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Small Business Big Marketing Expo Melbourne Exhibition Center

Thursday 22 August, 2013

See Your Online Shop at the Small Business BIG Marketing event

Small Business BIG Marketing is an inspirational and fun half-day event incorporating seminars by leading marketers, a marketing services exhibition, free mentoring and networking opportunities. Presentations will include opportunities for questions as well as an exciting case study panel discussion.

Hear about the latest marketing trends, gain practical skills and learn how to develop effective marketing strategies to maximise their business potential.

This inspirational half-day event includes seminars by leading marketers such as The Gruen Transfer’s Russel Howcroft, a marketing services exhibition and many networking opportunities.

ecommerce expo melbourne
When:
August 29   8:00am to 1:00pm

Where:
Melbourne Convention Centre 
Level 2, 1 Convention Centre Place
South Wharf Vic 3006 

List of Speakers

The speakers will provide advice and insights from personal experiences specifically for small businesses.

This year's speakers include:

Russel Howcroft presents at Small Business Big Marketing

Steve Smmartino

Russel Howcroft (Executive General Manager, Network Ten)

Through his appearances on ABC1's hugely successful The Gruen Transfer and his appointment as Executive General Manager of Network Ten in January of 2013, Russel Howcroft has become the very public face of brand marketing and advertising in Australia. Indeed, according to media mogul Harold Mitchell, Russel Howcroft has become a brand himself, awarding him a much coveted Charlie Award on the basis of personal brand creation.

Steve Sammartino (Strategy & Digital Director, Grey Group Australia),

Steve has invested the past 20 years working in the world of marketing & advertising. He is now the Strategy & Digital Director for the Grey Group Australia. He has worked with Kraft, Fosters, P&G (Gillette) and Kimberly Clark and is a Marketing Lecturer at Melbourne University. In addition to traditional marketing experience, he has an enormous amount of knowledge in digital and startup based arenas, having designed, built and sold his own startup - rentoid.com. Steve is a fresh thinker who has a real grip on the changes in the business & technology landscape and is an expert in making sense of it all.

Abigail Forsyth presents at Small Business Big Marketing

Toby Travanner

Abigail Forsyth (Founder & CEO of KeepCup)

In 1998, Abigail Forsyth and brother Jamie Forsyth started Bluebag, a fresh and healthy cafe concept across the Melbourne CBD. Concerned with the environmental impact of wasteful food packaging, they began searching for more sustainable ways to serve food and beverages. In 2007, they took the bold step of designing and manufacturing their own reusable cup. After two intensive years of design and development, the KeepCup was launched in June 2009. The KeepCup has been lauded for its thoughtful design, sound sustainability credentials and for giving momentum to the essential behaviour change from discard to reuse. They have offices in three countries; Fitzroy, Los Angeles and London.

Toby Travanner (The Learning Company)

Toby is one of the best all round conference Masters of Ceremony and facilitators in Australia today. His primary area of expertise is coaching individuals and teams to realise their business and personal goals, especially in the areas of sales and marketing. Being well versed in many industries and with over 21 years of experience in consulting to provide peak personal performance, Toby is able to capture and motivate audiences with real, 'take home' techniques and attitudes. Toby has a degree in scientific research and is also a Member of the Adjunct Faculty at the Australian Graduate School of Management.



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