15 Fetter Lane
London, England

Our next event is just 10 days away on Wednesday 28th March in London. We have a great speaker lined up for you, Dick Stroud, who is going to share his insight and wisdom on marketing to seniors and what that means to us in the media and mobile world. Dick is a published author and general guru on marketing to seniors and you can find out more about him here http://www.20plus30.com/. If you have anything in particular you'd like Dick to cover, please let Gillian or I know and we'll forward your comments and questions to him.

Our sponsor for the evening is the wonderful Amdocs http://www.amdocs.com and they will be hosting the evening and providing refreshments at their offices at 15 Fetter Lane EC4A 1BW which is in the heart of the City of London between Chancery Lane, Farringdon and Blackfriars. We'll kick off at 6pm for mingling and networking and our speaker will be start at 6.45pm. Ideally we would like to podcast the event too for those members who can't make the event (especially our friends in other countries) so we're on the hunt for a volunteer to do that for us. If you're interested in giving it a go, then please contact me helen [at] beepmarketing[dot]com to discuss further.

If you'd like to come, then please RSVP with WiMD YES in the subject line to Gillian Kennedy gillian[dot] kennedy [at] blueyonder [dot] co [dot] uk so that we can work out numbers for the evening (so we have enough refreshments for you all)and also to give names to Amdocs for security reasons.

Please feel free to forward this invitation on to your female colleagues and friends who work in mobile data, marketing, content and associated sectors – we’d love to meet them too. Men are welcome to attend this event also provided they are accompanied by a woman member.

The event is free to attend, but you must be registered beforehand. Adding your name on upcoming.org DOES NOT register you for the event.

Official Website: http://www.womeninmobiledata.com

Added by technokitten on March 19, 2007



There's a round-up of the event here http://technokitten.blogspot.com/2007/04/marketing-to-over-50s-podcast-available.html including a link to download the podcast which is free.