Second edition of Digitalks to be held

Digital marketing agency, Red Blue Blur Ideas (RBBi) will host their second edition of Digitalks on November 13, 2018 at the Westin Mina Seyahi Dubai. The digital focused conference series will feature a line-up of keynotes, discussions and workshops that focus on deriving maximum value and return from digital technologies on real technology applications to any kind of industry.

“The digital world has changed the marketing and business landscape and is a critical aspect to any business with an online presence,” says Naguib Toihiri, Head of Marketing, RBBi and Event Organiser. “The cutting-edge conference provides the insights professionals need to deliver results in this environment. Apart from various talks, the conference agenda also features workshops and roundtables (exclusive discussion with experts) and will take a deep dive into some of the pressing issues for digital professionals today.”

RBBi to launch Digitalks

Digital marketing agency, Red Blue Blur Ideas (RBBi) is set to launch a new digital-focused conference series, Digitalks on January 24, 2018 at the Novotel Hotel, World Trade Centre, Dubai. Digitalks aims to address MENA’s online market, while focusing on e-commerce and the challenges it faces in the region. The conference will also include presentations by Sofiane Haddadi, Head of Media at L’OREAL, Abdelaziz Mohammed, Regional Head Digital Marketing at SOUQ.COM and Amol Kadam, Co-Founder at RBBi, to deliver new perspectives of the digital industry as well as on e-commerce in MENA and the different ways to increase investments around the Middle East.

“The cutting-edge conference covers a wide range of topics that influence business decisions and will demonstrate the best in corporate digital strategies and tactics,” says Naguib Toihiri, Organiser and SEO Department Lead, RBBi. “With the e-commerce market estimated to be worth up to $10bn by next year, the topics are set to revolve around new innovative ways of thinking and formulating cutting edge digital strategies.”