Joanna Allen
October 1, 2019

Get Yourself To October’s Top Marketing Events in Australia

Attend Australia's top marketing events this October. We highlight the best marketing mix events to hear great speakers and network in your region.

You owe it to yourself to be attending industry events in your area. It’s an opportunity to top up your industry knowledge (without admitting gaps to anyone else), to self-motivate, to look good to your boss, make unexpected connections and even enjoy free drinks and food.
Cool social media and marketing events are hosted all over Australia so this month let’s set a personal KPI to attend just 1 event. We’ve checked out a ton and picked out our top 7 for October. Control-F your city or state to find local events, and please report back your feedback if you attend any!

LinkedIn for Professionals by City of Prospect

Wednesday, 2 October 2019 from 5:30pm to 8pm @ The Upside on Prospect, Prospect, South Australia.
Why this event rocks: This event speaks up for Linkedin which until now has been shunned as a social arena for lead generation. It’s presented by Mikyla Gilbert, dubbed the Ideas Chick, who is passionate about creating quirky, joyful content.
Badges: After work! Less than $20!

Master Your Marketing by The Local Business Network

Thursday 3 October 2019 from 7am to 8.30am @ Karma Collab Hub, Miami, Queensland.
Why this event rocks: Tailored for the entrepreneurial type, we love this event thanks to its interactive approach to learning. You should walk out with clarity around your marketing strategy.
Badges: Before work! Less than $20!

Future Forward Social by Future Forward Events and Media

Thursday, 10 October 2019 from 6pm to 9pm @ Federation Conference Center, Sydney, New South Wales.
Why this event rocks: Brought to you by Future Forward, #SocialSummit brings together top thinkers in social media to discuss the latest technology and trends to drive social engagements. Speakers include Chris Wirasinha, the co-founder of Pedestrian, and Tash Oakley, one of Australia’s most successful influencers and CEO of Monday Swimwear.
Badges: After work! Early bird discounts!

Launch into Digital Growth Marketing by Academy Xi

Saturday, 19 October 2019 from 10am to 5pm @ Academy Xi, Melbourne, Victoria.
Why this event rocks: Four words: All about the customer. So many marketing events forget this ultimate point. All campaigns must benefit the customer. This event hits the nail on the head. It will empower you to use appropriate marketing approaches that satisfy customer needs including our passion: social media.
Badges: Weekend! Great location!

State of Social Marketing in 2019 by Australian Association of Social Marketing

Friday, 25 October 2019 from 11.45am to 1:30 pm @ Sydney Business School, Circular Quay, New South Wales.
Why this event is great: It comes armed with expert insights on the back of June’s World Social Marketing Conference 2019. So don’t sweat about missing out on 2 days of 70 seminars, workshops and keynote addresses from over 350 international delegates in Edinburgh, UK. This event will deliver the key points in just a couple hours. Boom!
Badges: Lunchtime! Less than $20!

Grill The Marketer II - Grill Harder | Live Marketing Q&A by The Marketer

Monday, 28 October 2019 from 5.30pm to 8.30pm @ Percy Flint, South Fremantle, Western Australia.
Why this event rocks: Get frank and awesome answers to your burning marketing questions from two experts in this unconventional event format.
Badges: After work! Prizes!

Marketing Leaders Summit by Connect Media

All day, 29 and 30 October 2019 @ Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, Melbourne, Victoria.
Why this event rocks: With an amazing line up of C and D Level Marketers and Investors from the biggest brands in Australia. After a full schedule of panels, seminars and keynotes, plus all the networking, you will leave feeling motivated that you can also be a driving force within your own organisation and turbo-charge your business performance through modern customer-centric marketing.
Badges: C-Level speakers! Big brands!

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