Close the gaps in your marketing at MarketEd.Live

A photo of Rachel Extance with the words "I'm attending MarketEd.Live 2021"

Are you looking for original thinking from marketing experts? If so then this year’s MarketEd.Live will be just the ticket. The theme is “Close the gaps”.

Talks include:

  • Is Authenticity just a wanky red herring?
  • 10 lessons from 140 world-class sales & marketing leaders every marketer should know
  • Science or Seance? Why the marketing world needs to channel its weirdness.
A photo of Rachel Extance with the words "I'm attending MarketEd.Live 2021"

The team say: “We want to close some of the gaps that our audience has identified, whether that’s the gap between sales and marketing teams, the gap between a customer saying ‘yes’ or ‘no’, or simply gaps in knowledge.

“MarketEd.Live is a conference we created because what we wanted didn’t exist.”

This year's speakers

  • Amy Kean, Founder of Six Things Impossible
  • Nathan Anibaba, Founder of Dealmasters
  • Sharon-Marie Gillooley, Principal Lecturer at Nottingham Business School
  • Paul Chapman, CEO of Paul Chapman
  • Kenda Macdonald, CEO of Automation Ninjas
  • Tim Elliott, Head of Spill Teem UK
  • Rob Balasabas, Brand Evangelist at Tube Buddy
  • Debbie Clarke, Founder of Debbiedooodah
  • Paul Ince, aka BizPaul, CEO of Like Mind Media, who is the founder and host of MarketEd.Live
BizPaul on stage at Marketed.Live 2019. Photo by Mr Ladd Photography
BizPaul on stage at Marketed.Live 2019. Photo by Mr Ladd Photography

Why I love MarketEd.Live

MarketEd.Live was the first conference I attended and it’s incredibly friendly. The speaker line-up is diverse and the topics are thought-provoking. No-one there wants you to create run-of-the-mill marketing. They want to help you create great marketing that stands out. 

Here are my write-up of previous events if you want a flavour of what to expect:

Marketed.Live 2019: Go deep with your marketing

MarketEd.Live 2018: the future of marketing is personal

How to get tickets

MarketEd.Live takes place on Monday, September 20 at Nottingham Contemporary. Tickets are available at https://www.marketed.live/ and you can choose to attend virtually or in person.

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