Facebook Marketing Conference: New Speakers, Exclusive Research & Early-Bird Ends Today

Stopwatch by Toby Bradbury

Today is the last chance to grab an early-bird ticket to this week's Facebook Marketing Conference on Thu 6th Oct. We know everyone works late, so the early-bird lasts until midnight.

Early-bird tickets start at just £199+VAT+booking fee with the chinwag discount code, saving £100 off the regular price. And for those interested in the Facebook Marketing Bootcamp workshop on Wednesday, there's just one ticket left.

The full programme is up on the website with a few last-minute additions helping us to take an in-depth look of the impact of the f8 announcements. It's going to be a busy day with 30 speakers from leading brands and agencies, discussing the strategies of getting ROI fro Facebook Marketing.

We'll hear how a whole range of brands use Facebook in the marketing strategies, including tales from:

                         Chelsea 75px Cravendale 75px Dell 75px 

                         dr who 75px expedia 75px fish fight 75px

                         nokia 75px Total 75px visit britain 75px

and here's just a few of the speakers added to the line-up:

  • John Lamphiere, ISA Sales Manaer EMEA at Facebook
  • Jas Dhaliwal, Head of Communications at AVG Technologies
  • James Mayes, Social Recruiting Advocate, Head of Client Solutions for BraveNewTalent
  • John Tawadros, President and CEO of BLiNQ Media
  • Ross Breadmore, Consultant at NixonMcInnes
  • Sean Singleton, Co-founder and Group Managing Partner at Skive
  • Benn Achilleas, Co-founder and Director at Neoco
  • Jonathan Beeston, Global Marketing Director at Efficient Frontier
  • Luca Benini, European Managing Director at Buddy Media
  • Kerry Bridge, Global MB Social Media Manager at Dell
  • Kwai Chi, Head of Social at Total Media
  • Adriana Conte, Social Media Programming Manager at Visit Britain
  • Adam Gee, Multiplatform Commissioning Editor (Factual) at Channel 4
  • Robin Grant, Managing Director at We Are Social
  • Joshua March, Co-founder and CEO at Conversocial
  • Tom Messett, Senior Manager: Social Presence Team at 1000heads
  • Mat Morrison, Head of Social Media at Starcom MediaVest Group
  • Roo Reynolds, Head of Emerging Platforms at W + K London
  • Monica Shaw, Marketing Strategist at Market Sentinel

Kathryn CorrickKathryn Corrick rounds-up the changes the multitude of changes from Facebook's recent f8 conference and summarises the implications for marketers, good and bad. 

Mark StephensMark Stephens - Famous for his defence of Julian Assange during Wikileaks and interest in privacy. Mark also represents families involved in the phone-hacking scandal and joins us for a slot talking about the implications of privacy and social networks and most importantly, staying on the right side of the law.

Stephen HaggardStephen Haggard - Exclusively talks about the results of a psychology research project by Cambridge University, analysing 6 million Facebook users to understand how Facebook can be used to target not just demographically, but psychodemographically e.g. "define segments that skew for high IQ, low extroversion, high for openness".

Don't miss out - the early-bird rate finishes at midnight, grab your ticket today. And for groups rates, please contact Francesca on 020 7183 2922 or email francescaatchinwag [dot] com.

Photo (cc) Toby Bradbury.