Emma Pearce

Emma Pearce founded Pearce Marketing in 2008 to offer flexible, targeted and measurable marketing support to SMEs. She has an excellent reputation as a speaker to business audiences on topics such as digital marketing, marketing planning, social media advertising and, most recently, GDPR.

Pearce Marketing’s services include customer research (focus groups, telephone interviews etc.), marketing planning, social media audits and training, plus an outsourced marketing service to ensure all your traditional and digital marketing tasks get done (eg email marketing, SEO, social media advertising, websites and more).

The Pearce Marketing team has a fantastically diverse client base including manufacturers and IT companies, to farm shops, professional service firms and private schools. Emma’s career includes posts with global organisations and regional firms in various sectors.

There is currently marketing funding for manufacturers that will pay 35% of Pearce Marketing’s fees - find out more on stand 271.


Practical & Effective Marketing: Planning, Digital Marketing Checklist, GDPR Compliance

This lively session will provide you with a clear 8-step strategic marketing planning process, your essential digital marketing checklist and a practical guide to GDPR compliance.

Are you planning properly? Are you combining traditional and digital marketing techniques? Would you like to better understand SEO and social media advertising? Is GDPR still on your to-do list?

Take away insights that will ensure that your marketing is laser targeted, cost-effective and measurable.


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