How to take your webinars global

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Companies have always struggled with scaling their marketing beyond their own region or country, and in a global marketplace, that means lost revenue.

On Tuesday, November 13, at 11am PT, attend Taking Your Webinars Global and learn best practices for extending the reach of your content across multiple theaters. This session will feature

  • Best practices for repurposing webinar content
  • Multiple ways to localize webinars in various languages
  • How to share webinar content with regional marketing teams
  • How to think global while acting local

This is your chance to work more effectively with your regional marketing teams and get more value from your webinar content. Register now.

Date:        Tuesday 20 November, 2018
Time:        11:00am GMT | 12:00pm CET
Duration : 1 Hour 

Presenter: Mark Bornstein, chief webinerd and VP of Content Marketing, ON24

As the VP of Content Marketing at ON24, Bornstein is the chief evangelist and marketing strategist in support of ON24’s Webinar Marketing Platform.

Mark brings over 20 years of content marketing, corporate communications and account management experience at leading companies, including Cisco, GE Access and Compatible Systems.

He has presented at many of today’s biggest marketing conferences and, for the past six years, has been the host of the ON24 Webinar Best Practices Series webcast which has thousands of followers across the globe.

Complete the form below to get involved.


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