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Ogilvy UK To Speak At Digital Gaggle

Published on Thursday, 1st November 2018, contributed by Noisy Little Monkey

James Whatley, Strategy Partner for global advertising agency Ogilvy UK, will be talking about key digital trends at Digital Gaggle on Wednesday 7 November.

Digital Gaggle, the bi-annual conference run by SEO and digital marketing agency Noisy Little Monkey, will take place at Bristol's Watershed Cinema next week.

The conference is a must-attend event for in-house and agency marketing professionals working across B2B, professional services and ecommerce sectors. It offers inspiring expert speakers and unrivalled opportunities for networking.

Eight influential speakers will be sharing their advice on everything from video and email marketing, to brand voice and digital strategy, and the event will also include interactive sessions and a delicious buffet lunch. James Whatley is the final keynote speaker to be announced for the event.

Noisy Little Monkey’s Events Manager, Claire Dibben, said:

“I'm so delighted that James is able to join us at Digital Gaggle. Ogilvy UK have worked with brands like Boots, Vodafone and British Airways so it'll be a real treat to hear key digital insights from a Senior Partner at this global advertising and marketing agency."

Over 200 business owners and professional marketers are expected to attend the bi-annual event, which has an impressive line-up of speakers for the forthcoming conference, including James Whatley, Stratgey Partner at Ogilvy UK, Alan Thorpe, MD of Bray Leino CX; Victoria Olsina, Growth Marketer at Consensys, Stafford Sumner, CEO of Jarrang; Sunjay Singh, Creative Director at Life Media UK; Hannah Tempest, Head of Mobile Experience at Nomensa; and Bethany Joy, Wordsmith Extraordinaire. 

Tickets for the event, which is sponsored by Bray Leino CX, Somerset Design, and t&s creative communications, include: buffet lunch on arrival, afternoon refreshments, a free drink at the after party, and opportunities to talk to the speakers during the event. 

Final tier tickets, on sale at £60 + booking fee and VAT, and more info can be found here