Digital Marketing Events Group Interactive Minds Expands In Capital Cities

Digital Marketing Events Group Interactive Minds Expands In Capital Cities
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Digital Marketing events group Interactive Minds is expanding its presence in Sydney and Melbourne in 2017.

Following their success in Brisbane and introduction into the Melbourne market, founder Louisa Dahl has brought on a new Chapter Director in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to run the regular seminar events while she takes a more strategic role within the business.

“Digital Marketers are increasingly under pressure to stay abreast of changes in this complex industry whilst achieving results and fitting in everything on their plate,” Dahl said.

“Interactive Minds’ events provide a way for the digital industry to keep up to date with important changes, prioritise their activity and learn from their peers to get better outcomes.”

The new Chapter Directors are Digital Marketing experts Amber Dermoudy in Sydney, Christopher Phillips in Melbourne and Georgia Ball in Brisbane. Each city will host six or more seminar events in 2017 and will feature industry experts sharing case studies and learnings.

Interactive Minds 2017 events will begin in February and will cover topics such as Digital Trends to Know, Growth Hacking and Customer Journeys.

 

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