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  1. 1. Thought Leadership Strategies Discover what it really takes to get ahead in the market Content Creation and Marketing Tailor content to specific channels and enhance your brand image Effective Metrics for Generating ROI Use smart data to better understand your customer profile Multichannel Client Engagement & E-Commerce For superior customer experience Leveraging Social Media For demand generation and to build a brand Europe’s Premier Conference for B2B Marketing and E-Commerce Excellence Tuesday 16 - Thursday 18 September 2014 Grand Connaught Rooms, London Sponsor: Simon Hall, EMEA Marketing Director, Dell, UK Heidi Taylor, Head, Marketing, Government & Public Sector, PWC, UK Alessandra Pavolini, CMO, Global Growth & Operations, GE, UK Simon Farr, CTO, Head of Innovation & Thought Leadership, BT, UK Christine Bailey, Director, Marketing Strategy, Cisco, UK Richard Robinson, Director, Google, UK Catherine Walker, Marketing Director, Vodafone, UK Benchmark Against Leading B2B Marketing Experts Blake Cahill, Global Head, Digital & Social Marketing, Philips, Netherlands B ook before 11th July and save £300 Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465
  2. 2. Global Enterprises Richard Robinson, Director, Google, UK Alessandra Pavolini, CMO, Global Growth & Operations, GE, UK Blake Cahill, Global Head, Digital & Social Marketing, Philips, Netherlands Simon Farr, CTO, Head of Innovation & Thought Leadership, BT, UK Heidi Taylor, Head, Marketing, Government & Public Sector, PWC, UK Isabelle Delorme, Group Head, Market Management, Euler Hermes (a company of Allianz), France Gonzalo Garcia Villanueva, Head, Financial Products Marketing, Bloomberg, UK Christine Bailey, Director, Marketing Strategy, Operations, Program Office & Partner Marketing, EMEA & Russia , Cisco, UK Simon Hall, EMEA Marketing Director, Head of Country Marketing UK, Dell, UK Catherine Walker, Marketing Director, Vodafone, UK Lucia Camarena, Head, Business Marketing, Large Enterprise, Telefonica, Germany Pam Didner, Head, Global Integrated Marketing, Intel, USA Azfarul Islam, Enterprise Collaboration and Social Business Strategist, Deutsche Bank, UK Clare Izhaky, Global Head, Social Business, Microsoft, UK Sally Harrison, Global Head of Social Media, Unify, UK Bob Egner, VP Product Management, EPiServer, USA Mark Thornton, Ecommerce Director, Maginus, UK Josy Roberts-Pay, Marketing Director, Assurance, EMEIA, Ernst & Young, UK Markus Dobbelfeld, Chief Marketing Officer, Datwyler Technical Components, Switzerland Jade Tambini, European Marketing Manager, Recycling Division, DS Smith, UK Tobias Lassen Falkencrone, Head, Marketing & Branding, Group Communications, Maersk, Denmark Maria Burpee, Former Head, EMEA Healthcare Marketing, Dell Europe, Spain Lutz Klaus, Senior Director, Enterprise, Commercial and Partner Marketing – EMEA, Juniper Networks, Germany Jacqueline Howe, Head, EMEA Marketing and Communications, Liquidnet, UK Vishal Chhatralia, Head, Digital Product Management, RS Components, UK Ann Thueland, Director, EMEA Marketing, Actifio, Germany Arthur Simonetti, Director, Marketing, DSM, Netherlands Andrew Nicholson, Head, Online, Sodexo Prestige, UK Bruno Hourdel, Vice President, Worldwide Field Marketing, Misys, UK Jason Hughes, Head, Branded Content & Product Placement, BSkyB, UK Jos van Berkel, Head of the Integration Centre of Excellence, Project Area Manager, Ericsson, Sweden Kevin Yapp, CMO, Premier Farnell, UK Katie Gordon-Smith, Head, Marketing & Business Development, Land Registry, UK Robin Raven, Vice President, Product, Digital Solutions, The Economist, UK Small-Medium Sized Enterprises Valentina Ikstadt, Head, International Marketing, Xella Baustoffe, Germany James Bain, Director, Mobility and eTransactional Services UK&I, Worldline by Atos, UK Howard Blumenthal, Director, eBusiness Platform Solutions, Advance Auto Parts, USA Walter Scott, VP, eCommerce and eServices, Advance Auto Parts, USA Stephen Christian, VP, Marketing, Verimatrix, USA Chris Boorman, Chief Marketing & Customer Success Officer, Huddle, USA Matthew Stammers, Director, Marketing, Europe, Taulia, UK Jasper Martens, Head, Marketing and Communications, Simply Business, UK Nick Eades, Group Marketing Director, Autologic Diagnostics, UK Industry EXPERT Vincent Rousselet, Senior Associate, ITSMA Europe, UK Learn from 44 B2B Marketing Experts: Speakers Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465
  3. 3. An Agenda Designed forthe Industry bythe Industry Meetthe Advisory Board Members AdvisoryBoard Richard Robinson, Director, Google, UK Pam Didner, Head, Global Integrated Marketing, Intel, USA Maria Burpee, Former Head, EMEA Healthcare Marketing, Dell Europe, Spain Vincent Rousselet, Senior Associate, ITSMA Europe, UK Lucia Camarena, Head, Business Marketing, Large Enterprise, Telefonica, Germany Jade Tambini, European Marketing Manager, Recycling Division, DS Smith, UK Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 Dear Colleagues, The UK is seen by most as the leading European market driving forward winning B2B marketing strategies and is benchmarked by many emerging and established economies. Make sure you are at the centre of what’s happening and do not miss the industry event of the year. As B2B begins to emulate B2C practices, successfully integrating new technologies, leveraging multichannel strategies, prov iding more that just products will be the key to business growth and success in the not so distant future. Why Attend B2B Multichannel? 1. Mix of global enterprises and SMBs represented to ensure case studies that you can directly relate to and those that you can aspire to 2. 150+ senior-level attendees to discuss cutting-edge B2B marketing strategies to help benchmark and find solutions 3. 30+ hours of case studies and discussions giving you all you need to develop your strategic marketing offering 4. 10+ hours structured and unstructured networking spread across interactive sessions, breakfast clubs, interactive cafe roundtables, private meetings and cocktail receptions 5. 9 interactive all star panels addressing the most pressing industry topics from CRM and marketing automation integration to effective ‘Thought leadership’ strategies 6. 7+ industry sectors represented including telecom, IT software, financial services, commercial services, manufacturing, healthcare and automotive to provide a breadth of information and experience 7. 4 masterclasses giving you in-depth training on specific aspects of organisational alignment and third party management 8. 3 key markets represented from the UK, Germany, France, plus innovator markets such as Sweden and the US 9. 3 streams devoted to all aspects of B2B business intelligence: from B2B Marketing, to B2B ECommerce to organisation management and strategy 10. 1 focus day devoted purely to social media leveraging for an improved digital marketing strategy London is also one of the world’s truly great cities, so make sure you put aside some time outside of the conference schedule to explore or reacquaint yourself with this magical place! Yours sincerely, B2B Multichannel 2014 Advisory Board
  4. 4. ❱❱ Discover winning strategies for lead generation and nurturing tactics to effectively convert leads and build your business ❱❱ Develop truly relevant content to best engage customers and build your brand through both regional and global messaging ❱❱ Evaluate and leverage cutting-edge marketing technologies to better automate and analyse the success of your campaigns and tailor to your customers ❱❱ Reorganise internal structures and systems across departments to better engage and streamline marketing, sales and IT activities ❱❱ Leverage the benefits of multichannel marketing to grow a business and engage with a greater customer pool ❱❱ Optimise eCommerce platforms and ensure that the client buying experience is user friendly and in line with the company branding ❱❱ Invite-only, workshop stream for C-level industry professionals: Discuss some of the most pressing issues challenging your organisation ❱❱ Interactive speed networking: Meet the most number of people in the shortest amount of time and walk away with valuable business contacts ❱❱ Round table cafes: Profiled delegates ensure you meet with like minded post trade peers to solve the same challenges together ❱❱ Create a personal connection in a social context over multiple breakfast, coffee and lunch breaks as well as informal drinks ❱❱ 10 hours of structured networking breaks ensuring you meet all the key players who are impacting and changing the way you do business CUTTING-EDGE CONTENT TO ADDRESS YOUR TOP CHALLENGES UN-MATCHED NETWORKING TO ENSURE YOU MEET THE RIGHT PEOPLE Why Attending B2B Multichannel 2014 Delivers aValuable ROI KeyBenefits Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465
