How Covid-19 has changed the future of Marketing
It’s been way too long but now that the pandemic is easing and more of us are comfortable meeting face to face, Culture Recruitment, in conjunction with Maria Heckel, Board Member for the CIM, are delighted to personally invite you to the Midlands’ biggest marketing event for the year!
We have a fantastic panel of speakers lined up for you who will discuss how digital, technology and innovations are having a positive impact on today’s brands and companies. With everything and everyone being compelled to think and act digitally, do brands and companies need to move from seeing digital as a platform to a way of life? What does this mean for marketers going forwards? And is creativity more important than ever?
Event Moderator – Maria Heckel, award winning Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Regional CIM Ambassador for Travel, Tourism & Leisure.
With a 15 + year successful track record of web development, digital marketing, e-commerce and channel integration across online, retail, sales, customer experience and CRM, Maria is known for combining customer insight and creativity to develop innovative strategies that build brands and deliver effective performance marketing campaigns.
Luan is a Chartered Marketer and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. In addition to running a marketing consultancy business Luan is a course instructor for LinkedIn, an accredited trainer for Meta and delivers workshops for a number of professional bodies and university business schools.
Pardeep is a resilient marketing director with a track record of achieving growth through digital strategy, investment and delivery for global listed and private-equity businesses. She has led digital and marketing functions for E.ON, Global Insurer Aetna International and is a Non Executive Director at Creative UK, investing, training and supporting public policy advancement in the UK’s creative economy.
Lee is Co-Founder and CEO of On The Tools & Electric House. As CEO he believes that it’s his responsibility to ensure the happiness and welfare of everyone at his organisation. Lee says “we have to spend so much time at work that it needs to be a place that people feel safe, trusted and valued”. His mission is to create a culture and environment that people can flourish in and ultimately never feel that ‘Monday morning’ feeling ever again.