BBC, Nestle, Loreal and Dell are latest digital clients to sign up for MiNetwork's How To Be Social event

MiNetwork is organising another How To Be Social digital supplier showcase event in May which will give agencies the opportunity to present to up to 100 clients. BBC, BSkyB, Loreal and Dell are latest brands to sign up.

The half day event will see digital and social media experts talking about the latest developments in their specific area to a client-only audience of around 100, the third time that MiNetwork has brought together a large group of client companies to hear from leading marketing services agencies.

How To Be Social is a free briefing for client-side marketers, if you are a client and would like to attend then please visit our sign up page for your free client tickets.

Signed up to present the latest developments in social media, mobile marketing, Apps and SEO to the client-only audience are MadeByPi, Epiphany, Pyrespective and IF Agency, with two more speakers lots available.

February’s How To Be Social supplier showcase saw more than 120 clients gather to hear the latest digital and social media thinking from agencies such as Spring, HomeJames, Technology Consult, Eyeka, Web Expectations, with new business being picked up on the actual day by Technology Consult.

Speaking of that event Erika Clegg, managing director of Spring, said: “We have now spoken at two How to be Social events, and have found them to be a very useful experience. We have not only made some great potential sales, but also found partner providers of niche digital services. The team from MiNetwork are well organised, imaginative and helpful – a great combination.”

The event takes place on Thursday 26 May at The Connaught Rooms in London from 12pm to 5pm, closing with drinks and networking opportunities.

If you would like to get your agency in front around 100 clients in May then please visit MiNetwork’s website or contact Chris Morton directly on 0141 559 6068 or email him.

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