  5. 5. Innovation fromTrue Industry Pioneers Highlights The do’s and don’ts of data capture and data use Simon Hall, EMEA Marketing Director, Head of Country Marketing UK, Dell, UK Benefit from Simon’s experience and insight on key market communication and channel plan strategies demonstrated through establishing key brand campaigns, sponsorship deals and c-suite loyalty programs for Dell. He offers extensive insight into B2B marketing and management strategies and best practice for establishing essential consumer insight, analysis and lead generation to drive up business revenues. Do not miss his presentation on good data capture and data use on Wednesday 17th September at 14.40. Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 BUILDING A B2B COMMERCE STRATEGY WITH MOBILE Simon Farr, CTO, Head, Innovation & Thought Leadership, BT, UK Discover more on BT’s innovation of mobile capabilities and collaborations in cloud, all being driven my their current High performance secure infrastructure. As an integral player in Global Innovation within BT’s Portfolio and Service Design team, Simon drives technology innovation with the top global service customers. Developing thought leadership strategies and establishing long term roadmap based approaches with key accounts has been essential to help strengthen BT’s relationships at the CIO level. Simon’s experience in thought leadership and successful market positioning, gives him the experience to share insight into key technological developments driving this market. Discover more about BT’s mobile strategies on Thursday 18th September at 11.20. COMMERCIAL ACTIVITATION IN EMERGING ECONOMIES Alessandra Pavolini, CMO, Global Growth & Operations, GE, UK With over 19 years of experience at GE, Alessandra describes how to drive market growth by 300% and save millions per year. Discover how the first Chief Marketing Officer of Ecomagination and the first CMO of Global Growth & Operations team at GE has engaged regional teams through a decentralised model to improve market growth and thus revenues. Witness first hand GE UK’s keynote address on current and future marketing and business development efforts on Thursday 18th September at 09.40. THE STRATEGIC CONTINUUM OF SALES, MARKETING AND IT Lucia Camarena, Head, Business Marketing, Large Enterprise, Telefonica, Germany Lucia has been at the centre of Telefonica Germany’s lead nurturing and, content management for lead generation programmes, and the go-to-market launch of their Cloud products. Find out how to increase lead gen by 180% through dedicated lead gen/ lead nurture programmes, and increase your business value by €10m over two years by extension of value proposition. Lucia offers insight on what worked for different business segments and how to best tailor solutions for your client through the correct communication channels. Do not miss her first contribution on Wednesday 17th September at 11.40. The B2B Commerce trajectory: Where is digital taking us? Richard Robinson, Director, Google, UK Leverage direct practical insight from the multinational corporation Google on how to bring your organisation into the digital age, through more collaborative relationship with employees, partners and customers. With over 20 years of experience in driving business transformation through digital, and with current positions at Google and as Chair of the B2B Council at the IDM (Institute of Director Marketing), Richard has advised many companies on how to build effective go-to-market digital strategies. Discover how digital can benefit your business, as well as how best to execute this change. Be sure to join the presentation on Wednesday 17th September at 09.00.
  6. 6. Speakersinclude: Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 Focusday Tuesday16thSeptember2014 84% of B2B marketers use social media in some form, yet over 50% of marketers describe accurately measuring ROI as their biggest source of frustration and detrimental to business growth. Never has is been so important to fully understand, utilise and analyse social media and ensure that you are correctly leveraging it for lead generation, brand awareness and to better engage with your customers. B2B Multichannel’s Social Media focus day brings you a highly focused and interactive platform to engage with senior-level professionals from a variety of industry sectors and company sizes. The combination of case studies, roundtable discussions and industry debates ensure you get the balance of technical and practical know-how. Targeted specifically for B2B marketers ands ECommerce executives, who are either currently integrating or looking to integrate social media into their B2B marketing and ecommerce strategies. Some of the topics to be discussed are: - Leveraging social media for optimal lead generation - Building social ecosystems: Building the brand and influencing your customers - Using Twitter as an essential business demand generator and converter - Developing video in your social media strategy - When and when not to invest in social media: What are the key evaluation factors? - What comes after social media as a channel for branding and content? Make sure you gain the know-how to help strengthen your business interactions and grow your business. Reserve your space now Isabelle Delorme, Group Head, Market Management, Euler Hermes (a company of Allianz), France Jason Hughes, Head, Branded Content & Product Placement, BSkyB, UK Jasper Martens, Head, Marketing and Communications, Simply Business, UK Maria Burpee, Former Head, EMEA Healthcare Marketing, Dell Europe, Spain Sally Harrison, Global Head of Social Media, Unify, UK Tobias Lassen Falkencrone, Head, Marketing & Branding, Group Communications, Maersk, Denmark Kevin Yapp, Chief Marketing Officer, Premier Farnell, UK Azfarul Islam, Enterprise Collaboration and Social Business Strategist, Deutsche Bank, UK Clare Izhaky, Global Head, Social Business, Microsoft, UK Leveraging Social Media for Improved Brand Positioning and Awareness Drilling Down intoYour Biggest Challenges FocusDay
  7. 7. Innovative Formats that Deliver a Captivating,Interactive Experience Engage These informal subject-specific roundtables give you a unique opportunity to drill down into the details of an issue that is really important to you by probing the knowledge and expertise of industry market leaders. Each roundtable is limited to 10 people for maximum interaction and is designed for you to meet like-minded peers and source practical solutions collaboratively. An exceptional way to genuinely get to grips with your key challenges. Fully engage with the most contentious and divisive issues currently facing your industry. Sit back and witness industry-leading figures pitting themselves against each other in a battle to deliver the knockout argument. Then, continue the debate in your own small roundtable groups until you reach a majority viewpoint. Will you reconsider your position? And will you walk away with a fresh mind-set and better prepared to take on this key conundrum? An invaluable opportunity for you to turn theory into practice by applying your knowledge in an experienced classroom environment. Each workshop is facilitated by a leading practitioner and is open to 25 active participants who form part of a high level brainstorm where competing ideas are put forward and the best solutions agreed upon. Contribute to a new forward-looking project and create a step-by-step action plan on how to make it work. A more rigorous, creative and interactive approach to tackling the critical challenges you all face today. An invite only session where leading industry CMOs, CTOs and CIOs come to discuss their transitioning roles and responsibilities and how organisations will be structured in the future. Collab- orate with 15 of your peers to determine a new action plan to take back to the office and test. Share your recent experiences, challenge each other on points of disagreement and ultimately find a way forward that leverages the innovation, know-how and insights from the collective brain power in the boardroom. In this innovative and interactive format, spend 20 minutes listening to a best-practice case study before the speaker challenges you as an audience to find a solution to one of his key un- solved challenges. You’ll then engage in a small interactive roundtable discussion before each group presents its conclu- sions to the audience. Take away differ- ent approaches to the same challenge from your fellow industry peers! Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465
  8. 8. 08.00 Registration and Coffee 08.50 Opening Remarks from Chairperson Maria Burpee, Former Head, EMEA Healthcare Marketing, Dell Europe, Spain Leveraging Social Media for Brand Positioning and Awareness 09.00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATON: Finding new opportunities while leveraging social media for optimal lead generation Isabelle Delorme, Group Head, Market Management (CMO), Euler Hermes (a company of Allianz), France 09.30 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Social ecosystems: How to use social media to build the brand and influence prospective clients in socially educated and uneducated markets Sally Harrison, Global Head, Social Media, Unify, UK Tobias Lassen Falkencrone, Head, Marketing & Branding, Group Communications, Maersk, Denmark 10.30 Morning Break 11.10 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Generating a unique and truly integrative social media campaign to build awareness and generate demand Clare Izhaky, Global Head, Social Business, Microsoft, UK 11.50 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: The social media impact of Raspberry Pi on the element14 community site -  driving engagement and sales through social media Kevin Yapp, Chief Marketing Officer, Premier Farnell, UK 12.30 Lunch 13.50 ALL STAR PANEL: To invest or not to invest: Making the best of what you have vs assessing and investing in new technology Azfarul Islam, Enterprise Collaboration and Social Business Strategist, Deutsche Bank, UK Tobias Lassen Falkencrone, Head, Marketing & Branding, Group Communications, Maersk, Denmark 14.30 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Strategies for keeping pace with the ever growing social media universe to provide real-time relevant information to your customers Jasper Martens, Head, Marketing and Communications, Simply Business, UK 15.10 ROUND TABLE CAFES: What will come after social media as a channel for branding and content? Table 1: WHITEPAPERS Isabelle Delorme, Group Head, Market Management, Euler Hermes (a company of Allianz), France Table 2: TV CAMPAIGNS Jason Hughes, Head, Branded Content & Product Placement, BSkyB, UK Table 3: BRANDED CONTENT TOOLS Jasper Martens, Head, Marketing and Communications, Simply Business, UK 17.00 Closing Summary and Chairperson Remarks 17.10 Cocktail Reception Social Media Day:Leveraging Social Media for Improved Brand Positioning and Awareness -Tuesday 16th September 2014 At-A-Glance Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 Further networking opportunities in our informal cocktail reception Round table cafes allowing more interactive and in depth discussions
