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Online marketing seminar to go beyond run-of-the-mill lecturing
HelpLearn.Asia, the 2-day seminar that brings the brightest minds and concepts in online marketing will be inspiring SMEs before, during and after the event.
In fact, before being able to glean information at the event in January ’13, interested parties can already benefit from HelpLearn.Asia’
As the essence of online marketing will be relayed virtually, this will be great news for those who are unable to travel to the event. From any part of the world, the wisdom imparted will be easily accessible online. Do click the link below for the introduction video of HelpLearn.Asia:
With a large number of videos being filmed prior, during and after the seminar, HelpLearn.Asia will be a treasure trove of online marketing knowledge for yearning SMEs. These will include 4 types of videos and more:
1. ‘How to’ instructional videos (i.e. listing the necessary actions to successfully conduct Search Engine Optimization)
2. Insight videos (i.e. Expert speakers sharing their thoughts and forecast on Google Analytics)
3. Case studies (i.e. Using real-life examples to show the success and failures in Pay-Per-Click)
4. Event footage
After growing in comprehension and familiarity with industry jargon through the videos, there are still so many stark benefits of attending HelpLearn.Asia in person. Being in attendance, means a chance to consult speakers on specific questions or even using personal examples as case studies to be explored.
“HelpLearnAsia is the region's premier school for marketing commandos to learn from the very best in Asia assembled by Adriana, the very reason why we are all here. I'm looking forward to share how gamification can be used to motivate (some say exploit) behaviors in your consumer through fun and psychology theories,” says Keith Ng, the co-founder of Gametize, a gamification startup focused on digital platforms that increases audience engagement using game design techniques in non-gaming environments.
As deals/partnerships are often made in person, networking sessions are also an essential part of the programme. With sufficient chances to meet with speakers and fellow SMEs, there is a high chance collaborations will be struck up. In fact, to facilitate any in-depth business discussion during the event, meetings rooms can be made available on site (depending on availability)
After the inaugural HelpLearn.Asia concludes, the journey to become a consummate SME online marketer just begins. The first leg of the event will be in Singapore while the next few will take place around the region. More experts will be called upon to expose their tricks of the trade and especially those pertinent to the various locations.
HelpLearn.Asia aims to be the platform for SMEs to enrich themselves to learn marketing know-how. In the next year, this seminar will reach a wide audience (online and offline) in its bid to help all Asia learn everything about online marketing.
Date: 28th & 29th January ‘13
Location: Genexis Theatre, 1 Fusionopolis Way (S)138632
Tickets (in SGD)
Usual price $250
Early bird price $225 (valid up to 28th December ’12)
Student price $100
Bulk price $200 each (minimum 5 tickets)
Tickets for the first HelpLearn.Asia in Singapore is available now at www.eventnook.com
Adriana Gascoigne - Founder and CEO of Girls in Tech
Vinny Lingham - CEO of Gyft.com
Keith Timimi - Chairman of VML Qais
Tom Van den Berckt - Head of strategy at Clicks2customers.com
Carmen Benitez - President/Managing Director of Fetch Plus Inc.
Matthew Hanagan - Director of Online Marketing at Spafinder.com
Rachit Dayal - Managing Partner, Happy Marketer
John Fearon - Founder and CEO of Dropmyemail.com
Jonathan Liu - Founder of Moonlight Marketing
Daryl Arnold - co-founder & CEO of Newton Circus
Keith Ng – co-founder of Gametize
Eventnook – www.eventnook.com
VML Qais – www.vmlqais.com
Clicks2Customers – www.clicks2customers.com
Founder Institute – www.fi.co
TBC HR Consulting - www.tbchr.com/
SGEntrepreneurs – www.sgentrepreneurs.com
TechInAsia – www.techinasia.com
e27 – www.e27.sg
Girls In Tech – www.girlsintech.net
IDA – www.ida.gov.sg
DiscoverMatch – www.discovermatch.com
Identifi – www.identifi.com
Entrepreneurs.My – www.entrepreneurs.my
Startup Club – www.thestartupclub.wordpress.com/
More information on the event, full writeups on the topics and bios of the speakers are available at www.helplearn.asia