Performance in fashion conference – Engaging with the Fashion Bloggers

July 8, 2011 at 2:59 pm Leave a comment

Hi was really happy (and honoured) to be invited as a speaker for the A4U Performance in Fashion conference on July 6. Not only I met with fantastic people but also being able to share my experience with fellow marketeers was fantastic.

Not to mention the venue was fantastic (felt like Heaven), strawberries and cream for dessert and lobster for lunch (yes please!), very comfy chairs and aftershock goody bags. God I did feel like a (pregnant) Princess!

Thank you to Matt Wood, Sarah Parsonage and their team for their hard work and my fantastic partners in crime Helen Evans and Jess Markwood . You can invite me any time (pending audience feedbacks of course).

In case anyone is interested, here are my slides:

Fashion bloggers engagement

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