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Digital Espresso Breakfast - Perth 2017

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Fraser Suites Perth

10 Adelaide Terrace

East Perth, WA 6004

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It’s the start of a fresh financial year and with it, the ability to use your shiny, new marketing budget. Want to know how you can best use your ad spend to achieve tangible results for your brand?

Join us at Digital Espresso to see which digital technologies and innovations are shaping the world of marketing. And learn how to use them to your own advantage.

Our keynote speakers will shed light on some of the key changes you can expect in digital over the next twelve months, which will be followed by a live Q&A session with them:

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Gil Snir

CCO, Bench

Gil Snir is co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer at digital performance group, Bench. Gil builds programmatic ad strategies for brands across Australia and around the world. With over 10 years of experience leading sales and marketing efforts for Telstra, Vodafone and Fairfax Media, he is now focused on helping brands build data-driven and customer-centric marketing solutions.


De Hallam

Senior Data Planner, Digital Balance

De is the Senior Data Planner at Digital Balance, who focus on helping clients become more data driven and improve outcomes across digital channels. Fascinated with data, De seeks patterns and trends through deep data analysis to form data insights. She then shapes them into meaningful strategic recommendations for clients. De has worked with such brands as News Corp, HBF, Water Corporation and Tourism Western Australia, among others

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As this is an invite-only event, places are strictly limited so RSVP well in advance to ensure you don’t miss out.

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