The Three Core Pillars That Will Save Your Content Marketing

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Venue: 110 Bishopsgate, London, England, EC2N 4AY
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Title: The Three Core Pillars That Will Save Your Content Marketing

Date: Thursday 28th February

Time: 9.00am - 11.00am

Location: Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

Format: Private roundtable event - Limited places available



Refreshments provided

 

As content marketing further becomes an over-saturated and competitive landscape, Forward3D in this roundtable will be delving into how to combat these current industry challenges and produce successful and valuable campaigns. We will be discussing the three core pillars that we believe are integral for content marketing, and how you can use these elements to hit your brands targets and KPIs. We showcase how the application of data, narrative and design work in unison, exampling successful content marketing campaigns that Forward3D has created that encompass these elements.



We want to be able to help you solve any problems your are encountering with your brands content marketing, so please feel free to send us any questions you have prior to the event.



Speakers

 
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Sophia Parsons, Content Lead - Forward3D

Sophia serves as a content marketing lead at Forward3D. She has been working in SEO/content for 5 years, and has worked across a muiltitude fashion and beauty clients. Her content experience ranges from on page strategies to creating integrated digital campaigns.


 
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Tom Bowers , Senior Content Marketing Manager - Forward3D

With seven years of experience in SEO and Content Marketing agencies across the country, Tom has a wealth of experience in the creation of content for performance, specialising in fashion and travel content. Prior to his career in digital, Tom produced and edited a wide range of online publications, focusing on promoting young talent from the UK, video content and music festival coverage.

 

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