Marketing Week Live is back!

Marketing Week Live, the UK’s largest free marketing event, is back on 29-30th June 2010 at Olympia, London!

Marketing Week Live

Brought to you by the teams behind Marketing Week, New Media Age, Data Strategy, mad.co.uk and Design Week, Marketing Week Live, now in its second year, reflects the energy, fast pace and evolving nature of modern integrated marketing.

This combined market insight ensures unrivalled show content from a wide range of over 400 exhibitors, key industry players and award showcases. It offers cutting edge and thought-provoking educational content (120 free sessions in total) and is free to attend.

The show focuses on four key exhibitions: the In-Store Show, Insight, Online Marketing Show and Data Marketing Show, providing marketers the ideal platform to learn from dynamic brands. Also at the very heart of Marketing Week Live is Centre Stage, where forward-thinking CEOs and industry pioneers tackle the big issues in modern marketing.

Following on from the success of 2009, MWL2010 has a fresh line up of speakers selected by Mark Choueke, editor of Marketing Week. Each speaker has been chosen for their thought leadership and visionary ability to help shape the marketing community of the future. This year includes companies such as O2, Coca Cola, Domino’s Pizza, Wired and Unilever.

Centre Stage is free to attend and is the perfect opportunity to reinvigorate your approach to marketing, enabling you to focus on the bigger picture of modern marketing.

To find out more about each exhibition and to register for free entry visit: www.marketingweeklive.co.uk

To keep up to date with all the news and show updates, follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MWL2010 or visit us on Facebook by clicking here.

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