A leading football data analytics business has linked up with a North East based data intelligence marketing agency for an innovative joint venture.
On Tuesday 22 November 2016, technology experts ITPS, top Law firm Ward Hadaway, and data driven marketing specialists Hippo Marketing will bring ‘The Data Driven Business Conference’ to The Core in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Over the 1st and 2nd October a ‘Hackathon’ took place sponsored by Northumbrian Water, Sunderland City Council and Digital Catapult.
Job Opportunity: Business Development Executive, Hippo Marketing
Even now, more than a month on from the EU Referendum, I’m not sure anyone knows what’s going to happen. One thing I do know however is that, as John F Kennedy once said, “a rising tide lifts all boats”, so if the world economy does stay stable, then the UK should continue to benefit.
I’ve just returned from Venice - lucky me I hear you say - and yes, it was truly awe-inspiring. I’d recommend it to anyone.
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Any Head of Marketing dealing with multiple databases in medium-sized businesses will usually be working toward having a Single Customer View and Business Intelligence Hub, or will at the very least know what they are and will see the advantages of having them.
I spent many years running prospecting campaigns for a well-known accounts software company in the North East of England, and one of the most memorable learnings for me was ‘the two second window’.
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Humans can only type at the rate of forty words per minute but can speak at the rate of 150 words per minute, and for years it’s long been the Holy Grail of technology to capture, codify and store speech as a data source with the aim of providing a hyper-personalised marketing through data analysis for business intelligence.
There was once a time - not so very long ago - when data was something an IT guy dealt with, and driving a business forward was about salespeople, events, big budget marketing and advertising campaigns.