infoodle is on the road again as we take time to meet up with our New Zealand clients and share the story of infoodle, where we've been and where we're going. This year we're making our events event more interesting and relevant to you.
In addition, this year we have found speakers who will add to the day by providing some practical information around the Art of Communication. This will teach us all the why's and how's of communication be it in facebook or radio and anything in between! Our speakers have a range of experiences in our sector as well as in marketing and I'm sure we will benefit greatly from them.
These are free events and are open to all, whether you are an infoodle client, or you are curious to find out more about our leading product. If you can register so we can ensure that we look after you whilst you are with us.
Christchurch Community House
301 Tuam Street
2nd March 9am to 3pm
Richard and Aukje will be there leading the days events, available for questions/discussions.
Whats new and whats in the development pipeline - Demonstration
Infoodle users discuss the benefits of infoodle, how they have used it and how it has made a difference to their situation
Opportunity to up skill with some training
"Nick has experience from Canada, via Australia to the UK in both marketing and communications roles. In film and television firstly for the BBC and then after returning to NZ with Auckland-based Creation Films. Over the past 12 years, Nick and the Creation Films team have worked with a large number of companies in New Zealand, from the newest startups to some of our most established brands to create video material that sells, informs and entertains. More recently he has been involved in the spearheading of Ezystream - a video on demand platform that allows companies to deliver video powerfully, professionally and with all the bells and whistles needs to engage directly with both existing and potential customers. His passion for learning has helped develop some great strategies for distilling complex corporate messaging into simple, crisp communications utilising both traditional and 21st century methods.”
Managing Director at Creation Films & Good TV also a Director of Solid Rock Media Group. Nick has experience in Film and Television as well as Communications and Marketing. He has developed some great strategies for distilling complex corporate messaging into simple, crisp communications using both traditional and 21st century methods.