Digital Marketing Frontiers discussion panel at DIT Aungier Street

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10 March 2014: The School of Marketing and the Marketing Institute of Ireland are pleased to announce an upcoming expert discussion panel, 'Digital Marketing Frontiers'.

The event takes place at the Aungier Street campus from 6.30pm on Wednesday 19 March.

The panel will be presenting their perspectives on the new and emergent fields of digital marketing practice with an exciting line up of speakers for the panel:

Deirdre Waldron - Managing Director @ Cawley Nea\TBWA

Rob Cuminsky -  EMEA Marketing Manager @ Hailo

Colin Hethington - Managing Director @ Zoo Digital

This will be followed by an interactive discussion, moderated by Tara Grehan, lecturer in digital metrics and analytics in the School of Marketing.

This event is hosted by the MSc Digital Marketing and Analytics and there will be an opportunity to meet the current participants and lecturers on the night.

As demand for digital skills is outstripping supply, this innovative Masters degree equips graduates with proven strategic frameworks and readily applicable toolkits for their digital marketing activity.

The Level 9 award is delivered through the partnership of DIT and The Marketing Institute of Ireland (MII) and runs over a 16 month period with the next intake due to begin the course this autumn.

What marks this programme out from other digital marketing courses is its combination of digital marketing strategy and a fresh focus on analytics, an increasingly vital part of digital marketeers’ skillsets.

Places are limited so please email etain.kidney@dit.ie to reserve your spot. Find out more information or follow @ditdigital.

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