This is the UK leg of Global Marketing Network’s World Marketing Forum 2009, hosted at the University of Hertfordshire, de Havilland campus on 27 November, 9.30am-4.30pm.Each conference will provide marketing and business professionals the opportunity to tap into the most current knowledge, ideas and inspiration needed to help capitalise on the new opportunities in today’s global business environment. As well as offering an excellent opportunity to network with some of the leading experts in the field of marketing and international business.

Speakers at the UK conference include:

  • Svend Hollensen – leading global marketing academic, consultant and author of world’s bestselling book on global marketing, ‘Global Marketing: A Decision Oriented Approach’
  • Professor Roger Palmer - Head of School of Management and Professor Marketing, Henley Business School, University of Reading
  • Muditha Cooray – MBA Programme Director, University of Hertfordshire
  • Darrell Kofkin - Co-Founder and Chief Executive, Global Marketing Network
  • Richard Perry - Chief Executive, India Savvy
  • Anjuna Kalsi - Managing Director, Pearsons Human Capital
  • Peter Walker – Chairman, UK NetWork, Nigerian British Chamber of Commerce

Topics for discussion:

  • The ‘brand new world’ and why a global marketing strategy for your business is more important than ever before
  • How to select the right markets, and ensure you avoid expensive mistakes
  • How to design successful and enduring global marketing strategies to keep you ahead of the competition
  • How to ensure that domestic brands can maintain and build a strong position in the global arena
  • Best practices in marketing worldwide to ensure you keep ahead of the competition and drive improvements in market share and revenue at greater profitability

With the global economic downturn it has never been a more important time to connect with your customers, build stronger relationship with your clients, achieve greater profitability and a more measurable return on your marketing investment. With the challenging economic downturn can you afford NOT to look at new ways to increase your profitability through exploring new markets?

Register now to attend World Marketing Forum 2009 in UK for just £99+VAT and bring a colleague FREE