When & Where?
  • Date: Wednesday, 22 June 2011
    Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
  • Venue: The Landing at Dockside
    44 Ferry Street, Kangaroo Point Qld 4169
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Ticket Information

Prices (inc GST): 

Standard Ticket $65
Groups of 3 or more (in one booking) $60pp

Charities/Not-For-Profits $55
Please email us for the promo code

No. of tickets remaining: 2

Dress: Corporate Casual

Ticket includes pre-event attendance list, drinks and finger food pre-presentation, networking opportunities, event giveaways, Networx tote bag and panel discussion.

Public Carpark: Undercover parking ($5.00 in coins required before you enter) is available in the visitor carpark - entry on the right side of Ferry Street, lower carpark.

How to get there: Google map | Landing at Dockside's directions | Public transport | Car parking

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Event Photography by Lucid Photography @lifeatlucid

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Interview Video: Networx Panel Speakers Interview: Why Direct is Still the Best

Blog post: 'Why Direct Marketing is Still the Best' Panel Event Wrap-up 

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Speakers: @SignetAustralia @Vision6 Nick Pritchard from Decoder
Panel Facilitator: @CatMatson
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Sponsors & supporters:  @reload_media @superfox_ @lifeatlucid @vivogroup @missblooms @ridefreemedia 
Attendees: @aflq @kmo_design @andrew_frahm @cloudlandtv @copycat21c @dangercharlie @emmajanech @furnbagz @IngenuityHost @janeosborne2 @janetoohey @kristin_thinks @Ladies_Love_AFL @LeaLea036 @luminobrand @MacGillivrays_ @meredithcol @OurTwoCents @penelopefrench @peterkaandorp @PintxoNewFarm @provetqld @rapidbrand @robphillimore @royalonthepark @shereetullett @snapsb @Susan_Starr @tangalooma @Xmpieman
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Event Details:

Join us for a panel discussion on why direct mail and email marketing is still the best return on investment for your marketing dollar.

What you will learn:

  • How to integrate one to one marketing across multiple channels
  • Using your data to personalise your message
  • Business to business database marketing
  • Why email marketing is evolving. Not dying
  • Practical tips for optimising email for your business objectives

Who would benefit from attending:

  • Business owners & directors
  • Marketing and communication professionals
  • B2B marketers

Panellists:

Event Giveaways

  • Private Christmas Party at The Landing at Dockside in the Garden Room to the value of $1000 (includes drinks and food), courtesy of The Landing at Dockside.
  • $150 voucher redeemable for $100 for services and $50 for products courtesy of GW Private Room, hair salon in Festival Towers, Brisbane City (National Award Best Hairdresser: Winner 08/09, Runner-Up 10/11).
  • $150 Flight Centre Travel Voucher courtesy of GJI - Data Intelligence People.
  • One night’s accommodation in a Deluxe Suite and Continental breakfast for 2 in Seasalt at Armstrongs, a bottle of bubbly & chocolates on arrival & a midday checkout, courtesy of The Inchcolm Hotel.
  • 1 x Four (4) premium reserve tickets to the Brisbane Lions vs Port Adelaide game on Sunday 3 July 2011 valued at $246, courtesy of AFL Queensland
  • 1 x Double Pass to Interactive Minds 'Stop Talking and Start Listening: Social Media Measurement and Beyond' on 6 July 2011
  • 1 x 16G USB flashdrive, courtesy of Fairchild Multimedia.
  • Each attendee wil receive 10% off your next Edible Blooms order (promo code in your tote bag).
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Speakers

Neil JorgensenNeil Jorgensen

Neil Jorgensen

Direct Marketing Manager, Signet



Neil Jorgensen is Direct Marketing Manager at Signet and has worked in direct marketing for the past 16 years. With a strong background in direct marketing through his work at Australia Post and the non-for-profit sector, he has engaged a wide range of business marketplaces and has been fortunate to work alongside many advanced systems and practitioners.

A past ADMA committee member and State Chair, Neil has presented on direct marketing to numerous groups of business people and students throughout his career. He is passionate about the use of effective and relevant direct marketing that is integrated across the organisation and sales and marketing channels.

Follow on Twitter: @SignetAustralia

signet.net.au


Nick PritchardNick Pritchard

Nick Pritchard

Creative Director, Decoder



Nick is one of Brisbane’s best-known and most well-respected creative directors. He is the architect behind a large number of successful brand, advertising, direct marketing and outdoor campaigns for some of Australia’s most recognised household names.  As founder and Creative Director, Nick is free to combine his passion for creativity with an uncompromising approach to results-based marketing, embedding tried and tested direct response techniques wherever possible.

Nick’s campaigns have been recognised at many of the industry’s leading awards ceremonies, and, in recognition of this contribution, 2010 saw him sat on the judges’ panel at the prestigious Caples Awards in New York. Nick is involved with: BFA (major in Printmaking), Chairman of ADMA QLD, National Board member of ADMA, Board member of Communify Queensland.

Follow Decoder's Eugene B Goat on Facebook | Follow on Twitter: @decoderideas

decoder.net.au


Matthew JohnsonMatthew Johnson

Matthew Johnson

EDM Specialist, Vision6



Matthew Johnson is the EDM Specialist at Vision6 and has been in the email marketing industry for over 6 years. His work with Vision6 helps to educate marketers and business owners on how to create, connect and convert using the power of e-messaging.

His deep understanding of email marketing principles and practices has seen him work alongside hundreds of companies including RACQ, Supercheap Auto, BMW and Queensland Government in the optimisation of their email marketing practices and strategies. With a passion for all things e-messaging Matthew is also a regular speaker at the annual Email Marketing Summit Australia (EMSA).

Follow on Facebook | Follow on Twitter: @vision6

vision6.com.au


Panel Chair: Cat MatsonPanel Chair: Cat Matson

Panel Chair: Cat Matson

Chief Digital Officer, City of Brisbane



Cat Matson is Brisbane's Chief Digital Officer, overseeing the citywide Digital Brisbane strategy. Under the strategy, Cat is responsible for driving economic growth through digital adoption in the SME sector, strengthening the city's digital start-up ecosystem and facilitating Cyber City initiatives. Recently named as a rising female in the technology sector by the Sydney Morning Herald, Cat is considered an industry leader when it comes to the digital space, with a savvy business mind and a robust understanding of the wider business context.

LinkedIn | Digital Brisbane on Facebook |  Twitter: @DigitalBne @catmatson 

digitalbrisbane.com.au | catmatson.com.au


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