With Content continuing to take centre stage in all marketing strategies the 2010 Summit is the place to learn how you can utilise your content to its fullest.
We have recently added SEO expert, Paul Roach, to our already impressive speaker line up of speakers for our International Content Summit 2010.
Paul has worked in SEO since 2001, is currently the Technical Lead for SEO for guardian.co.uk. Previous roles were Senior SEO Manager for Yahoo! Europe and 6 years agency experience working on clients in the gaming, financial and travel sectors.
Other speakers include:
William Owen co-founded Made by Many in 2007 to combine expertise with ideas and innovation to create brand new digital businesses. The agency has led projects at Telegraph Media Group, AOL, Hearst, Channel Five and UKTV, while also working with brands and agencies in creating and sharing content.
Luke Johnson has become one of the UK's most successful businessmen, running his own private-equity firm, Risk Capital Partners. Former chairman of Channel 4, he is now chairman of the RSA and writes a weekly column on entrepreneurship in The Financial Times.
As Group Brand Marketing Director of BSkyB, Robert Tansey has responsibility for a budget of more than £100m. Tansey oversees all aspects of Sky's brand and content marketing, including brand strategy, above the line marketing and magazine portfolio.
They join an already impressive line-up that includes Ben Hammersley (Wired Magazine), Julia Hobsbawm (CEO Editorial Intelligence), Julie Meyer (CEO Ariadne Capital), David Seers (COI), James Pimentel-Pinto (Agency Mobile) and Susan Aubrey-Cound (M&S). The day will be chaired by ITV News Economics Editor Daisy McAndrew.
To find out more about the speakers at the International Content Summit 2010 click here
However, tickets are selling fast. Currently priced at £350, they are available on the International Content Summit website at www.content2010.co.uk
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