Newcastle based digital marketing and web development agency, Flow Digital, recently hosted a very successful PR event for marketers in the North East and they are planning another one at the moment.
Following on from their previous events – Digital Marketing Fundamentals and Advanced SEO – Flow held their latest event in the Newcastle city centre. Once more the venue was the beautiful Tyneside Cinema and this talk was designed to provide specialist advice on growth and boosting your online profile through digital PR. The event sold out within a month and it was a great success.
Speaking after the event, and fresh from delivering the talk alongside his colleague, Business Development Manager Chris Ogle, Digital Marketing Manager, Ian Ferguson, was delighted. He said, “We couldn’t be prouder and happier with what we achieved for the last event. We had over 100 people registered for the event, and it was fantastic to see so many people turn up. We did have sandwiches included to entice them. Newcastle is one of the greatest cities in the UK for development and growth, and we want to help businesses grow and share our knowledge of digital marketing.”
After hosting two big events in Newcastle, Flow is currently planning to hold their third in September. As part of their aims for growth in 2018, the agency it’ll be centred on developing a content strategy in the ever-changing digital world.
The expanding digital marketing agency – and one of Dynamo’s most recent members – has experienced a record-breaking year in 2018, with the addition of lucrative contracts and it now has clients from across the country. Ian finished, “We’ve had such a brilliant seven months, and the event was only the tip. We’re hoping to share more events and invite more marketers from across the North East. 2018 is only the start for us, and we can’t wait to share our knowledge with others. Plus, we’ll include sandwiches again.”
Visit www.flow.co.uk for more information
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