THE PAVILIONS PHUKET BRITISH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, PHUKET Kata Rocks
Login | Create Account Poll Currency Weather Facebook Youtube Search

Expert speakers to debunk digital marketing at BCCT Phuket Business dinner seminar

PHUKET: An expert panel of speakers will be in Phuket early next month to demystify the world of digital marketing at a business dinner seminar organised by the British Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (BCCT).

tourismeconomicstechnology
By The Phuket News

Friday 25 November 2016, 08:57AM


The experts: Jon Cannon (left), David Barrett (centre), Ian Fenwick (top right) and David Cumming.

The experts: Jon Cannon (left), David Barrett (centre), Ian Fenwick (top right) and David Cumming.

The event, part of the BCCT’s renowned Phuket Business Dinner series and organised in collaboration with French, German and Netherlands-Thai Chambers of Commerce, will be held at the Amari Phuket, at the southern end of Patong, on Dec 1.

“Is your social media strategy delivering the dream you had thought? Or, the more you try and the more advice you get, are you becoming more digitally confused?” asks the BCCT.

To answer this critical question for business leaders in Phuket will be three experts in the field of digital marketing.

Dr Ian Fenwick, professor and guru of digital marketing, will speak on “Digital disappointment and the pitfalls of online marketing”.

David Barrett, CEO of Hype Global, will explain his position on “The excitement, energy and great potential of digital marketing”

Jon Cannon, Executive Assistant Manager at the Novotel Phuket Kamala Beach and a board member of the Phuket Hotels Association marketing committee, will speak on “Social media, brings an industry perspective on the opportunities and challenges an operator, the benefits to reap or indeed the issues they may face.”

David Cumming, VP and Area General Manager for Onyx Hospitality Group and a BCCT Board member, will serve as moderator for the event.

After the presentations, attendees will be invited to take part in the essential Question & Answer session.

Attendance at the event costs B890, including inter-buffet and soft drinks. Payment can be made directly at the door.

To register for the event, click here.

This event is sponsored by The Phuket News, MeetInThailand, and Tile-it.

 

 

Comment on this story

* Please login to comment. If you do not have an account please register below by simply entering a username, password and email address. You can still leave your comment below at the same time.

Comments Here:
Comments Left:
# Characters
Username:
Password:
E-mail:
Security:

Be the first to comment.

Have a news tip-off? Click here

 

Phuket community
Finnish boy, 5, attacked by stray dogs at Ao Nang, Krabi

Why only dogs? Why not kill every animal that attacks humans,like that elephant from another article...(Read More)


Two nabbed smuggling kratom into Phuket

Kratom, so what? What is the big deal about it? Set it free, than there is no money business in it ...(Read More)


Taxi driver charged after collision with motorbike leaves man, 74, dead

Problem is RTP bull riding thinking. Like large oil spill, than charge the taxi-driver victim. Yes?...(Read More)


Phuket health officials, police unite to enforce Makha Bucha alcohol ban

A 5 day ban? Oh,really.OMG ! That would be catastrophic. Freedom to drink.24/7 Whenever/wherever.And...(Read More)


Finnish boy, 5, attacked by stray dogs at Ao Nang, Krabi

It’s been said time and time again that the stray dogs that roam thailand are a dangerous menace a...(Read More)


Finnish boy, 5, attacked by stray dogs at Ao Nang, Krabi

Do thai officials understand that packs of stray dogs are very dangerous, sterilized/vaccinated or n...(Read More)


Italian tourist gored as trekking elephant goes wild

Well, most tourist don't know that a elephant back is not strong. And they not know that a male ...(Read More)


Phuket health officials, police unite to enforce Makha Bucha alcohol ban

Dek, not only tourists and expats. Thai families too. Don't you notice these days many thai peo...(Read More)


Interpol Red Notice sought for Greek suspect over Phuket beautician murder

Red bull boy is excused until 'his' killings expire. Different class, different justice in ...(Read More)


Taxi driver charged after collision with motorbike leaves man, 74, dead

This is ridiculous - from the article the taxi clearly has right of way and the bike should have sto...(Read More)