HONG KONG, Oct. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Today in Hong Kong, 80 % read and send emails from their smartphone, while 77% won’t leave their home without it. How can today’s Email Marketer reach out to "The Now Customer", who wants everything right now, right here?

The answer will be presented in our free seminar, where Kim Mortensen, the CEO of APSIS, takes you through the most recent trends within smartphone adoption and Marketing Automation.

  • The latest on smartphone penetration
  • How Marketing Automation increases Opening Rates and Click Through Rates.
  • Inspiring case studies

Our seminars usually attract more than 300 marketing managers and business owners.

Who is The NOW Customer?

The NOW customer is picky, mobile and has extremely high expectations. They expect personal and super relevant communication — just in time. For us marketers, they are a great challenge, but one which can lead to great opportunities if you have the right Email Marketing and Marketing Automation strategy.

When and where
Date: Wednesday, November 12th

We will run two identical sessions, to give everyone the chance to attend:

Session 1: Breakfast/networking from 09:00. Presentation starts at 09:30.

Session 2: Snacks/networking from 15:30. Presentation starts at 16:00.

Location: Shouson Theatre, Hong Kong Arts Centre 2 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Register for free today!

Media  Contact
Baris Unal
Country Manager, APSIS, Hong Kong
Mobile: +852-5804-3558
Email: baris.unal@apsis.com

APSIS delivers industry leading services and easy-to-use technology within Email Marketing, Marketing Automation & Lead Management.

Our digital marketing tools are used by more than 6,000 small, medium and large businesses in over 50 countries around the world.

Read more at http://www.apsis.com

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Source for the statistics on mobile usage: Google, Our mobile planet Hong Kong, May 2013

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