Brand Chat moves to Linkedin

Brand Chat Goes To Linkedin

The Brand Chat thought leadership session, formally hosted on Instagram Live, is designed for industry experts to gain valuable insights from carefully selected brand and marketing thought leaders from around the world. The platform enables young marketing enthusiasts to jump into conversations with highly regarded thought leaders and learn from their playbooks. This year’s edition will be hosted on LinkedIn. 

In the first edition, Caroline Toluwani Ijogun, one of Nigeria’s most well-known marketing experts, guided us through her brand management playbook. The second edition of the Brand Chat Live series unveiled the need for brands to sustain their essence in a fast-moving world with one of the UK’s top brand advisors, Matt Davies.

On the 18th of August, 2022, we shall be discussing the “Impact of culture on brand sustenance” with the Marketing Director, Marketing and Communications at Opay, Itiola Ikudinakin. 

Itiola is a renowned marketing professional and an impeccable brand storyteller who captivates her audience. She spots distinctive market opportunities and takes advantage of them to expand the brand. 

 

We look forward to an exciting and insightful session with you. Do well to mark the date on your calendar as we bring you another episode of Brand Chat on the 18th of August, 2022.

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CONNECT MARKETING SERVICES HOLDS SECOND EDITION OF MARKETING CORE

Event host, Moromoluwatiketike Akinborewa; speaker, Aizehi Itua; and some of the studio audience at Marketing Core 2022

Nigeria’s foremost experiential marketing company, connect marketing services, recently held the second edition of its annual digital conference, Marketing Core.

The hybrid event had in attendance industry giants and thought leaders in the marketing space. It also featured workshops where topics revolving around marketing in a frictionless world were discussed by Tech expert, Yosola Atere from Nigeria, Anks Patel from the UK and Aizehi Itua from Nigeria.

In a press briefing with the agency’s Head of Brand and Comms, Aizehi Itua, he stated that there is a need to future-proof the talents in the Marketing industry and this can be achieved through knowledge transfer. This will enable them to compete favourably in their various industries.

Aizehi also stated that businesses need to have a proper understanding of the new and emerging consumers the COVID-19 Pandemic has produced to help them best position themselves for success. This event has done that expertly. We are building on our successes from last year to champion the digital transition of experiential marketing in Nigeria and this is one of our numerous platforms helping us achieve this. He added.

The event was also sponsored by Alpha and Nimbus and The Ambulance Company.

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