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DIGITAL MARKETING SUMMIT

22 - 24 November 2021

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Inspiring Ideas for Your Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing has a crucial role to play in persuading our audiences to take that next positive step: to convert a passing interest into a ticket purchase, a website hit into an actual visit, an appreciation into real involvement.

But the ever-changing nature of digital means that it can be hard to know where to focus your energy for the best results. This three day virtual conference will share inspiring case studies and actionable ideas to positively impact your museums marketing.

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Bring Best Practice to Your Desktop

The Digital Marketing Summit brings together speakers from museums around the world, as well as the marketing experts who advise them.

Delivered through our conference hub, delegates will be able to watch the sessions live and put questions to our speakers.

After the event all delegates will have on-demand access to the talks until the end of 2021, giving you almost three months to catch up on sessions that you missed or revisit favourites.

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Bring your team for £240

The Digital Marketing Summit will offer both an individual ticket and an institutional ticket.

An institutional ticket gives everyone in one organisation access to the event for £240. This includes the option of watching the event live as well as on-demand access to the films of the event for your entire staff.

An individual ticket gives one person access to the event for £120. This gives you the option to watch the event live as well as on-demand access to the films of the event after it has taken place.

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Fransje Pansters

Sharing ideas and lessons learned with peers is what I appreciate most in the Museum Next conferences and community. As we're facing more challenges now than ever, it's been SO good to hear what projects and solutions other museums have come up with. The conference has given me an energy boost, offered new insights and perspectives and most of all, it was a lovely reminder of how much I love working in the museum field.

Fransje Pansters Van Gogh Museum