Marketing with Love

Creating brands that people adore

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30th Mar 2011

6:00pm - 8:30pm

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The Villager Hotel

185 George Street
Brisbane City QLD 4000

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Is it possible to 'love' a brand?  Can customers form a strong relationship with your brand - or is this just what marketers would like to believe?

The experience of brands from Apple to Vodafone would seem to prove that people can fall in and out of love with particular brands.

So how can you kindle the romance - and then more importantly, keep it alive?  And can you provoke an emotional response for any kind of product, service or organisation?

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    Event Photography by Clare Smith, Lucid Photography @lifeatlucid

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    Thanking our Sponsors

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    Need a Speaker or Facillitator?

    We're so pleased to have Cat Matson facillitating our Networx events this year!  Cat is a Business CATalyst for Alito, sparking ideas for peak business performance. With a keen interest in strategy, marketing, social media and personal effectiveness, Cat works with clients to have their business firing on all cylinders. Cat is available as a speaker or facilitator for your next event, and is also a powerhouse when it comes to group problem-solving and brainstorming. We highly recommend her for your next event, group workshop or strategy meeting. Feel free to give her a call to discuss what you've got coming up on 0410 695 465, email cat@alito.com.au or tweet her at @CatMatson.

    What you will learn

    • Benefits to having your brand loved, and tips for when the love begins to wane
    • Using social media platforms to engage with your customers and to build a following
    • Why branding is so much more than just having a logo
    • How customers who love your brand will quickly become advocates and referrers
    • Where they need to make changes in their business to improve their brand

    Who would benefit from attending

    • Small business owners who are passionate about building their brand
    • Business owners who want to understand what a brand actually is
    • Marketing managers who want their brands to be less superficial and more ingrained in the minds and hearts of their consumers
    • Non profit communicators and marketers
    • Social media controllers - both internal and external marketing & communication professionals
    • Brand Managers and Brand Marketers

    Panellists

    Facilitator: Cat Matson, Business CATalyst, Alito (@catmatson)   

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  • Giveaways

    Event Giveaways

    • 1 x $100 Dinner for Two Voucher, courtesy of The Villager Hotel
    • 1 x Dolphin Adventure Tour for 2 people, valued at $330 (includes return launch transfers, buffet lunch, Desert Safari tour including sand tobogganing, wild dolphin feeding experience, use of day lounge, Dolphin Behaviour and Data Collection talk plus more) courtesy of Tangalooma Island Resort.
    • NETT Magazine is offering you a 6 month subscription for only $20! Ends 23/3/11
    • 1 x 16G USB flashdrive, courtesy of Fairchild Multimedia
    • $100 cash voucher redeemable for one combined cut & colour appointment or $50 x2 for either single cut or single colour appointment courtesy of GW Private Room, hair salon in Festival Towers, Brisbane City (National Award Winner 08-09 for Best Hairdresser).
    • One night’s accommodation in a Deluxe Suite and Continental breakfast for 2 in Seasalt at Armstrongs, a bottle of bubbly & chocolates on arrival & a midday checkout, courtesy of The Inchcolm Hotel
    • Copy of the book 'Lovemarks - the future beyond brands', an evolutionary story of products, trademarks and brands - to Lovemarks
    • 2 tickets to the next Well Linked Professionals singles networking event on 6 April at the Summit Events Centre, Iceworks Building, Paddington valued at $176
    • 1 x Double Pass to Interactive Minds 'Improving Website Conversion' on 6 April 2011
    • Each attendee will receive a Superfox Merchandise notepad & pen in their tote bag, so you won't need to worry if you forget your own!
    • Each attendee wil receive 10% off your next Edible Blooms order (promo code in your tote bag)

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Here’s a sneaky peek at the speakers for this event.

Sarah Whyte

Sarah Whyte

Digital Marketing Manager, Tourism Queensland

Sarah has worked in the Queensland tourism industry for a very long time (17 years)! Sarah joined Tourism Queensland in early 2005, and the Digital Marketing team in 2006.  The Digital Marketing team are responsible for promoting Queensland's tourism products and destinations to a global audience via digital platforms.  Key responsibilities of the team include:

  • Ensuring Tourism Queensland’s suite 30 consumer websites, including www.QueenslandHolidays.com.au and our international market websites, are reflective of the Queensland holiday experience and evolve to meet the needs of those interested in holidaying in Queensland.
  • Developing tools and engaging content that maximise exposure for Queensland.  Tourism Queensland achieves this through use of podcasts, User Generated Content, RSS feeds, e-newsletters, e-brochures and activity on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.

Tourism Queensland (TQ) is a statutory authority of the Queensland Government.  Tourism Queensland is charged with enhancing the development and marketing of Queensland tourism destinations in partnership with Industry, Government and the Community.

Follow on Facebook | Subscribe to YouTube | Follow on Twitter: @tourismqld @whytebate
tq.com.au

Karoline Cumming

Karoline Cumming

Director, Clear Identity

Karoline Cumming advocates that solid, consistent branding really does make all the difference for small businesses. A professional graphic designer for over 12 years, she knows only too well that businesses need 'commercially driven' branding – not just pretty pictures.

Karoline left her advertising agency role as Art Director and co-Agency Manager to establish Clear Identity in 2004. Clear Identity is the answer to those who wonder: "How can small businesses get the professional branding and graphic design services they need, when the big guys only seem to focus on the big guys?"

Striking a chord with micro-startups right through to national companies, Karoline's experience covers almost every industry. Passionate about sharing skills and information she enjoys educating clients about the relationship that exists between consistent branding and the subconscious mind of the consumer.

Follow on Facebook | Follow on Twitter: @karolinecumming
clearidentity.com.au

David Frangiosa

David Frangiosa

Marketing & Communications Manager, Variety Queensland

With interests in marketing, branding and sponsorship, David has applied himself in the major events industry with experience creating and managing marketing campaigns and sponsorship relationships for QLD’s largest event – the Royal Queensland Show (Ekka).  David also enjoys working with the next crop of marketing professionals through his tutoring duties at QUT.

With a desire to work and apply his experience in the NFP industry David joined Variety the children’s charity Queensland. Managing Variety Queensland’s strategic marketing communications including the traditional, digital and social media realm, David helps Variety Queensland to help empower special QLD children to live, laugh and learn.

View upcoming Variety Queensland events.

Follow on Facebook | Follow on LinkedIn | Variety Qld on YouTube | Follow on Twitter @varietyqld @frangii

varietyqld.org.au

Panel Chair: Cat Matson

Panel Chair: Cat Matson

Chief Digital Officer, City of Brisbane

Cat Matson is Brisbane's Chief Digital Officer, overseeing the citywide Digital Brisbane strategy. Under the strategy, Cat is responsible for driving economic growth through digital adoption in the SME sector, strengthening the city's digital start-up ecosystem and facilitating Cyber City initiatives. Recently named as a rising female in the technology sector by the Sydney Morning Herald, Cat is considered an industry leader when it comes to the digital space, with a savvy business mind and a robust understanding of the wider business context.

LinkedIn | Follow on Twitter: @catmatson @DigitalBNE

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