Bangkok University International College invites you to learn how to concept a website & follow up with marketing using social media with Andrey Talalaev, the mastermind behind ImpressionsBKK, a gift experience project that opens Bangkok to a progressive gift giving ideas. The 2-Day intensive workshop explores ways of website development with high conversion rates using user interface design and social media marketing with it appliance in South East Asia.
All enrolled applicants will learn the online marketing strategy management which touch base on the how to choose the right instruments & utilizing the available budgets. Applicants will also be learning the user interface creation and website project management as well as develop their social media marketing skills and have a clear understanding about content management in the social media world in order to gain popularity in the online world.
With Andrey’s extensive knowledge and experience in Asia, he will provide useful tips and present real life case studies from around the region that will be useful for the participants. Be prepared to not only listen because in this workshop, you will be actively participating and dealing with tasks to ensure that you can take your skills up in the real world.
In addition to ImpressionsBKK, Andrey Talalaev is also writing and developing Bangkok’s very first blog about the local start up scene by the name of BangkokStartUp.com, along with other online marketing projects for leading companies. Interested applicants can join the Advanced with Andrey Talalaev on 17th & 18th August 2013 (2-day workshop) for 5,500 Baht, a certificate will be provided at the end of the course. This 2-day workshop will commence at Bangkok University International College, Rama IV Road (City Campus) from 10am till 5pm. For reservations & more information please contact Andrey directly at 088-884-7081 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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