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.
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Previous event recordings
What are the upcoming trends in social media and digital marketing? Andy Lambert provides the lowdown with a bevy of data!
Kirtsy Hulse has helped tens of thousands of people across the world on their confidence journey. In a sentence, she helps people achieve more than they thought possible. She also happens to be a marketer 🙂
Join Mike Blake-Crawford to learn about 'social-first storytelling' and understand the components of storytelling that will be driving successful brands in the future.
In this webinar, expect takeaways on: what are the biggest problems with marketing briefs? What's the impact? And potential ways to reduce the damage and waste
By the end of the session you'll be armed with actionable know how to help increase conversions and keep brains choosing you.
In this session Chris shares what semiotics is, why it is indispensable to understand how brands work, how to drive distinction using product category codes, why ‘culture’ is more important than ever and how semiotics closes a gap between what brands THINK they’re communicating and what they’re actually communicating.
In this session, LinkedIn’s Senior Content Solutions Consultant Purna Virji will share how marketers can re-think their content planning approach and share frameworks and best-in-class examples for designing a scalable and sustainable always on content strategy.
At the end of 2020, Sophie Cross had an idea. A good old fashioned magazine in a time where the prevailing wisdom is to go digital.
In a few short months, Sophie conceptualised the magazine, targeted an audience, smashed her £12,000 target on Kickstarter, created and edited the magazine and had it land on doorsteps around the world.
How did she do it? This is the story.