  9. 9. PLENARY WORKSHOP: Strategic Approaches to B2B Marketing Best in Class Lead Generation and Nurturing Tactics 11.00 New technologies to track and nurture leads through the whole sales cycle Matthew Stammers, Director, Marketing, Europe, Taulia, UK Planning and Process Management 11.00 SYNERGY WORKSHOP: Effectively managing third parties when developing a global marketing campaign to better understand your customer base and increase lead generation 11.20 The journey to Revenue Marketing Christine Bailey, Director, Marketing Strategy, Operations, Program Office & Partner Marketing, EMEA & Russia, Cisco, UK 11.40 OXFORD STYLE DEBATE: WHO DARES WINS Online marketing vs Offline marketing: What generates the most leads and best conversion rates? Online marketing argument: Lucia Camarena, Head, Business Marketing, Large Enterprise, Telefonica, Germany Offline marketing argument: Vincent Rousselet, Senior Associate, ITSMA Europe, UK 11.40 SYNERGY WORKSHOP: Aligning cultures and processes: Making the successful transition from a sales driven organisation to intelligent marketing Pam Didner, Head, Global Integrated Marketing, Intel, USA Simon Hall, EMEA Marketing Director, Head of Country Marketing UK, Dell, UK Bruno Hourdel, Vice President, Worldwide Field Marketing, Misys, UK 08.00 Registration and Breakfast 08.40 Conference Ice Breaker 08.45 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks OPENING PLENARY KEYNOTES: The Future of Digital Marketing and E-Commerce 09.00 The B2B Commerce trajectory: Where is digital taking us? Richard Robinson, Director, Google, UK 09.20 Learning from the B2C market: Successfully moving customers through the sales cycle from qualified leads to sales Walter Scott, VP, eCommerce and eServices, Advance Auto Parts, USA 09.40 Heart to Heart: 5 Lessons from the Frontline Heidi Taylor, Head, Marketing, Government & Public Sector, PricewaterhouseCoopers, UK 10.00 FIRE SIDE INTERVIEW: Does the B2B marketing landscape reflect the B2C business model? Robin Raven, Vice President, Product, Digital Solutions, The Economist, UK Catherine Walker, Marketing Director, Vodafone, UK 10.20 Morning Break At-A-GlanceTRACKA TRACKB CHOOSE YOUR TRACK 12.40 Lunch Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 Main Conference Day 1 - Morning Session Wednesday 17th September 2014 ‘’Meet and engage with high-profile marketing professionals working on exciting projects and dealing with the relevant topics in B2B Marketing, including value creation in CRM, content management and communication channels’’ Lucia Camarena, Head, Business Marketing, Large Enterprise, Telefonica, Germany
  10. 10. New Approaches to Content and Analytics Rethinking Delivery & Execution Strategic Approaches to B2B Marketing Content Creation and Business Management 14.00 Value creation: Generating relevant and actionable content for your customer to increase revenues Pam Didner, Head, Global Integrated Marketing, Intel, USA Marketing Tech Innovation and Integration 14.00 Integrating Marketing Automation (MA) into your demand campaign for improved execution and speed Planning and Process Management 14.00 CMO Boardroom: Bridging the gap between your CMO and CIO (invite only) Contributors: Chris Boorman, Chief Marketing & Customer Success Officer, Huddle, USA Markus Dobbelfeld, Chief Marketing Officer, Datwyler Technical Components, Switzerland Simon Farr, CTO, Head of Innovation & Thought Leadership, BT, UK 14.25 Aligning information and messaging across all channels to ensure maximum customer capture Arthur Simonetti, Director, Marketing, DSM, Netherlands 14.25 Gaining optimal benefit from your CRM system to maximise customer relationships now and in the future Valentina Ikstadt, Head, International Marketing, Xella Baustoffe, Germany 14.50 Maximising consumer capture through streamlined channel utilisation and management Stephen Christian, VP, Marketing, Verimatrix, USA 14.50 The do’s and don’ts of data capture and data use for improved customer analysis Simon Hall, EMEA Marketing Director, Head of Country Marketing UK, Dell, UK 15.15 How to manage and maintain a global message: Overcoming practical and cultural challenges Jade Tambini, European Marketing Manager, Recycling Division, DS Smith, UK 15.15 Data overload: Effective data analysis and management to better utilise the unlimited customer information pool Richard Robinson, Director, Google, UK At-A-GlanceTRACKA TRACKB TRACKC CHOOSE YOUR TRACK 15.35 Afternoon Break Closing Plenary 16.05 ALL STAR PANEL: Effectively streamlining your CRM system, marketing automation and additional marketing software to improve your global digital presence Blake Cahill, Global Head, Digital & Social Marketing, Philips, Netherlands Andrew Nicholson, Head, Online, Sodexo Prestige, UK 16.45 ALL STAR PANEL: Content marketing as the gateway to client loyalty: Practical approaches to inspire and gain trust Jade Tambini, European Marketing Manager, Recycling Division, DS Smith, UK Jason Hughes, Head, Branded Content & Product Placement, BSkyB, UK Gonzalo Garcia Villanueva, Head, Financial Products Marketing, Bloomberg, UK 17.25 End of Conference Day 1 Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 Main Conference Day 1 - Afternoon Session Wednesday 17th September 2014 Discover winning marketing strategies in an interactive conference format
  11. 11. New Approaches to Content and Analytics Rethinking Delivery and Execution Strategic Approaches to B2B Marketing Improved Engagement to Improve Sales and Drive Business 10.30 Neural communication - Increasing market(ing) success via emotional selling Lutz Klaus, Senior Director, Enterprise, Commercial and Partner Marketing – EMEA, Juniper Networks, Germany Multichannel Client Engagement & E-Commerce 10.30 Building and integrating a B2B retail website to cater for business customers expectations into current back end systems Vishal Chhatralia, Head, Digital Product Management, RS Components, UK Planning and Process Management 10.30 Synergy workshop: How to implement Account-based marketing (ABM)? The personalised business approach to customer relationship development Katie Gordon-Smith, Head, Marketing & Business Development, Land Registry, UK Josy Roberts-Pay, Marketing Director, Assurance, EMEIA, Ernst & Young, UK 10.55 Behavioural economics and cognitive heuristics: Applying mind games to online channels and user behaviour Andrew Nicholson, Head, Online, Sodexo Prestige, UK 10.55 How to establish a B2B e-commerce platform to drive sales and reduce operational costs: Lessons learnt Jos van Berkel, Head of the Integration Centre of Excellence, Project Area Manager, Ericsson, Sweden 11.20 ROUND TABLE CAFES: Voice of the Customer (VOC): Personalising your client interaction by tailoring content and the channels of engagement Jacqueline Howe, Head, EMEA Marketing and Communications, Liquidnet, UK Nick Eades, Group Marketing Director, Autologic Diagnostics, UK Katie Gordon-Smith, Head, Marketing & Business Development, Land Registry, UK Markus Dobbelfeld, Chief Marketing Officer, Datwyler Technical Components, Switzerland 11.20 ROUND TABLE CAFES: Driving B2B engagement through effective E-commerce platforms - learning from past mistakes Bob Egner, VP Product Management, EPiServer, USA Mark Thornton, Ecommerce Director, Maginus, UK 12.20 Lunch 13.20 From a concept to 1 million customers in less than 4 years – building a brand to challenge the industry leader James Bain, Director, Mobility and eTransactional Services UK&I, Worldline by Atos, UK 13.20 The challenges of globally re- platforming of the Premier Farnell websites – changing the tyres on a moving vehicle Kevin Yapp, Chief Marketing Officer, Premier Farnell, UK 13.20 Synergy workshop: Becoming a truly client centric business and offering a superior service Catherine Walker, Marketing Director, Vodafone, UK 08.30 Morning Coffee 08.50 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks OPENING PLENARY KEYNOTES: Improved Engagement to Improve Sales and Drive Business 09.00 ALL STAR PANEL: ‘The strategic continuum’: Sales, Marketing and IT to drive the business forward Lucia Camarena, Head, Business Marketing, Large Enterprise, Telefonica, Germany Jacqueline Howe, Head, EMEA Marketing and Communications, Liquidnet, UK Ann Thueland, Director, EMEA Marketing, Actifio, Germany Catherine Walker, Marketing Director, Vodafone, UK 09.40 KEYNOTE: How to transform a centrally driven marketing strategy into commercial activation in emerging markets Alessandra Pavolini, CMO, Global Growth & Operations, GE, UK 10.00 Morning Break Main Conference Day 2 -Thursday 18th September 2014 At-A-GlanceTRACKA TRACKB TRACKC CHOOSE YOUR TRACK Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465
