How do you keep up with your marketing efforts during the COVID-19 crisis? Marketing professionals agree that companies should not neglect their marketing activities during this time. Marketers will get a wealth of marketing advice, ideas and practical tips at the upcoming Marketing Indaba webcast conference on 2 & 3 December 2020.
“It’s times like these that separate the adaptable and the dead” says Dylan Kohlstadt, Founder and CEO at Shift One Digital and a speaker at this year’s Marketing Indaba. “Marketing has never been as important than it is now. Which is sad considering marketing is the first thing that’s cut when a crisis hits. This is a chance for you to switch to digital in a way you would never have before. It’s an opportunity to reach nearly all your customers online like never before. It’s a chance to create an authentic story and dialogue that sets you apart and builds a loyal community. It’s a chance to reboot your sales strategy and introduce webinars and podcasts and create thought leaders of your staff and leadership.” she says. Dylan’s topic at this years’ Marketing Indaba is “Lead Generation – Reaching customers in the new normal of COVID-19“
Another speaker at the Indada and CEO of Digitlab, Mike Saunders says “The recovery of our economy is going to come down to our ability to grow and develop businesses. Marketing and sales will be at the forefront of our recovery strategies and will need to deliver maximum value over the next year. Great marketing post the lock down is going to separate those who succeed and those who are left behind.” Mike’s topic at Marketing Indaba is “Humancentric Marketing Age: Marketing in the Fourth Industrial Revolution“
The 10th Marketing Indaba will be presented in the form of a webcast via Zoom on 2 & 3 December 2020 from 9am to 1pm daily. The conference offers more than 12 speakers with topics and content that will help you formulate a winning marketing strategy for your business. Register online at www.marketingindaba.com or call the organiser, CADEK Media on 021 854 4700.