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Posted by Zia Daniell Wigder on November 12, 2009
week several of us will head to Forrester’s Marketing
Forum EMEA which will be held on November 17-18 in
At this event, leading Forrester analysts will present on how companies can
surpass competitors as the recession begins to recede, how companies can
increase online engagement with customers, and which product and service innovations
they must prepare for. This event provides a platform where
marketing and eBusiness professionals can share innovative best practices, network
with peers, benefit from keynotes and track sessions, and pose direct questions
to top Forrester analysts during one-on-one meetings.
this year, with keynotes from:
Bernhard Glock, Former
Vice President Global Media Purchases & President World
Advertising Federation, P&G
Diederick van Thiel, Chief Consumer Marketing Officer, ING
Conny Kalcher, Vice President Consumer Experiences, LEGO
Malcolm Duckett, VP Marketing, Magiq
Mike Cripps, Customer Experience Manager, Service Operations, Capital One Financial Services Inc.
Kamel Ouadi, Global Digital Media Director, Louis
Alexandra Wheeler, Director Of Digital Strategy, Starbucks
Moira Dorsey, Vice President, Research Director
Mary Beth Kemp, Vice President, Principal Analyst
Here are some ways to maximize
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us on Twitter as we plan and launch the Event.
RSVP on our Facebook
Event page, and network with attendees.
Take the conversation offline:
On Tuesday, November 17, 2009, Forrester will host a London Tweetup. Tweetups are low-key social
events where Twitterers can network and meet the people they tweet with. Anyone
can attend; it is an informal atmosphere that allows casual conversations.
This tweetup is for anyone who's attending the Forum or
lives in the
@jgownder, @bsimm, @Mark_Mulligan, Alexander
Hesse, Peter O'Neill, and others.
We hope to see you many of you there!
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