  12. 12. New Approaches to Content and Analytics Rethinking Delivery and Execution Strategic Approaches to B2B Marketing 13.45 Implementing effective analytics to evaluate return of marketing investment (ROMI) on a global scale Bruno Hourdel, Vice President, Worldwide Field Marketing, Misys, UK 13.45 Achieving effective sales globally by providing a seamless multichannel user experience Ann Thueland, Director, EMEA Marketing, Actifio, Germany Synergy workshop: Becoming a truly client centric business and offering a superior service Catherine Walker, Marketing Director, Vodafone, UK 14.10 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Smart data vs big data: Determining key data points and differentiators to predict new trends Howard Blumenthal, Director, eBusiness Platform Solutions, Advance Auto Parts, USA 14.10 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Transforming your B2B Commerce strategy with mobile to infl uence and build loyalty Simon Farr, CTO, Head, Innovation & Thought Leadership, BT, UK Main Conference Day 2 -Thursday 18th September 2014 At-A-GlanceTRACKA TRACKB TRACKC CHOOSE YOUR TRACK 15.20 Afternoon Break 15.50 ALL STAR PANEL: How to best harness the power of Big Data to deliver marketing in real-time within an organisation Chris Boorman, Chief Marketing & Customer Success Officer, Huddle, USA Christine Bailey, Director, Marketing Strategy, Operations, Program Office & Partner Marketing, EMEA & Russia, Cisco, UK 16.30 ALL STAR PANEL: Excelling in ‘Thought leadership’: What does it really take and what actually influences a B2B decision maker to achieve that revenue? Arthur Simonetti, Director, Marketing, DSM, Netherlands Stephen Christian, VP, Marketing, Verimatrix, USA Maria Burpee, Former Head, EMEA Healthcare Marketing, Dell Europe, Spain Vincent Rousselet, Senior Associate, ITSMA Europe, UK 17.10 Event Summary and Closing Remarks 17.20 End of Conference Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 “B2B Multichannel Europe provides the opportunity to learn from others, share experiences; meet new people; and identify 2-3 things to take-away and apply differently in my role’’ Simon Hall, EMEA Marketing Director, Head of Country Marketing UK, Dell, UK
  13. 13. Leveraging Social Media for Brand Positioning and Awareness Tuesday 16th September 2014 SocialMediaFocusDay 08.00 Registration and Coffee 08.50 Opening Remarks from Chairperson Maria Burpee, Former Head, EMEA Healthcare Marketing, Dell Europe, Spain Leveraging Social Media for Brand Positioning and Awareness 09.00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATON: Finding new opportunities while leveraging social media for optimal lead generation Isabelle Delorme, Group Head, Market Management (CMO), Euler Hermes (a company of Allianz), France Learn how to increase direct sales through streamlining marketing and sales departments from a detailed case study from Euler Hermes, who demonstrated worldwide sales increases by 18% in 2013. Benefits from Isabelle’s involvement in worldwide lead generation, effective content marketing strategies and building working partnerships and loyalty with leading business partners. »» Where to start: Evaluating your market and developing a unique proposition to then build on with lead generation »» Integrating social media into your lead generation plan through content transparency, trust, relevance and engagement of content »» Discovering the essential data points to demonstrate value and benefits in your social media plan 09.30 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Social ecosystems: How to use social media to build the brand and influence prospective clients in socially educated and uneducated markets Sally Harrison, Global Head, Social Media, Unify, UK Tobias Lassen Falkencrone, Head, Marketing & Branding, Group Communications, Maersk, Denmark Better understand how to achieve a social media presence to help grow a client base and influence customers. Leverage off Sally’s extensive experience in growing a global brand through influence identification, microsites and blogs and Tobias’ experience in building social platforms in emerging markets. »» Successfully integrating a social media strategy into a current communication strategy to develop a social voice »» Evaluating how the product is becoming the brand and the power of influence brand has with customer purchase »» Leading your brand with interactive marketing over traditional marketing and evaluating how the channels can work together rather than individually »» Maintaining brand consistency and evangelising digital in sectors that are less digitally aware 10.30 Morning Break 11.10 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Generating a unique and truly integrative social media campaign to build awareness and generate demand Clare Izhaky, Global Head, Social Business, Microsoft, UK »» Educating the market on your brand successfully and providing the essential information »» Utilising both content and images to drive engagement through the various channels »» Building an advocacy programme to help with lead conversion and improving sales »» Evaluating key challenges in  the various online social platforms and identifying areas for improvement 11.50 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: The social media impact of Raspberry Pi on the element14 community site -  driving engagement and sales through social media Kevin Yapp, Chief Marketing Officer, Premier Farnell, UK Discover how to move a company into social by witnessing how Kevin Yapp led the global rebrand of the Premier Farnell business. As current CMO for the global business, benchmark against winning strategic and innovative social media approaches that can truly build a global online following. »» The influence of the Raspberry Pi and element14.com intersection for monetising social media »» Examples of how social media can increase conversion rates »» The delicate art of monetising a community 12.30 Lunch 13.50 ALL STAR PANEL: To invest or not to invest: Making the best of what you have vs assessing and investing in new technology Azfarul Islam, Enterprise Collaboration and Social Business Strategist, Deutsche Bank, UK Tobias Lassen Falkencrone, Head, Marketing & Branding, Group Communications, Maersk, Denmark Make an informed decision on when and when not to invest in social media through insight from industry experts, including know how from one of the leading global banks, on how to use social media platforms internally to help with enterprise collaboration on platforms and drive company revenue up. »» Effectively managing your time: Generating worthwhile content in a time efficient manner through social media »» Maximising marketing budget by integrating social media into all departments of an organisation »» Evaluating costs involved to develop a social media plan and assessing the performance and success of low-cost social media, in particular Facebook via groups and connections 14.30 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Strategies for keeping pace with the ever growing social media universe to provide real-time relevant information to your customers Jasper Martens, Head, Marketing and Communications, Simply Business, UK Discover how the business insurance broker Simply Business has continued the growth in customer acquisition through an innovative nationwide advertising campaign and rebranding of their website. With company aims for dominating the commercial insurance marketing by 2018, and insuring 750,000 small businesses, come away with realistic approaches to lead in customer advocacy through search engine marketing and social media engagement. »» Evaluating current content tools that allow current activity of social media platforms »» Put in place strategies to further allow your customers to share your content: The power of blogs and content sharing »» How to best evaluate customer behaviour beyond social media platforms you are registered with »» Developing in house strategies to allow organisations to experiment and evaluate success of new social media platforms 15.10 ROUND TABLE CAFES: What will come after social media as a channel for branding and content? Table 1: WHITEPAPERS Isabelle Delorme, Group Head, Market Management, Euler Hermes (a company of Allianz), France Table 2: TV CAMPAIGNS Jason Hughes, Head, Branded Content & Product Placement, BSkyB, UK Table 3: BRANDED CONTENT TOOLS Jasper Martens, Head, Marketing and Communications, Simply Business, UK Prepare for new content marketing trends after the social media buzz, and leverage information from three round tables addressing the new areas. Learn about the: »» Benefits in adding more value, brand awareness and discussion through social media »» Benefits in targeting customer in a different, less crowded way »» The true value of face-to-face communication compared to digitalisation »» Future expectations and predictions regarding allocated marketing time on budget on digital efforts and offline activities 17.00 Closing Summary and Chairperson Remarks 17.10 Cocktail Reception Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 CASESTUDYREVOLUTIONCASESTUDYREVOLUTION ALLSTARPANELCASESTUDYREVOLUTIONROUNDTABLECAFES CASESTUDYREVOLUTION
