We are excited to announce our involvement in the digital marketing course at the Claude Littner Business School (CLBS), University of West London (UWL).
Our CEO, David Sequeira along with the data & digital teams will be educating students on media business strategy, the role of a media and planning agency and working effectively to deliver for clients. We are also joined on the module by data technology solutions provider, Onepoint and Daniel Levine, Founder & CEO of Tryb with expertise in content creation and influencer marketing.
We’re privileged to have been asked to participate in something which gives our team the opportunity to share our specialist digital marketing knowledge, a keen focus area for our agency as we continue to push forwards with digital innovation. It is brilliant to have a hand in introducing exciting future talent to the industry who one day may end up being digital leaders themselves. We value the importance of giving back as a business as part of our corporate responsibility strategy .
The course is run by university tutor, Colin Webb who has had an influential and entrepreneurial career in media, holding various Non-Exec, CEO and MD roles building businesses in media across FMCG, Healthcare, B2B and Financial Services sectors globally, among other ventures.
Other members of the MI team will be joining David to deliver specific sessions and workshops across a range of specialistic topics. The course will go into depth on improving reach via digital channels; optimisation, selection and integration of digital channels and developing data-driven digital channel optimisation plans. The aim is to provide students with real life experience to build their career profiles.
David comments “Being involved in this new digital marketing module at UWL is valuable for MI. It reminds us why we do what we do and it gives me and the agency the opportunity to give back by sharing our knowledge and experience. It’s going to be exciting to see students engage, hear their ideas and see the journey they’ll go on throughout.”