NatWest mmadigital From Click to Client

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July 2015: NatWest mmadigital Click to Client conference

This year, we decided to put more emphasis on the ‘client’ part of the digital marketing process. Most lawyers now appreciate the importance of digital marketing, irrespective of how well or badly they may do it. Firms need to be able to adapt quickly to the latest algorithms.We introduced key players in the industry to share their wisdom and know-how on everything from confronting the digital challenge and the best digital marketing techniques to following through client calls and the key to client satisfaction.

Speakers:

Russell Atkinson, Chief Executive, National Accident Helpline plc


Mark Montgomery, Customer Strategy and Marketing Director, myhomemove


Sucheet Amin, Managing Partner of Aequitas Legal & Founder of inCase Mobile App


Dez Derry, Chief Executive, mmadigital


Sarah Boustouller, Marketing Partner, Stephensons Solicitors LLP


Duncan Watts, Industry Manager, Google


Professor Ian Cooper


Jon Whittle, Market Development Director, LexisNexis


Chris Marston, Chief Executive, LawNet


Lauren Riley, Founder, TheLinkApp


Joanna Swash, Commercial Director, Moneypenny


Ed Fletcher, Chief Executive, Fletchers Solicitors


 

An excellent day. The first CPD event in a long time I have wanted to stay until the end!

Delegate – Jul 2015

 

Great day and very helpful to network and listen to fellow professionals. Gives the opportunity to share stories, challenges an good practices.

Delegate – Jul 2015

 

Really interesting speakers and statistics. Very clear points on reality vs perceptions and firms thinking they know without the research to back it up.

Delegate – Jul 2015

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