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26.4.2018 - 7:00 Matti Aalto-Setälä

#PowerAW – an inspirational get-together for modern marketers

The marketing automation idea group, also called Power After Work, comes together every last Friday of the month at 15 in Helsinki. 

Do you work with marketing automation and want to grow and develop as a modern marketer? PowerAW is created for you! In the relaxed after work setup the participants can discuss everything that concerns marketing automation, share achievements and challenges and ask for advice. The informal group has previously for example discussed marketing automation onboarding, what kind of programs they have created and how they plan to use marketing automation after the onboarding process.

When: Every last Friday of the month at 3 pm
Where: Why join the navy when you can be a pirate, Eerikinkatu 5, Helsinki

Join us for PowerAW - every last friday of the month at 15:00! You will find us at the bar Why join the navy when you can be a pirate in the heart of Helsinki.

Be there and be inspired!

PS. Use #PowerAW for social media posts from the event

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Marketing Automation Strategy
Modern Marketer
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Digitalisaation keskipisteessä oleva Matti kirjoittaa näkemyksistään tämän päivän markkinoinnista. Matti auttaa päivätyönään Suomen parhaita yrityksiä modernin markkinoinnin ihmeellisessä maailmassa. Yötyönään hän vetäytyy studioonsa musiikin vielä ihmeellisempään maailmaan. Ennen vanhaan markkinoinnissa ei ollut kyse teknologiasta – eikä ole nytkään. Kaiken keskiössä on asiakas ja hänen tunteensa. Asiakkaiden kokemus on pyhä asia.

Being at the center of digitalization, Matti writes about his views on today’s marketing. In his day job Matti helps top Finnish companies succeed in the marvelous world of modern marketing. During night time, he retreats to his studio to engage in the even more wonderful world of music.

Previously marketing was not about technology - nor is it today. At the heart of everything is the client and his or hers feelings. The customer's experience is a sacred thing.

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