Future proofing your digital marketing teams

Future proofing your digital marketing teams

  • Broadcast: Wednesday 16 September 2020
  • Daniel Rowles
In this highly practical webinar, award-winning speaker, author, and CIM Course Director Daniel Rowles will guide you through the latest research that shows what digital marketing skills your team need and how you can build a culture of constant learning.

Using practical tips, tools and techniques that you can take away and use straightaway, Daniel will outline not only what you your team need to know, but the easiest ways of improving their knowledge and keeping them up to date. Attendees will leave with a copy of the Digital Skills Benchmark, a practical guide to Digital Skills in 2020.

Listen on demand now to learn more about:

  • Marketing Skills in 2020
  • What the Digital Marketing Skills Benchmark tells us
  • The skills your team needs now
  • The skills they’ll need in the near future
  • The easiest ways to build their knowledge
  • How to keep them up to date.
Once you've listened, be sure to find out how our Corporate Training Solutions could help your team to stay ahead in a fast-paced industry. 
Daniel Rowles CEO Target Internet

About the Speaker

Daniel Rowles
Daniel Rowles CEO, Target Internet

Daniel Rowles has been working in digital marketing for the past 15 years, with extensive experience working both client side and within the agency environment, helping to plan and implement digital marketing strategies. 

He is also the voice of the Digital Marketing Podcast, a worldwide Top Ten business podcast in iTunes, managing director of TargetInternet.com and a lecturer at Imperial College and Cranfield School of Management.

For CIM, he is course director for a range of our digital courses and a regular contributor to the content hub through articles and webinars. CIM and Target Internet regularly collaborate on thought leadership, most notably the Digital Skills Benchmark.

Choose from a range of his articles, or listen to his webinars, below.


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