mmadigital partners again with NatWest on digital marketing for North-West law firm

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3 July 2014


Dez Derry, CEO: The days of creating a website and sitting back while client’s contacted you are long gone

Following the success of previous events, mmadigital, the online marketing agency for the legal sector is again teaming up with NatWest Commercial Banking, to stage a new breakfast workshop on ‘the golden rules of digital marketing’ in Manchester on 9th July.

The event, aimed at helping law firms market themselves more effectively online will hear mmadigital’s CEO, Dez Derry, explain the four key components of successful digital marketing.

Dez Derry, says: “Digital marketing is now a highly sophisticated service and this session will provide law firms with everything they need to know about winning business online. The days of creating a website and sitting back while client’s contacted you are long gone. Today’s legal customers need far greater nurturing and engagement and this workshop will show law firms how to achieve that.”

The event will take place on Wednesday 9 July at the RBS Building, 7th Floor, 1 Spinningfields Square, Manchester, M3 3AP. The following schedule is planned:

  • 8am: Networking and breakfast
  • 8:30am: Workshop presentation
  • 9:15am: Close

To register, email: professionalsunit@rbs.co.uk

This event follows the hugely successful NatWest mmadigital ‘From Click to Client’ conference which took place in London last month, attracting almost 200 delegates.

 



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