Speaking roundup: May through July

It’s been a busy time on the speaking front – so busy that I’ve been remiss in posting details. Here’s a quick roundup of activities…

1) Econsultancy’s Future of Digital Marketing in June 2009 - Keynote

This is one of my favourite events. This year, 350 senior marketers and digital strategists congregated at the Congress Hall in London.

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I was really pleased to give the closing Keynote and you can see my slides on Slideshare:

PS084 Future of Digital Marketing – “Making and Measuring Marketing Magic”

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2) ACSEL’s London Tour
Just before the FODM I spoke at a gathering of French retailers and journalist who were visiting the UK both as a research and networking visit, and to gather information for an upcoming ACSEL book (you may recall that in 2008 Internet Retailing co-published the ACSEL book ‘L’Europe – une opportunité pour l’ecommerce”).
My presentation focused upon Social Media marketing in retail.
Ps082 Acsel Londontour

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3) Prosodie’s Etail Conference in Paris
Prosodie, a company I’d met via ACSEL, organised an interesting morning’s conference in Paris in July and gathered a group of leading French retailers, etailers and significant suppliers for a morning’s session of case studies and presentation.
I gave a perspective on trends in the UK, especially focusing upon multichannel trends, and although I spoke mainly in English the presentation was immeasurably improved by my excellent French slide deck – courtesy of Katherine Lavallois – merci!
Here’s the presentation on Slideshare:
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Please note that you can see upcoming speaking activity on: http://ianjindal.com/speaking-and-events-calendar/

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