For the past few years, the B2B Huddle has earned a credible place in the business-to-business knowledge calendar in providing participants with actionable insights into digital marketing and social media in B2B – insights you can apply in your business.
We’re thrilled to invite you to join us for the next B2B Huddle on May 2, at Oracle’s European Headquarters in Reading. The theme is “Strategizing B2B Content Marketing” – content touches people at every stage in the business-to-business cycle. The need today is much more than simply producing brochures, websites, white papers, blog posts, videos and other content.
Today, it must be content you create, curate and distribute that your customers value and share.
Here’s why you should join us:
If you are involved in managing campaigns that engage with other businesses, large or small, and you’re looking to connect with others in a small group, then this is the event for you. We offer an environment that’s informal, relaxed and sales-pitch-free.
Join us for a day of learning, networking and great conversations that offer you an unmatched experience with knowledge you can take away and apply immediately.
Staying connected before the huddle:
- The B2B Huddle website http://www.b2bhuddle.com/ and Twitter account @b2bhuddle will provide ongoing news and updates about the huddle.
- Have you joined the Huddle LinkedIn group? There’s a community of over 150 huddlers that you’d benefit from connecting with.
- If you tweet about the Huddle, please use the hashtag #b2bhuddle to keep the conversation connected.
- Each of the morning keynote presentations will be live video streamed; the audio will be recorded for post-event audio podcasts published by For Immediate Release.
We look forward to seeing you.
Kerry, Abigail and Neville
When & Where
What is the B2B Huddle?
Now in its fifth year, the B2B Huddle is an informal one-day event that brings together senior communicators and marketing professionals to exchange and share their experiences in digital marketing and social media in B2B. Participants choose whether to just come and listen to what others have to say, or stand up and share their own thinking during one of the open sessions. The day concludes with further networking opportunities at an informal tweetup.