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[HUG] Diversity & Inclusivity in the Marketing Sector | May 11th @ 3:00pm (BST) / 10:00am (ET)

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Diversity & Inclusivity in the Marketing Sector - how can we do better?

Bristol HUG | Wednesday, May 11th | 3:00 PM (BST) / 10:00 AM (ET)

Registration Open


As a part of the HubSpot User Group(s) (HUGs) program, the Bristol HUG led by HubSpot Partner, Noisy Little Monkey, is excited to host their next event! 


About the Event


Being more inclusive in your marketing isn't simply about ticking a few boxes, it often leads to better profitability and employee engagement. Whether your business is just starting out on its inclusivity journey, has hit a roadblock, or maybe doesn't even know it has a problem it can be tough to discuss how to move forward in a "safe space".


The panel for this discussion have heaps of digital marketing experience and have spoken at events around the world. During this session, we're going to discuss some of their experiences and how we can all do better at diversity and inclusivity in the marketing sector.


The Hosts


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The HUG program helps customers connect and find a support group for topics that matter to them. It helps us solve for the community and in 2022 you will see that more than ever. Right now, it supports 150+ city-based user groups worldwide but we've ambitious plans to grow throughout 2022. This program serves to unite, educate and inspire customers with each other to help promote community-driven learning and development. 


Register Now!


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