Lisburn Castlereagh City Council to host free Digital Marketing Breakfast Summit
March 16, 2023
On Thursday 23rd March, the Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council’s Digital Marketing Breakfast Summit will bring together some of Northern Ireland’s foremost digital marketing experts and key solution providers, to discuss the latest innovations, current trends and strategies for achieving digital success in 2023.
This free, in-person breakfast networking event will be held at the Council headquarters in Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn.
If you would like to promote and develop your business digitally but aren’t sure where to begin, or if you would like to hear the latest insights, strategies and tools to help you boost your marketing effort and drive results, you won’t want to miss this event.
Leading industry experts Francesca Morelli and Chloe Henning from VAVA Influence will deliver a TikTok Masterclass for Businesses that is not to be missed. VAVA Influence is Northern Ireland’s first dedicated Social Media Influencer Marketing Agency.
Digital strategy specialists Ciaran Connolly and Stephen McClelland from the award winning digital agency Profile Tree will deliver thought provoking talks on ‘Digital Strategy for 2023’ and ‘AI and Chat GPT’ - the fastest growing consumer application in history.
The Digital Marketing Summit is part of Lisburn Castlereagh City Council’s hugely successful Digi-growth Programme which, in just three years, has helped over 340 local businesses begin their digital transformation journey. The Programme provided businesses with one-on-one mentoring and support to create effective digital marketing strategies. Over 100 new jobs have been created to date by businesses who have taken part in the Digi-growth Programme.
Tickets are free, but they are of limited availability, so it is recommended that you book soon in order to avoid disappointment.
The Digi-growth Project is part funded by Invest Northern Ireland and the European Regional Development Fund under the Investment for Growth & Jobs Northern Ireland (2014-2020) Programme.