21st Jan 2015
As the necessity for a fast, adaptive, effective digital strategy grows in every field of business, we invite you to join us for an evening of learning, upskilling and development.
Dave Douglas, founder of ebow, the digital agency, will lead a workshop that clarifies exactly what’s needed for a good, cohesive digital strategy in 2015.
Dave’s mentoring workshop will be built around the four key areas of digital success:
- Web design How should a project run? The pain and the pleasure.
- Google & SEO What, how and why?
- Facebook What has worked for clients.
- Email The forgotten hero! Why email rocks.
Plus, trend analysis and what’s coming down the line.
So, whether it’s upping your Facebook followers, adding ecommerce to your website, or simply sorting a more cohesive online presence, this Mentoring Workshop will point you in all the right directions.
Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for Veuve Clicquot champagne and canap’s, plus luxury treats and gifts before an evening packed with tips and the fast track to success.
Get your tickets now!
WHERE The Merrion Hotel, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin 2
WHEN Wednesday, February 18; Veuve Clicquot reception from 5.30pm
TICKETS €45, numbers strictly limited
PLUS Luxury gift bag for all from Lanc’me, plus prizes on the night
FOR MORE See image.ie or email [email protected]
Dave Douglas is MD at ebow, one of Ireland’s most established digital agencies. Founded in 1999, ebow has always been a trailblazing agency full of new thinking; clients include the GAA, Disney, Bewley’s, Irish Ferries, The National Concert Hall, the Abbey Theatre, IMAGE Publications, RTE Digital and Taste of Dublin. Dave will share insight on how to create a strong, responsive digital brand and how that translates into business.
You can view the ebow website at ebow.ie or follow Dave on Twitter @davefromebow
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