  14. 14. Day1 08.00 Registration and Coffee & Continental Breakfast 08.40 Conference Ice Breaker 08.45 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks KEYNOTES The Future of Digital Marketing & E-Commerce 09.00 The B2B Commerce trajectory: Where is digital taking us? Richard Robinson, Director, Google, UK Discover directly from the multinational corporation Google how the digital age is changing and influencing your business. Richard has helped drive the digital business transformation internally and externally for effective go-to-market strategies in a variety of business and technology sectors. Come away with essential market insights on how digital can benefit your organisation, as well as how best to executive this change through more collaborative relationship with employees, partners and customers. »» Discover how digital is influencing buying behaviours »» Effectively apply digital to capture purchasers, enhance the user experience, reach customers in new channels and drive marketing ROI »» Manage the growing demands and expectations of your customers through quick adoption of touch point transparency »» Establishing the balance between priority and execution when digitalising an organisation to achieve effective transition 09.20 Learning from the B2C market: Successfully moving customers through the sales cycle from qualified leads to sales Walter Scott, VP, eCommerce and eServices, Advance Auto Parts, USA »» Propelling the return of investment (ROI) model of B2B customer acquisition to new heights from B2C experience »» Developing lead qualification systems that allow for measurable results of innovative B2B marketing tactics »» Furthering this data to then predict and anticipate you customer’s next request and action »» ‘The sales shift’: Successfully managing multiple buyers with different requirements, influence, and handle different buyers timelines for e streamlined sale 09.40 Heart to Heart: 5 Lessons from the Frontline Heidi Taylor, Head, Marketing, Government & Public Sector, PricewaterhouseCoopers, UK Discover how to take educated risks and convince senior management to try different marketing approaches with insight from leading the high profile PwC NHS@75 campaign. Learn how healthcare stakeholders and the general public were engaged in issues that really matter to them and how through innovative content generation, a different conversation was developed with the market, that wasn’t possible in more traditional marketing approaches. »» The B2B customer journey: What’s changed and how is marketing responding? »» Social media as the game-changer »» Short case study of the award-winning PwC NHS@75 campaign »» Critical success factors for the campaign »» 5 lessons for a better social engagement experience 09.40 FIRE SIDE INTERVIEW: Does the B2B marketing landscape reflect the B2C business model? Robin Raven, Vice President, Product, Digital Solutions, The Economist, UK Catherine Walker, Marketing Director, Vodafone, UK Witness Robin interview Catherine on the influences on current B2B marketing strategies. Robin has grown value and built advocacy amongst both B2B and B2C customers, with experience in digitalising the Economist through launching the app for The Economist, as well as developing a fully responsive website. Catherine offers insight on B2B marketing practices to achieve a humanised, client-centric result. Benefit from useful tips on how to bring your B2B organisation and marketing practices into the 21st century: »» Economic and practical drivers behind the need for new marketing technologies and the short falls of the current market »» Enabling and empowering your business to stay on top with innovative approaches of novel technology awareness »» Is content the key to success? Getting ahead of the competition by generating value through stimulating and innovative content 10.20 Morning Break CHOOSE 4 Plenary or 4 Workshops 4 Plenary Best in Class Lead Generation and Nurturing Tactics 11.00 New technologies to track and nurture leads through the whole sales cycle Matthew Stammers, Director, Marketing, Europe, Taulia, UK With current responsibilities for launching a company into Europe, Matthew has first hand experience on what is really required to streamline a brand into a new market. With solid experience of executing programmatic marketing campaigns across the full marketing mix, he has helped key suppliers add millions to their bottom line through unique evaluation and implementation of key vendor management tools and supplier portals. »» Lead scoring: and effective tracking software from initial client engagement through to sales »» Attracting new clients through personalised websites to improve customer retention »» Blog efficiency: What makes a good blog that generates trust and quality and convertible leads »» Retaining and growing client base through effective technology that maintains consistent, yet not overpowering client contact 11.20 The journey to Revenue Marketing Christine Bailey, Director, Marketing Strategy, Operations, Program Office & Partner Marketing, EMEA & Russia, Cisco, UK Christine Bailey is Marketing Director of EMEA and Russia, and has driven the journey of revenue- generation and therefore alignment of sales and marketing at Cisco. With expertise in executive engagement, thought leadership and integrated marketing campaigns, Christine provides B2B marketing expertise in a technology industry and assisted in transforming marketing from a cost centre to a revenue generating centre. »» The buyer is in control »» New partnerships between sales and marketing »» From cost centre to revenue center »» From revenue goals to Connected Performance- 11.40 OXFORD STYLE DEBATE: WHO DARES WINS Online marketing v.s Offline marketing: What generates the most leads and best conversion rates? Online marketing argument: Lucia Camarena, Head, Business Marketing, Large Enterprise, Telefonica, Germany Offline marketing argument: Vincent Rousselet, Senior Associate, ITSMA Europe, UK Evaluate the importance of both online and offline marketing to help convert leads through this oxford style debate. Vincent, having worked at numerous global companies such as Amex, BT, Capgemini, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Siemens, Telenor and Thales, provides ITSMA members with essential marketing strategies to keep on top of their game, often in a global context, through offline marketing. Lucia offers expertise on how online lead gen can increase sales by 180%. Vote for the winner and receive actionable take home message summarised by the chair of the day. Content Development and Lead Nurture Wednesday 17th September 2014 Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 FIRESIDEINTERVIEW FIRESIDE INTERVIEWOXFORDSTYLEDEBATE
  15. 15. Day1 4 Workshops Strategic Approaches to B2B Marketing These interactive workshops are open to 25 active participants who form part of a high level brainstorm where competing ideas are put forward and the best solutions agreed upon. Contribute to a new forward-looking project and create a step-by-step action plan on how to make it work. Planning and Process Management 11.00 SYNERGY WORKSHOP: Effectively managing third parties when developing a global marketing campaign to better understand your customer base and increase lead generation This highly interactive workshop delves further into the practicalities of managing and working with internal and external parties to help build a successful global marketing campaign. Find answers to: »» Using third party management for effective communication and control over clients »» Helping 3rd parties drive demand for your product through open discussions on effective and realistic channels »» Understanding and communicating what information you need from your vendors/distributors: How best can this information can be shared/provided with your team? 11.40 SYNERGY WORKSHOP: Aligning cultures and processes: Making the successful transition from a sales driven organisation to intelligent marketing Pam Didner, Head, Global Integrated Marketing, Intel, USA Simon Hall, EMEA Marketing Director, Head of Country Marketing UK, Dell, UK Bruno Hourdel, Vice President, Worldwide Field Marketing, Misys, UK This invaluable workshop provides you with insight on how to successfully transform a traditional sales driven organisation into a more intelligence driven business. Pam, who has developed Intel’s worldwide go-to-market plans, will chair and offer essential input on process management and leveraging big data. Simon provides experience and insight on establishing strong business brand campaigns, sponsorship deals and c-suite loyalty programs needed for a more intelligent marketing approach.Bruno provides insight on engaging field and partner marketing teams globally for marketing intelligence. Discuss you challenges and hear solutions on: »» Marketing infrastructure: Addressing current inventory and establishing a blueprint to develop a streamlined business model and lead departments out of silos »» Achieving a nimble, balanced and strategic approach when making challenging organisational changes »» Engineering improved department communication to achieve better collaboration and what needs to be communicated »» Moving from sales to intelligence: Key factors to address and challenge to transition to a more consultative sales approach 12.40 Lunch