Join us for our November 2019 Sydney HubSpot User Group Meeting, where we will be finishing the year with a HubSpocalyse of inbound goodness.
This meeting we'll be exploring sales and marketing alignment, with a hands-on HubSpot tip of the night, a full presentation covering trends and strategies, plus a panel featuring HubSpot staff and clients who have implemented sales and marketing alignment well.
What to Expect
Whether you are B2B or B2C – today is all about B2H (Business To Human) and with it a demand for a personal, fast and relevant user experience at every touch point across the buyer journey. In this session, we’ll show how business strategy, user experience and real-time data are driving today’s marketing and sales experience.
Be prepared to discover:
• Why the Marketing Funnel is dead and the customer centric Fly Wheel is the key
• How chatbots are blurring the line between marketing, sales and service
• How to generate leads and engage customers with SMarketing
• What tools you need in your 2020 HubSpot Growth Stack to do all the heavy lifting for you!
Who is this for?
Join us for an evening of digital marketing learning and networking.
If you're a HubSpot user, or interested in HubSpot and Inbound Marketing, then this is for you.
However, you don't have to be a HubSpot user, or even know what HubSpot is - if you're a digital marketer who is interested in learning, improving and growing your results, then this event will be valuable.
Meet other HubSpot users, Digital Marketers, HubSpot agency partners and HubSpot team members.
You'll come away with not only a ton of marketing ideas, but also quick actionable tips for improving your HubSpot results.
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