Decoding Digital LIVE Haydock:
Revenue Optimisation Blueprint
Thankyou for joining us at Haydock Park Racecourse on Thursday 25th August.
Our expert speakers, Conrad Grimshaw, Michael Brennan and Sean Dwyer, each delivered an insightful workshop on 'Revenue Optimisation Blueprint' with unique angles on ensuring maximum beneficial outcomes from digital productions.
Join us for our next interactive session, ‘The Metrics That Matter’ which will be lead by three of our experienced e-commerce industry experts with insights and inspiration to help you transform your brands performance.
Join our experts, Sean Dwyer, Michael Brennan, and Tom Morton each with unique angles on ensuring maximum beneficial outcomes from your digital productions.
Our live event is perfect for modern marketers in leadership and strategic roles, looking to expand their digital capability 💪🏻
All three speakers will be diving deep into what they know about customer acquisition, conversion optimisation, and data activities that makes brands really thrive in the fast-changing, digital economy we’re operating in.
The event will kick off at 9am and finish at 11am, with refreshments available throughout the session, and some drinks and networking after the presentations have finished.
Guests will be treated to a complimentary breakfast served from 8:30am.
Michael BrennanAccount Director, Door4
Michael joined Door4 in 2016 after cutting his teeth as a marketing manager in the private sector. He sees things from all sides and has a reputation for staying ice cool under pressure.
Tom MortonHead of Acquisition, Door4
Tom has worked in digital for over 10 years with a focus on PPC and Search and devising online growth strategies for startups all the way up to international brands, and is currently leading the Acquisitions team at Door4. Committed to data-driven continual client growth at scale.
Sean DwyerDirector, Door4
Sean joined Door4 in 2017 from Carat Manchester, where he was an associate director. A data obsessive at heart, he’s responsible for pushing through organisational and procedural clarity. In an agency? You’d better believe it.