Following the success of the first event in London late last year, Marketing On The Menu is coming to Manchester. On 28 March, food and drink firms are invited to a free seminar held at Great John Street Hotel, with talks by Making You Content, BizWizUK, Webantic and Bloomin’ Creative.
Kelly Gilmour-Grassam, director of Making You Content, said: “We constantly see food & drink brands fall short with their marketing efforts, either because they’ve been let down by their agencies or they simply don’t have the right tools to gain exposure.”
“Marketing On The Menu is an opportunity for decision-makers in the industry to enhance their understanding of digital marketing, and stand apart from competitors with a multi-channel approach to promoting their brands.”
"Marketing On The Menu is an opportunity for decision-makers in the industry to enhance their understanding of digital marketing, and stand apart from competitors with a multi-channel approach."
Covering web design, app development, copywriting, social media and PR, the event is designed to offer actionable insights into marketing for businesses at every stage of development. The brainchild of Making You Content and BizWizUK, Marketing On The Menu is a non-for-profit event, designed to increase awareness around marketing best practices for those in the food and drink industry.
Sponsored by Nabarro Poole, an accountancy firm specialising in the food and drink sector, The Cake Nest and Eclectic Hotel Group, the event will bring together a mix of independent and nationwide brands.
This free event will run from 4-6pm on the 28 March 2017, and tickets are available from Eventbrite. For press enquiries, more information or bookings, email email@example.com.
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