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Brought to you by Data Strategy and Marketing Week, the Data Marketing Show is the event where marketers can explore the power of data to create effective, targeted and measurable campaigns.

The Data Marketing Show: Practical advice on harnessing the power of information
The Data Marketing Show: Practical advice on harnessing the power of information

The Data Marketing Show, part of the UK’s premier marketing event Marketing Week Live is back again on 29 and 30 June 2011 at the Grand Hall in London’s Olympia. Visitors can discover the latest technology, ideas and solutions for creating targeted and measurable marketing campaigns, focusing on customer relationship management, single customer view, data software and analytics, data protection, loyalty, targeting methods and social media.

The show includes a free-to-attend conference programme with 12 sessions, hosted by leading industry brands, including eHarmony, Gala Coral, Tesco, COI and British Airways all of which offer critical insight into the world of data and direct marketing.

The show also boasts a presentation arena, where visitors can learn from case studies involving leading suppliers, exploring how brands have used the latest data and direct marketing techniques to engage customers.

New attractions this year include the BPMA Village, which will give visitors an insight into what merchandise offers the best return on investment and improves customer retention and acquisition.

This year the show has several new exhibitors. These include GI Insight, a CRM and database marketing company; 20:20 Dialogue, a hi-tech and hi-touch data solutions supplier; and Aquira, a new company made up of a team of experts from sales, data and customer operations backgrounds.

Marketing Week Live is the destination event for the modern marketer, bringing the best in online, retail and data-driven marketing and market research.

The Data Marketing Show 2011

The Grand Hall, Olympia
Hammersmith Road
London
W14 8UX

Wednesday 29 June 2011
9.30am – 5.00pm

Thursday 30 June 2011
9.30am – 4.30pm

How to get there

By Tube: Travel to Kensington Olympia on the District line from Earls Court. The venue is next to the station. Or it is a short walk from Barons Court on the Piccadilly Line.

By Bus: Olympia is served by the following bus routes

Hammersmith Road: 9, 10, 27, 28
Holland Road: 49
North End Road: 391

By Train: Mainline trains from Watford Junction and Clapham Junction stop at Olympia Station. Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk for more information.

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