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Brighton CRO Meetup

Date:
Thu 14 Nov 2019
Time:
18:30
Location:
The Skiff, Brighton
Price:
£6/£8

About the event

Now into it's sixth year, BrightonCRO retains it's simple agenda: help people break into the conversion rate optimisation (CRO) industry, learn more about it, and excel in it.

Come along to hear talks from some of the finest CRO, UX & Personalisation industry experts, network with the rapidly growing CRO community and get free pizza and alcoholic or soft drinks. Now, if that doesn't sound like an evening well spent, you need to have your head looked at.

Our speakers include:

TAI RATTIGAN

Global Head of Partnerships, Amplitude Analytics

Having grown up in Brighton it’s really exciting to come back to Brighton CRO to connect with people in my home town about a topic I love. Working at Optimizely and Amplitude over the last 7 years between Europe and San Francisco has given me some great experiences I look forward to sharing.

JOE DOVETON

CEO and Founder, Binary Bear

Joe’s digital experience extends back to Alta Vista, dial-up and fat monitors. He has worked for both major publishers, agencies and client side for start ups and major PLCs and has an holistic approach based on his experience of traffic driving disciplines like digital advertising and SEO, and extensive site-side experience of UX and conversion topics. A regular speaker and contributor to media like the Drum and eConsultany, Joe is one of the UK’s top consultants on cultural and international approaches to CRO.

MARK BONIFACE

Senior Consultant, Creative ITC

Mark is a Senior Consultant at Creative CX, an experimentation consultancy based in London. He helps customers understand how experimentation can help them create amazing customer experiences to deliver conversion uplift. Mark has worked in digital marketing and technology for 20 years, for agencies such as Reading Room and Jellyfish. He’s very often found reading books about mountaineering and climbed mount Kilimanjaro in Africa for charity in 2012 raising £9,000 for the Children’s Trust.