Technology for Marketing (TFM), the UK’s premier event dedicated to showcasing the cutting-edge marketing-related and CRM technology solutions, will be held on the 7-8 February 2006 at London, Olympia. With over 200 suppliers of technology products & services, 48 free seminars, the IDM Academy and two high profile keynote addresses, TFM provides marketing, customer service and sales professionals with the technology tools to understand, target, reach and interact with their customers.
TFM divides technology solutions into four key areas; CRM, Database Marketing & Marketing Analytics, Customer Contact Solutions and E-mail, Mobile & Web Marketing. Finding the right solution is made easy by a colour coded floor-plan highlighting marketing, customer services or sales technologies.
Key features of TFM 2006 will include:
- 200 of the leading industry suppliers - launching and/or demonstrating the latest products and services in the market. Exhibitors include smartFOCUS, Frontrange, MapInfo, Sage, Vodafone Target, IPT Services, Dun & Bradstreet, Ebiquita, Microsoft, QAS, Capscan, Acxion and RightNow Technologies.
- The Learning Zone – a series of 48 free seminars in four themed theatres will be on offer to enhance the material on exhibition. They will focus on CRM, Database Marketing & Marketing Analytics and E-mail, Mobile & Web Marketing, plus new for 2006, the Institute of Direct Marketing will be running the IDM Academy- a series of dynamic workshop sessions.
- Free Daily Keynotes – each lunchtime an industry guru will give an informative keynote address.
- VIP Scheme - senior buyers and top management can relax in the enhanced VIP area, sponsored by Aprimo.
"Whether you're in marketing, customer service, sales, IT or corporate management, a new user investigating marketing-related and CRM technology for the first time, or more experienced and tackling the latest developments, Technology For Marketing delivers all the solutions," explains Simon Mills, Event Director. "By attending TFM 2006, visitors will have the unique opportunity to learn and understand how technology and marketing can be integrated to achieve business and marketing objectives more successfully."
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