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The iDigital Summit are proud to announce STRANGE (creative digital marketing agency) as our main sponsor

Posted by August 16, 2012
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iDigital Main Sposor:

Strange is a creative digital marketing agency. Clients achieve exceptional results from our award  winning planning, creative, web development, ecommerce and digital marketing services.

Clients benefit from our approach and experience.  Whether it’s a CPA focused marketing campaign, a complex ecommerce integration project or just brilliant creative, we help our clients achieve their business objectives.

Currently ranked in the top 15 independent agencies by RAR and voted Digital Agency of the Year by The Drum, we work with a diverse range of B2B and B2C clients including Barclays, Belron, Brittany Ferries, Fuji Film, Google, MTV and Nike.

The iDigital Summit is a B2B networking event bring together Digital Marketing Companies and decision makers of buyer companies actively seekng digital marketing services. The format is a series of 30min meetings over a day and a half with a pre-determined itinerary to ensure both suppliers and buyers have the opportunity to choose and speak with relevant parties and forge business relations. If you are a buyer or supplier interested in being a part of The iDigital Summit, contact us via the web-site, we’re here to facilitate the meetings.

For further information contact the iDigital Team  E. idigital@forumevents.co.uk

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