24 September 2019 - Nottingham Contemporary, Notts, UK

MarketEd.Live 2019: The Annual Marketers' Conference.

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The best generalist marketing event in the UK will be back for 2019!

World-class speakers and industry specialists providing their knowledge so you can bring their expertise to your business.

MarketEd.Live is a conference we created because what we wanted didn't exist. If you work in marketing, or are a business owner that conducts your own, our event will bring to you the latest knowledge, advice and strategies from world-class industry experts and big brands.

Make your marketing strategies more sophisticated by learning about other multiple marketing disciplines that work hand-in-hand with your current expertise Build relationships with other delegates and share experiences with great people. We'd love to see you in Nottingham in September.

Meet the speakers

Here's who we had sharing their knowledge in 2018. Check back soon for 2019 speakers.

CEO - I Am Here

Chris Strub

Chris Strub is an award-winning road-trip marketer, twice-published author, course instructor and the first person to use live-streaming and Snapchat in all 50 U.S. states.

CEO - Fanbytes

Timothy Armoo

Timothy Armoo is the 23 year old CEO of Fanbytes, the Worlds 1st Snapchat influencer network helping brands like Warner, Universal, and Sony reach teens on Snapchat. 

Founder - CMA

Chris Marr

Chris Marr is a teacher and student of content marketing. He’s the founder and driving force behind the Content Marketing Academy, the UK’s largest membership organisation of its type.

Director of Marketing and Advancement - Loughborough University

Emma Leech

Emma is Director of Marketing and Advancement at Loughborough University, overseeing communications, marketing, recruitment, web and digital, widening participation, international and fundraising and development.

Head of Comms - EE

Howard Jones

Howard Jones is Head of Comms at EE and a passionate advocate of technologies that connect people together.

Head of Content & Partnerships - Podcast Websites

Hannah McCreesh

Hannah McCreesh is an established lifestyle blogger who moved into podcasting in 2018 prior to joining the UK’s #1 podcast hosting platform, Podcast Websites as Head of Content & Partnerships.

Paul Ince

Paul Ince (known as BizPaul literally everywhere) is a strategist specialising in marketing conversations. He's the founder and host of MarketEd.Live

Managing Director - Strafe Creative

Ross Davies

Ross Davies is a creative and technically-minded professional working as Managing Director for Strafe Creative, an award winning creative agency in Nottingham.

Class of 2017

Andrew & Pete, Victoria Taylor and Lillian Betty. So good, we asked them to return.

Early Bird Tickets Available

Are you super keen to learn from the best marketing minds around? Buy your 2019 ticket today at a ridiculous price of £69 inc. VAT (+ booking fee).




Our sponsors and partners

A big thank you to our sponsors and partners who have helped MarketEd.Live happen

We truly appreciate the love and support from these organisations. Some are providing us with services, others are helping us make the event special.

Conference running order

MarketEd.Live 2018 Schedule

Here’s how we broke down the day this year – we’re going to make it even better for 2019!

Tuesday 24 September 2019

8.30 - 9.30

Registration

9.30 - 9.35

Welcome to MarketEd.Live 2018

9.35 - 10.00

BizPaul - The Future of Marketing

What does marketing look like tomorrow? In this session, we'll discover the things to make note of now in preparation for changes ahead.

10.00 - 10.45

Chris Marr - The future of sales and marketing: How to Communicate with the Digital Consumer

Marketing is perhaps the fastest changing landscape in business today. It’s no wonder that we feel overwhelmed and frustrated with all the new technology, applications, platforms and methods for communicating with our prospects and customers. In the age of inevitable and continual change, how is it possible to know exactly what you need to do every day to not only attract the best customers for your organisation, but to also ensure that you remain relevant into the future? In this opening keynote session, Chris Marr will share with you the key factors that determine the content you need to create to grow your business today, tomorrow and for the future.

10.45 - 11.15

Break

Grab some refreshments, have a natter with your peers.

11.15 - 11.45

Emma Leech - The Power of PR – How to Turbo Charge Your Marketing

This session will look at how you can use PR strategically and operationally and amplify your campaigns, build brand and reputation and increase ROI. From social media to working with journalists and finding relevant angles, the session will cover tips from multi-award winning campaigns with PR at their heart.

11.45 - 12.15

Howard Jones - What Technology Will Do For Us In The Future

How the technology that people have in their hands – and the technology that marketers are creating for – is going to change what we engage with, and how we engage. And how that’s the key to the personal and authentic experiences that brands and people are craving.

12.15 - 12.45

Timothy Armoo - How to Take Advantage of Advertainment, The New Language of Social

In this talk , Timothy will be talking about the concept of advertainment and how brands can use iti to remain relevant to the younger audience. As Adblocking is on the rise and people tune out ads, the people who win in the millennial marketing space are those who do things differently, moving from disrupting content to enabling great content. In this talk,, Timothy will be explaining how he’s helped the worlds biggest – and smallest brands- do this at scale

12.45 - 13.45

Lunch

We've got a super lunch lined up for you! More time for networking.

13.45 - 14.15

Ross Davies - The Growth of Disparate Information, and What It Means for the Small Business Landscape

As apps and social media continue to evolve and grow, your website will soon no longer been your main shopping portal. This is because of the growth of disparate information – the idea that customers will check multiple different sources of information before making a decision. As a small business, this means that you can no longer rely on having one information hub. Imagine booking a restaurant for a meal out – how many different sources of information would you check before booking? This change is going to redefine how you build and manage the online profile of your business – are you ready?

14.15 - 14.45

Hannah McCreesh - Building Profitable Influence Using Podcasting & Audio Marketing

With an eye on the future, this session will deliver clear, actionable takeaways on how marketers, agencies and business owners can build an influential audio platform that delivers solid ROI and creates a community of raving fans that continues to deliver results where other marketing channels fail. Why and how does this work so well? Be here to find out.

14.45 - 15.15

Break

More coffee! No nana napping this afternoon for you!

15.15 - 15.50

Class of 2017

Four of our speakers from 2017 return to provide insight into what they said last year and whether their predictions came true. What do they think will happen in the future? Find out in this panel session.

15.50 - 16.30

Chris Strub - Community

What is marketing if it's not about connecting with communities? Does it really matter what type of organisation you are when connecting with people? Learn from Chris's trip livestreaming around the US, as the first person to broadcast in each of the 50 states.

16.30 - 16.45

Closing Remarks

BizPaul summarises the day's content and we find out who's won tickets to next year's event.

16.45

Let the after party begin!

Line up the mojitos, next door, at a private party at the Pitcher and Piano.

Venue Location

Nottingham Contemporary Weekday Cross Nottingham NG1 2GB