CHOOSE 4A, 4B or 4C 4 TRACK A New Approaches to Content and Analytics Content Creation and Business Management 14.00 Value creation: Generating relevant and actionable content for your customer to increase revenues Pam Didner, Head, Global Integrated Marketing, Intel, USA Discover how one of the largest global computing companies developed global content to successfully signal business advantages and engage customers globally. Having been integral to managing editorial planning for Intel’s content development, Pam provides key take home messages on how to tailor your content to relevant topics and drive value through content both regionally and globally. Find winning approaches for: »» Tailoring information to your market to enable a more targeted message and better return »» Building trust with new customers on new products through content »» Effective strategies to drive a sale from content: Empowering your sales team with effective content to use in the sale close »» Evaluating content marketing strategies that have worked and take away messages from those that haven’t 14.25 Aligning information and messaging across all channels to ensure maximum customer capture Arthur Simonetti, Director, Marketing, DSM, Netherlands Learn from current practices at DSM’s corporate Marketing & Sales Excellence centre on how best to increase customer and consumer interaction through digital. Amongst others, Arthur heads the global Marketing & Sales training curriculum for >1500 M&S professionals, so benefit from his extensive expertise in devising strategies to align marketing efforts internally to ensure one global message. Benefit from: »» Quickly and efficiently implementing content that is reflective of clients changing buying cycles and relevant at the various stages »» Effectively integrating content marketing and SEO into the current marketing mix for improved search rates and response »» Dealing with large volumes of data and ensuring it’s up to date »» Training and establishing staff to develop content inhouse and efficiently allocating time and resources »» Insight into current ecommerce platforms on the market: Successfully implementing and integrating across the multichannels 14.50 Maximising consumer capture through streamlined channel utilisation and management Stephen Christian, VP, Marketing, Verimatrix, USA Find out how internet technology space and digital media can be managed to execute a successful product and manage brand equity. Stephen discusses how he project manages extensive multi-channel accounts and nurtures leads to optimise the pipeline. Benchmark against an SME company and take home key messages on how media technology is influencing business trends and how to ensure maximum consumer capture. »» Using content that is reflective of clients changing buying cycles and relevant through the marketing and sales cycle »» Successfully implementing and integrating eCommerce platforms across the multichannels »» Integrating content marketing into the current marketing mix for improved search rates and response »» Managing large volumes of data to help evaluate customer behaviour and Dealing with large volumes of data and ensuring it’s up to date 15.15 How to manage and maintain a global message: Overcoming practical and cultural challenges Jade Tambini, European Marketing Manager, Recycling Division, DS Smith, UK Witness how to successfully execute a global rebrand from DS Smith, who recently achieved repositioning of 4 business divisions united to offer an integrated market offering in packaging design through to recycling to their customers. Benefit from Jade’s experience in country specific audience profiling and maintaining an overarching central strategy and message to ensure a unified global brand and tailor content driven contact. »» Discovering the importance of content marketing success through a change in organisational working, thinking, behaving and collaborating »» Successful collaboration with a translation company and best practice for content development and content translation »» Automating your global supply chain to ensure consistency in company branding and message 15.35 Afternoon Break Content Development and Lead Nurture Wednesday 17th September 2014 Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 SYNERGYWORKSHOPSYNERGYWORKSHOP
  16. 16. Day1 4 TRACK B Rethinking Delivery and Execution Marketing Tech Innovation and Integration 14.00 Integrating Marketing Automation (MA) into your demand campaign for improved execution and speed »» Moving from analogue to an automated solution for higher lead conversion »» Successfully evaluating all current products and choosing the most applicable tool for your company demands »» Evaluating ROI on the investment and it’s performance over the whole sales cycle »» Achieving speed through automation while maintaining the ever important message personalisation 14.25 Gaining optimal benefit from your CRM system to maximise customer relationships now and in the future Valentina Ikstadt, Head, International Marketing, Xell Baustoffe, Germany Hear a winning strategy on how Xella Baustoffe are re-evaluating their customer profiles and behaviour through a partnership with the ‘’Morgen Stadt’’or ‘’Future Cities’’. Valentina has been integral for better understanding Xella Baustoffe’s largest customer base in the architect and civil engineering sector, and streamlining this knowledge through effective customer relationship management. Learn how to: »» Successfully evaluate all current products in the market and choosing the best one for your sales and marketing objectives »» Work with your provider to best use your CRM to it’s full capabilities »» Ensure good input for good output »» Using your CRM system to allow you to process needed information for quality leads for sales team to qualify »» Improve effectiveness of data nurturing for improved customer relationships, customer retention and business growth 14.50 The do’s and don’ts of data capture and data use for improved customer analysis Simon Hall, EMEA Marketing Director, Head of Country Marketing UK, Dell, UK Determine how effective data analysis can truly drive company growth and better customer understanding. With Simon’s insight on key market communication and channel plan strategies demonstrated through establishing strong business brand campaigns, sponsorship deals and c-suite loyalty programs, benefit from: »» Putting in place measures to ensure you are collecting the right data and the correct amount of it »» Effective qualitative metrics to ensure data integrity »» Establishing good data management processes for easy data evaluation and to put it to use »» Best practice and learning from previous mistakes: Moving from data to insight to impact 15.15 Data overload: Effective data analysis and management to better utilise the unlimited customer information pool Richard Robinson, Director, Google, UK Benefit from Google’s insight on analytics and integrated marketing platforms in a multi-channel world. Richard’s current position at Google and as Chair of the B2B Council at the IDM (Institute of Director Marketing) has enabled him to educate industry on the essential factors in understanding your customer behaviour and needs. »» Getting to grips with integrating appropriate analytics tools into current software platforms and systems to assess your customer »» Streamlining current resources and to cope with data analysis and maximise limited resources »» Knowing what data to gather and what tools to use to achieve specific customer insight »» Best practice and learning from previous mistakes: Moving from data to insight to impact 4 TRACK c Strategic Approaches to B2B Marketing (Invite only) Planning and Process Management 14.00 CMO Boardroom: Bridging the gap between your CMO and CTO (invite only) CMO perspectives: Chris Boorman, Chief Marketing & Customer Success Officer, Huddle, USA Markus Dobbelfeld, Chief Marketing Officer, Datwyler Technical Components, Switzerland CTO perspective: Simon Farr, CTO, Head of Innovation & Thought Leadership, BT, UK Discuss the pivotal market changes that are influencing the way organisations are being run and where key decisions are being made. David ‘s experience as both CTO and CIO at Fujitsu, enables him to drive discussions on the changing roles of CMOs and CTOs. Chris and Markus offer experience in the integral, yet changing role of the CMO and Simon provides insight on successful thought leadership approaches and driving innovation at the CIO level. What’s in it for you? »» Evaluating marketing, technology and big data: Where does the responsibility lie and the collaboration begin? »» Experimentation vs risk aversion: Making informed decisions on technology investments »» Finding the culprits with global enterprise v.s SMBs on brand spending, data deficiency and campaign effectiveness »» Developing actionable metrics to satisfy IT and Sales »» Competitive benchmarking: Evaluating current success stories on IT and Marketing collaboration and allocating resources to start analysis of key competitors 15.35 Afternoon Break Closing Plenary 16.05 ALL STAR PANEL: Effectively streamlining your CRM system, marketing automation and additional marketing software to improve your global digital presence Blake Cahill, Global Head, Digital & Social Marketing, Philips, Netherlands Andrew Nicholson, Head, Online, Sodexo Prestige, UK »» Practical experience of implementing and integrating CRM and MA to achieve a digital presence and achieve an optimal marketing campaign »» Streamlining these systems globally vs. locally: Current efforts and achievements of standardisation of IT systems and keeping information locally relevant »» Achieving consistency across various business units and generating a united vision »» Current reality of CRM integrating capabilities with other media tools and the aims for the future »» The reality for consolidating point solutions to just one platform to save time and money 16.45 ALL STAR PANEL: Content marketing as the gateway to client loyalty: Practical approaches to inspire and gain trust Jade Tambini, European Marketing Manager, Recycling Division, DS Smith, UK Jason Hughes, Head, Branded Content & Product Placement, BSkyB, UK Gonzalo Garcia Villanueva, Head, Financial Products Marketing, Bloomberg, UK Utilise key take home messages from market experts on content marketing . Jade and Gonzalo offer insight into what makes good and usable global content. Jason has achieved success with two of Sky’s major projects including partnerships with Visa and Tresemme, helping ensure brand awareness, establish essential long term business partnerships, shift brand perceptions and manage content integration through effective channels. Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 Content Development and Lead Nurture Wednesday 17th September 2014 CMOBoardroomALLSTARPANELALLSTARPANEL
