ADMA's 30Below group brings World War D to Melbourne on Thursday May 8 at Australia Post

30Below_horizontal-thumb-400x117-142097.jpgADMA's 30Below group in Victoria is organising a World War D night to help young marketers, advertisers and creatives skill up in digital marketing.

Date: Thursday, 8 May
Time: 5.45pm-7.45pm
Venue: Australia Post, 111 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Tickets: $20 (includes drinks and canapés).

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Says Jodie Sangster, ADMA CEO: "World War D presents a great opportunity for young Victorians to learn about the opportunities in digital marketing, how to create effective campaigns and how to avoid the pitfalls. The speakers are among the leading digital experts in Australia today."

The speakers are:

Paul Strike, co-founder, User Experience (UX) director, bDigital
Strike is the head of UX and strategy, responsibly for translating business requirements into intuitive interactive solutions across all digital channels. With 12 years of interactive design experience, Strike drives key business initiatives across connected devices including mobile, tablet and desktop environments and emerging technologies. He has worked with many prestigious brands including ANZ, Telstra Media, The Starlight Foundation, World Vision, Australia Post, Fuji Xerox and Cadbury.

Lauren Lever, co-founder, creative director, bDigital
As head of creative design and strategy, Lever is responsible for delivering all creative solutions across the various channels. A self-described 'creative geek/strategist' with over 13 years of experience in interactive digital design in the UK and Australia, Lever has led many highly specialised design teams to create optimal customer experience initiatives across desktop, mobility devices, ATMs and emerging user interfaces.

David Moore, account director and digital marketing manager,  OMD/Resolution Media
Specialising in all aspects of online marketing and advertising, Moore works closely with clients to define, enhance and achieve marketing strategies and various business goals.

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