Using data to strengthen digital strategy
Conference Date
4th & 5th April 2017
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney
Early Bird - Save $200
Book by 03/03/17


As the higher education market becomes increasingly competitive, institutions must work to create new avenues to market to and engage with students. As the sector continues to grapple with marketing automation adoption, it is imperative to firstly have an effective data-driven marketing strategy in place.

Data-driven strategies and marketing automation together will provide institutions with the opportunity to produce real time feedback on the efficiency and success of their digital marketing campaigns and use this information to inform future strategy.

This conference will explore leading higher education and industry case studies to assist you in strengthening your digital marketing going forward.

Attend and learn how to:

  • Create and implement data-driven strategies
  • Use marketing automation to drive results
  • Track the prospective student journey
  • Measure outcomes and ROI
  • Develop content management strategies
  • Create personalised and timely content

Who will attend?

Senior representatives from universities, TAFEs, private colleges and online education providers with responsibilities for:

  • Marketing
  • Digital Marketing
  • Web/ Online/ Digital
  • Student Recruitment
  • Future Students
  • Social Media
  • Content Creation
  • Content Management

Attend to learn:

  • Build an effective data-driven marketing strategy

  • Use marketing automation & personalisation to drive results

  • Create & manage effective content

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Key Speakers

Matthew Lee
Chief Marketing Officer
RMIT University
Kylie McKenzie
Deputy Director Marketing & Recruitment
University of Canberra
Carly Rogowski
General Manager Marketing & Communications
Chaminda Ranasinghe
Head of Digital Sales & Marketing


What People Are Saying

  • “A great range of speakers, case studies and networking opportunities. I came away with excitement and aspirations to put some of the ideas and concepts to use straight away.”

    Courtney Wooton
    Senior Marketing and Communication Officer, UTS - Digital Marketing Strategies for Higher Education conference 2016


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