loyalty through two-way customer relationships.
As marketers, the word 'brave' has entered our vocabulary when it comes to our work. But is this warranted? Is there a better way to speak about how we take risks in our roles?