Have you booked your ticket to KBBdigicon yet?


Tel 01206 851117 ext 286
Website KBBDigicon.com
Email Rachael.Ling@burdamagazines.co.uk

Tickets to KBBdigicon are selling fast - book now to avoid disappointment!

KBBdigicon is the first event of its kind from Hubert Burda Media UK – publishers of KBBDaily and ek&bbusiness – offering attendants a unique chance to truly immerse themselves in the spheres of digitial marketing and social media. Held at a beautiful Central London venue on the 28th September, there are only a few tickets left - so be quick!

Promising to inform, educate and inspire, the day is split into two distinct sections. The morning will feature the Digital Summit: a series of talks delivered by some of the sharpest minds in the digital world. Covering everything from SEO to social media, content creation to the power of video, and more, this is a one-off chance to learn from the professionals about how your kitchen or bathroom business can be making the most of the endless opportunities that the digital realm can offer, if harnessed effectively. Speakers taking to the stage include James Lawrence, founder of PlumberParts; Chris Davis, Head of Brand Partnerships at Gleam Futures (the agency that manages some of the biggest influencer talent in the world); Phil Crothers, Head of SEO at award-winning agency Found; and Abbey Mills, Director of Client Services at Born Social. This will be followed by the panel session: a 45-minute discussion about all things ecommerce. Find out more about the speaker sessions here.

In the afternoon, join us for the inaugural EKBB Influencer Awards take place: a celebration of the biggest and best names in kitchen, bathroom and interiors blogging, vlogging and social media. Mingle with the winners and shortlist, strike a pose in the photobooth and maybe even grab a selfie with the celebrity host!

Tickets are available from £195. More details here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/kbbdigicon-tickets-34546454375

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