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Institute offers free training course tasters at Internet World exhibition
The Chartered Institute of Marketing is offering free taster sessions for its digital marketing training courses at this year’s Internet World exhibition, 27-29 April, at London’s Earl’s Court 2.
Taking place in the Digital Marketing 2 theatre at Earl’s Court 2, the Chartered Institute of Marketing will be providing free taster sessions on 'Social Media: what’s hot and what works' and 'Five digital actions you need to take' on Thursday 29 April. The sessions will be available on a first-come-first-served basis on the day at the theatre entrance.
Speaking ahead of the event, David Thorp, director of research and professional development said: "In these still difficult times marketers are increasingly looking to the internet and digital marketing to drive sales. Getting your digital message and website noticed is essential in the current climate, and our free taster sessions will show visitors just how they can go about achieving this."
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