In November 2015, we held our first BHUG (Birmingham HubSpot User Group) meeting (oh how time flies!)
And it was a great success, allowing us to foster connection with like-minded individuals from a plethora of professional backgrounds.
Now, for those of you who aren’t quite familiar with the BHUGs yet, let us explain. Held in an informal environment, HubSpot User Group meetings are friendly, accessible meetups that allow HubSpot partners (like Catalyst) to demystify Inbound, network, share insights, and help businesses like yours move toward more effective marketing.
And here’s the good news.
Yes, that’s right, we’re holding another one this month: a bigger and better meetup in collaboration with the Oxford HubSpot User Group.
And you’re invited.
Held on Monday 14th March, the meetup is a unique opportunity to connect with fellow Inbound enthusiasts from both the West Midlands and the South. You’ll also be able to discover rare insights from our special HubSpot guests Eadaoin Murphy, Senior Manager of EMEA Partner Marketing and Brian Gallagher, HubSpot Sales Engineer.
To whet your appetite, we’ve provided a brief overview of some of the presentations you can expect to see at the meetup:
• Sales Enablement – Eric Murphy, BabelQuest
• B2B Website Design For Conversion Rate Optimisation – Jonathan Elder, Elder Digital Marketing
• How to find the keywords to use in campaigns – Vaughn Armstrong, Toast Inbound
• Creating authentic content in minutes – Chris Grant, Passle
So, whether you’re a seasoned HubSpot User looking for a forum to discuss best practices, or are simply curious about the value Inbound can offer your business, we’d be delighted for you to attend. You can find the details below.
Date: Monday 14th March 2016
Time: 18.30 – 21.00
Location: The Mockingbird Theatre & Bar, The Custard factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham, B9 4AA
Don’t Miss Out
Remember, there are very limited spaces and they’re allocated on a first-come, first serve basis. If you’d like to reserve your space, simply register by clicking the button below.