The International Digital Forum (IDF) returns for the first event of 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Held on Tuesday 11th June at the Altes Haus Ungarn, this one day conference and networking event features talks from some of the world’s leading international digital marketing experts, including Red Bull X-Fighters Community, Google Germany Gmbh, Oban Multilingual and GlobalMaxer*. With plenty of entertainment provided after the talks, including live music from Mark Lowndes and Queen Yahna, plus BBQ and drinks, it’s not to be missed!
Specially designed for global digital marketing professionals, the event is tailor-made to report on the latest worldwide digital marketing trends, opportunities and emerging market landscape. Each conference provides a knowledge base resource for sharing and communicating innovatively within the international digital marketing community. From cutting-edge venues with some of the world’s leading experts, with BBQs and car racing tournaments, to more formal engagements, its content-rich, fun and engaging.
To make sure you don’t miss out, Oban Multilingual, have secured a 50% early bird discount just for you. To grab this special offer make sure you add in the promotional code OBANIDFSpecial when you check out. Please note this special offer is valid until the 18th May and includes food, drink and entertainment.
Launched in 2011, the International Digital Forum (IDF) was initially created as a bi-monthly event for global digital marketing professionals within the B2B and B2C market. Sourcing some of the world’s leading experts in international brand management, Global SEO, Global PPC, International Social Media, Cultural Conversions and Neuromarketing. Topics explored are wide-ranging, providing scope to discuss some of the most demanding global digital marketing issues. Established within the UK as a communicative platform for senior international digital marketing executives, the IDF extended its offering cross-culturally, launching in Germany in 2012.
*Please note this event is mostly spoken in German