Is tech marketing more creatively brave than ever?

16th September 2021  04:00 PM - 16th September 2021 
Online Event

Tech focused, creative agency Shaped By is hosting a roundtable of expert senior tech marketers on Thursday 16 September, to debate the question ‘Is tech marketing more creatively brave than ever?’

After undergoing a rebrand earlier this year, to better align with its proposition, Shaped By has wasted no time in taking a deep dive into the world of tech and B2B marketing.  2021 has already seen the release of Perspective 2021, the agency’s first survey on creativity, disruption, and innovation in tech marketing and the launch of the Changemakers series, speaking to marketers embracing new ways of thinking, working, and applying creativity to bring about positive change.

The discussion is hosted online by Shaped By founder and CEO Nick Farrar expert panellists including Jess Ellis, Senior Director of Brand Marketing, Khoros and Robin Daniels, CMO, Matterport, with more to be announced.

CEO, Nick Farrar said “Over the past 18 months businesses have faced some of the biggest and most unexpected challenges of our time. Our first Shaped By roundtable will discuss how marketing within tech-fuelled businesses have met these challenges, pushed boundaries, taken risks, and embraced creativity to deliver results”

The roundtable is open to marketers who are ‘in’ tech, whether as an innovator creating cutting edge solutions, or harnessing it and using it to make a real, positive difference to our everyday lives.

Places are limited to allow attendees to pose questions to panellists. It will offer a valuable opportunity for marketers to learn why bravery is so vital to effective tech marketing and how to keep your marketing activity fresh, innovative, and agile.

The Shaped By roundtable will take place on Thursday 16 September, 4:00pm, GMT. You can sign up to attend on the Shaped By website

Event details

From: 16th September 2021, 04:00 PM
To: 16th September 2021, 
Location: Online Event

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