San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Leverage the power of your hard-earned online data to your competitive advantage.
Companies big and small are involved in a variety of online activities that generate substantial amounts of very useful data. Yet, most organizations do not effectively leverage their hard-earned data to improve their online engagement and optimize their investments. In this seminar, Bilal Saleh will show you how to:
- Leverage the power of your online data to maximize your online return on investment.
- Use Google Analytics to improve your online presence by gaining better insights into what your web visitors do and how they behave.
- Set Online Marketing Objectives and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to enhance the digital experience you’re offering to your target audience.
- Learn essential online metrics and measurements and how to apply them to improve your online business.
Bilal Saleh is a Principal Partner at E-Nor responsible for the US Southeastern region based in Tampa, Florida.
Bilal is a veteran of the mobile industry and has a background of more than 20 years as a global executive with experience in consulting, qualitative and quantitative market research, business development, sales, marketing and general management. In addition, Bilal has consulted global and regional service providers on analyzing market trends and developing business strategies to leverage opportunities in new media and converged applications and in developing innovative mobile end-user experiences and profitable business models.
Bilal has held senior management positions at MCI and Motorola, building high performance product and business development teams across the U.S., Europe, India, China and the Middle East, delivering measurable economic values to top-tier organizations worldwide.Bilal established the Global Mobile Applications Services business for Motorola, focusing on developing innovative mobile applications for tier-1 mobile operators. He also institutionalized rigorous data-driven marketing and sales processes based on competitive threat, market demand analysis and leads qualification.
Bilal has helped shape the mobile industry through a number of key initiatives including founding the Location Interoperability Forum (LIF). He chaired the board of directors for two consecutive years prior to integrating the organization with the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) in 2002. Bilal holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Engineering, a Master of Science degree in Computer Science and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He holds three granted U.S. patents and is a member of the Digital Analytics Association (DAA).
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USF CONNECT is the business and economic development initiative of the University of South Florida (USF) that provides support for technology start-ups and serves as the point of entry for companies looking to do business with USF.
- Drives economic development through several programs including Tampa Bay Technology Incubator (TBTI), Student Innovation Incubator (SII), and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council’s (The Corridor) Matching Grants Research Program
- Unites technology and talent with businesses throughout a 23 county region, providing access to top-tier research, faculty, students, inventors, local organizations, economic development councils, supporting industry and capital funding sources
- Facilitates the needs of Tampa Bay's technology and bio/life sciences entrepreneurs throughout the business life cycle by providing professional amenities and resources for successful business development and technology commercialization