The stage is set, the drinks are on ice and the guest list is hot. We can only be talking about our next Digital Garden Party.
8th September, 6.30pm we open the doors to digital enthusiasts from across the globe (or, more likely the North West of England) to meet, laugh and perhaps engage in a partnership opportunity or two.
Blueleaf CEO, Adrian Lomas, has long-held the believe that it takes two to tango and partnerships are key to successful business - you may remember his blog about this. So this event is all about that, simply a chance to meet other like-minded people who may be able to support you personally or professionally and vice versa.
Come alone (it’s a friendly group), bring a colleague or bring your friends – just please remember to sign up. We don’t want to run out of booze and nibbles!
If you’ve been before, I’m sure you’re curious to know what the digital debate is this time. At the last party our talented debaters discussed whether or not content is a dirty word. Find out who won.
This time Laura Bailey from Melbourne and Mat O’Connor from Sentient will debate “has brands online tracking gone too far?” - a passionate subject for many I’m sure. Perhaps professionally we’re screaming no, but personally we want our freedom back and are all pretty terrified about what happens to our personal data. Is it even ethical? And does excessive online tracking actually encourage more sales? Find out in our digital debate.
Our garden party is a forum for us all. So if you have some advice, knowledge or ideas that you think could interest a digital audience then let Kate know. She’ll make sure you get a chance to share on the night. Kate’s also happy to answer any questions you might have about the do.
See you there!