31 October 2011
Media Junction’s Neil Cartwright on location marketing at mediaPro
Friends of Elemental, Media Junction is sharing is love at integrated marketing conference and exhibition mediaPro this coming week 01-02 November 2011. The entertainment and youth agency will be sharing its experience with location marketing and near field communication (NFC) in a presentation aptly entitled ’10 ideas how to make revenue with location marketing’. Neil Cartwright, head of digital at Media Junction is guest speaking on the second day, Wednesday, 02 November from 16:05 to 16:30 hosted in the Social Media 2 theatre.
Neil currently manages digital and location-based marketing for EMI, Jamiroquai.com, HMV MAMA Group plc, The O2 and independent high street retailers - giving attendees the opportunity to learn techniques from well-known brands, learning from the success and challenges he has experienced. With plenty of case studies and a few NFC campaigns imminent, attendees can learn how to set up and manage digital campaigns with what the outcomes are likely to be.
There aren’t many that are true veterans, but Neil bucks the trend. In a past life was head of new media at Sony Music UK for nine years and Chairman of the Board of Directors at Community Music. He has a few awards under the belt, having won a New Media Age Effectiveness Award, three Creative Art and Design Awards (CADS) and two Online Music Awards (OMA).
Elemental is based at stand Social P12 in the social media consultancy lounge, just (between Social Media 1 and 2) from the so pop along say hello, and of you’re lucky grab a quick conversation with Neil before or after his presentation.
Read more about what we’re up to a mediaPro here.
MediaPro integrated marketing conference hits Olympia London for two days, from Tuesday, 01 and Wednesday, 02 November 2011.
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