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Webinar: Marketing Trends for 2017 with Dave Chaffey

Webinar: Marketing Trends for 2017 with Dave Chaffey

In our final webinar of the year we will be releasing the results of our research report with Dave Chaffey and Smart Insights as well as sharing our predictions for 2017.

Marketing automation and lead generation tools give B2B marketers a powerful platform to deliver more relevant and timely content. However knowing which strategies to focus your attention can be difficult. Our research report will help focus your attention on the strategies that will work for you now and over the coming year.

Join us to find out:

  • The state of B2B marketing in 2016
  • Which strategies you should be focusing your attention on
  • Our predictions for marketing automation in 2017

Speakers Include:

Dave Chaffey, CEO, SmartInsights

Tuesday 15th November, 10:00 – 10:45 (BST)

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