  17. 17. Day2 Effective Metrics for Advancing Business Intelligence Thursday 18th September 2014 Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 08.30 Morning Coffee 08.50 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks OPENING PLENARY KEYNOTES Improved Engagement to Improve Sales and Drive Business 09.00 ALL STAR PANEL: ‘The strategic continuum’: Sales, Marketing and IT to drive the business forward Lucia Camarena, Head, Business Marketing, Large Enterprise, Telefonica, Germany Jacqueline Howe, Head, EMEA Marketing and Communications, Liquidnet, UK Ann Thueland, Director, EMEA Marketing, Actifio, Germany Catherine Walker, Marketing Director, Vodafone, UK Effectively streamline your organisation with insight from 4 marketing experts and benefit from insight from 4 different industry sectors. Ann offers insight from the construction industry, Catherine and Lucia offer how the telco market streamline departments, and Jacqueline offer an opposing view from the financial sector. With allocated time given to Q&A from the audience, have your chance to quiz the experts on: »» Shifting the culture of an organisation: Who to engage, communicate and invest with to increase success »» Challenging the ‘Status Quo’: Moving from a short to long term marketing strategy »» Overcoming a ‘siloed’ organisation: Getting groups to collaborate and understanding eachothers’ creation value to make more sales »» How is technology beneficial for the efficiency of the whole team »» Successfully integrating technology, changing the process and culture within the organisation. Regardless of resources 09.40 KEYNOTE: How to transform a centrally driven marketing strategy into commercial activation in emerging markets Alessandra Pavolini, CMO, Global Growth & Operations, GE, UK Drive market growth by 300% and save millions per year by benchmarking against the leading global infrastructure, finance and media company, GE. Discover how the first Chief Marketing Officer of Ecomagination and the first CMO of Global Growth & Operations team at GE has engaged regional teams through a decentralised model to improve market growth and thus revenues. »» Understanding the purpose of each channel, what you are looking to achieve and the benefits when marketing to multiple influencers »» Effectively managing a global brand across multiple channels and maintaining a consistent message »» Evaluating the behaviour of your customers, where demand is coming from and developing the best ecommerce platform for sales conversion 10.00 Morning Break CHOOSE 4A, 4B or 4C 4 TRACK A New Approaches to Content and Analytics 10.30 Neural communication - Increasing market(ing) success via emotional selling Lutz Klaus, Senior Director, Enterprise, Commercial and Partner Marketing – EMEA, Juniper Networks, Germany Determine how emotional selling can effectively compliment traditional sales to drive forward current marketing campaigns. Lutz provides insight on how to bring an organisation from classical marketing to a broader go-to-market view and integration. Benefit from improved understanding of how emotional selling and the use of positive messages can improve sales numbers. »» B2B versus B2C Marketing: Do we need to adjust what we have learned? »» Can good and bad communication be measured? »» How can we optimise our communications? 10.55 Behavioural economics and cognitive heuristics: Applying mind games to online channels and user behaviour Andrew Nicholson, Head, Online, Sodexo Prestige, UK Learn from Sodexo Prestige, an award winning UK contract catering company, on how to leverage becoming a leading data driven service provider and using this information to evaluate customer behaviour and apply to mould online channel strategies. Andrew has been integral to the integration of current CRM systems, websites and marketing automation to help drive better customer understanding, however discover more about cognistive heuristics and it’s role in achieving a true personalised online marketing strategy. »» The reasons you don’t think as much as you think you think »» Using anchoring techniques to increase customer spend online »» Can cognitive dissonance theory be used to increase conversion rates? An exclusive unveiling! 11.20 ROUND TABLE CAFES: oice of the Customer (VOC): Personalising your client interaction by tailoring content and the channels of engagement Jacqueline Howe, Head, EMEA Marketing and Communications, Liquidnet, UK Nick Eades, Group Marketing Director, Autologic Diagnostics, UK Katie Gordon-Smith, Head, Marketing & Business Development, Land Registry, UK Markus Dobbelfeld, Chief Marketing Officer, Datwyler Technical Components, Switzerland »» Shifting mindset to best connect with the market: Targeted approaches to match product with client »» Strategies for better understanding the demands of your market »» Tailoring the channel with the customer and what needs to be considered 4 TRACK B Rethinking Delivery and Execution Multichannel Client Engagement & E-Commerce 10.30 Building and integrating a B2B retail website to cater for business customers expectations into current back end systems Vishal Chhatralia, Head, Digital Product Management, RS Components, UK »» Effective website design and content that drives B2B commerce and provides customer with specific needs and requirements »» Insight into effective e-commerce platforms that allow for successful back end integration for an effective company website »» Web analytics to help manage e-commerce online management and success and to monitor website performance 10.55 How to establish a B2B e-commerce platform to drive sales and reduce operational costs: Lessons learnt Jos van Berkel, Head of the Integration Centre of Excellence, Project Area Manager, Ericsson, Sweden Develop and integrate a B2B e-commerce platform that truly reflects the organisation and builds business continually. Discover how Jos has driven the evolution of a recognised business strategy at Ericsson from a scattered initiative, that improves efficiency and quality in trading and reduces OPEX and improves the speed of credit to cash. »» How an effective B2B e-commerce platform can truly reduce OPEX ALLSTARPANEL ROUNDTABLECAFES
  18. 18. Day2 Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 Effective Metrics for Advancing Business Intelligence Thursday 18th September 2014 »» Key influential factors when demonstrating ROI and the business benefits to senior management »» Legal considerations for integrating and establishing a B2B e-commerce platform »» Moving from a more reactive to a proactive B2B e-commerce model to start driving changes in e-commerce and IT 11.20 ROUND TABLE CAFES: Driving B2B engagement through effective E-commerce platforms - learning from past mistakes Bob Egner, VP Product Management, EPiServer, USA Mark Thornton, Ecommerce Director, Maginus, UK »» Developing an effective online strategy to go direct and keep your channel partners happy: Personalisation, customer self-care and operational efficiency »» Mobile as a realistic platform for driving sales transaction »» Mobile as a tracker of customer behaviour »» Ensuring you are getting the needed information from your clients/ third parties on client/ customer 4 TRACK c STRATEGIC APPROACHES TO B2B MARKETING Planning and Process Management 10.30 Synergy workshop: How to implement Account-based marketing (ABM)? The personalised business approach to customer relationship development Katie Gordon-Smith, Head, Marketing & Business Development, Land Registry, UK Josy Roberts-Pay, Marketing Director, Assurance, EMEIA, Ernst & Young, UK With marketing traditionally focused on lead generation and quantity over lead quality, and sales groups often dealing with poor quality leads that are impossible to qualify and convert, there is a gap in the market for a streamlined, unified account approach to marketing and sales. Discover the benefits of: »» Applying ABM for better aligning sales and marketing strategies and efforts for improved effectiveness and lead conversion »» Translating ABM into a targeted lifecycle model for the most value and revenue generating accounts »» Evaluating current customer accounts to create a future customer profile to predict future target accounts: Reality of whether this provides quality leads »» Benefits over tailoring your marketing message in a more traditional way 12.20 Lunch CHOOSE 4A, 4B or 4C 4 TRACK A New Approaches to Content and Analytics 13.20 From a concept to 1 million customers in less than 4 years – building a brand to challenge the industry leader James Bain, Director, Mobility and eTransactional Services UK&I, Worldline by Atos, UK Discover how to gain 1 million online customers in <4 years by successful strategies against the market leader. Learn from an in depth case study from the Director of Mobility and e-transactional Services at Worldine UK&I and the Co-Founder of RedSpottedHanky.com on how to develop a customer focused initiative in the transport sector and real insight on product development based around a true USP. »» The opportunity and the vision – a fresh and creative approach to online retail in the travel and transport sector »» Why Redspottedhanky.com? Creating a distinctive “real” retail brand, not just a software engine with a basic user interface »» Achieving differentiation against a market leading company with company – creating a USP and developing a compelling proposition »» Brand execution to aggressively acquire customers and maintain customer retention »» What does the future hold? EFFECTIVE METRICS FOR GENERATING ROI 13.45 Implementing effective analytics to evaluate return of marketing investment (ROMI) on a global scale Bruno Hourdel, Vice President, Worldwide Field Marketing, Misys, UK Benefit from insight on how to increase sales pipeline contributions from <5% to between 15- 20% and set up the pace for a 1:4 ROMI. Discover and evaluate how Bruno’s ROMI strategy has been globally deployed and aligned with field and partner marketing teams across the globe and how this can implemented and integrated into your organisation. »» Streamlining sales and marketing teams with universal KPIs »» Developing of lead nurturing activities through effective lead scoring 14.10 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Smart data vs big data: Determining key data points and differentiators to predict new trends Howard Blumenthal, Director, eBusiness Platform Solutions, Advance Auto Parts, USA Learn from the largest auto part company in the US on how to better understand your customer through effective evaluation. Having recently launched their commercial portal, which integrates the company’s various commercial online services, customer experience has improved and owes a major part to listening to the customer through dialogue and various customer satisfaction tools. »» Identifying the key data points that are indicative of customer behaviour to then drive forward good content »» Understanding where content actually adds value and where it doesn’t through effective analytics »» Managing volume v.s quantity: Understanding the key evaluation points needed to generate effective and appropriate content to drive forward your marketing campaign 4 TRACK B Rethinking Delivery and Execution Multichannel Client Engagement 13.20 The challenges of globally re-platforming the Premier Farnell websites – changing the tyres on a moving vehicle Kevin Yapp, Chief Marketing Officer, Premier Farnell, UK Kevin offer’s global marketing expertise in how to orchestrate and carry through a global re- platforming of a company website to ensure it correctly tailors to the various regional customer demands. This presentation provides actionable takeaways on how to execute the changes with third parties and ensure the customer voice is always put first. »» Implementing a global solution across 43 sites, 35 languages, 5 brands and hundreds of thousands of SKUs »» Balance of regional teams with global teams deliver the right customer solution »» Putting the customer voice first, but driving rapid value-extraction 13.45 Achieving effective sales globally by providing a seamless multichannel user experience Ann Thueland, Director, EMEA Marketing, Actifio, Germany SYNERGYWORKSHOPROUNDTABLECAFES CASESTUDYREVOLUTION
  19. 19. Day2 Register Now! www.b2bmultichanneleu.com b2b@wbr.co.uk +44 (0) 207 368 9465 Effective Metrics for Advancing Business Intelligence Thursday 18th September 2014 »» Understanding where your clients are engaging and transacting to ensure a 360 degree view of their behaviour »» Implementing and streamlining your channels for a multichannel client experience: Assessing current approaches and platforms there are available to assist »» Appreciating and utilising where customers first and finally engage to tailor a personalised buying cycle for them 14.10 CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Transforming your B2B Commerce strategy with mobile to influence and build loyalty Simon Farr, CTO, Head, Innovation & Thought Leadership, BT, UK Understand winning strategies to leverage mobile to better engage with your B2B clients. Simon, as an integral player in Global Innovation within BT’s Portfolio and Service Design team, drives technology innovation with the top global service customers. Learn from his experience and insight on key technological developments driving this market, and how mobile can assist in client engagement and sales. »» Discovering how businesses acquire and retain customers influences how B2B companies sell their products and services Understanding the role of mobile in retaining and building loyalty with your customers »» Successful strategies using mobile to influence your customer to complete the sale and provide additional service tools online »» Utilising mobile as the optimum method for providing the customer with the most control of shopping experience 4 TRACK c STRATEGIC APPROACHES TO B2B MARKETING 13.20 Synergy workshop: Becoming a truly client-centric business and offering a superior service Catherine Walker, Marketing Director, Vodafone, UK Benefit from insight from a truly client-centric marketer on how to bring one of the largest national mobile telecommunications networks, Vodafone, into the digital age and provide relevant and personal marketing to every customer, wherever they are. With experience in both marketing and IT, Catherine provides insight on how to move an organisation from a big data approach to a more focused, humanised interaction to provide a tailored solution to all. »» The importance in a dynamic executive for driving forward a company’s success in social engagement and motivation to the customer facing employees »» Avoiding silos: Being truly accountable for marketing whatever department you are: Customer complaints, dealing with product FAQs etc. »» Striking the balance between allowing employees to do their job vs providing sufficient guidance Closing Plenary 15.20 Afternoon Break 15.50 ALL STAR PANEL: How to best harness the power of Big Data to deliver marketing in real-time within an organisation Chris Boorman, Chief Marketing & Customer Success Officer, Huddle, USA Christine Bailey, Director, Marketing Strategy, Operations, Program Office & Partner Marketing, EMEA & Russia, Cisco, UK »» Evaluation of leading-edge technologies on adoption across all departments and moving pilot projects into mainstream IT »» Aligning infrastructure to deal with growth in data production to allow for shift and effective implementation of data generated »» Utilising all data that is generated and that none is neglected or stored indefinitely: Generating worth in all data throughout departments »» Ensuring metrics are being used by having an engaged sales team to follow up 16.30 ALL STAR PANEL: Excelling in ‘Thought leadership’: What does it really take and what actually influences a B2B decision maker and achieve that revenue? Arthur Simonetti, Director, Marketing, DSM, Netherlands Stephen Christian, VP, Marketing, Verimatrix, USA Maria Burpee, Former Head, EMEA Healthcare Marketing, Dell Europe, Spain Vincent Rousselet, Senior Associate, ITSMA Europe, UK With thought leadership being a core focus for most B2B organisations trying to achieve, this interactive panel provides insight from 4 leading professionals on what thought leadership truly means to them and how they can achieve this. »» Less traditional yet successful channels for establishing yourself as a thought leader: White papers, website, reports , blogs etc.: Effectively building up a presence in these channels »» Practice what you preach: Educating the organisation by avoiding reusing content generated online and ensure you are offering something unique and valuable »» Evaluating the key decision making factors that B2B marketers find important and translating this into an effective thought leadership strategy »» Leveraging the power of your team/organisation: Reflecting on data and content generated from the team and translating this into thought leadership material 17.10 Event Summary & Closing Remarks 17.20 END OF CONFERENCE- See you again next year “With B2B marketing forever evolving there is still so much to learn. At B2B Multichannel Europe I am excited to hear from other B2B marketers on their international marketing strategies with particular interest in content marketing and overcoming culture and language barriers.” Jade Tambini, European Marketing Manager, DS Smith CASESTUDYREVOLUTION ALLSTARPANELALLSTARPANEL SYNERGYWORKSHOP
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