Digital Gaggle, the bi-annual conference run by SEO and digital marketing agency Noisy Little Monkey, is back this November 7 with a new venue – Bristol’s iconic Watershed.

The conference, aimed at in-house and agency marketing professionals working across B2B, professional services and e-commerce sectors, offers expert speakers and some great opportunities for networking. Eight influential speakers will be sharing their advice on everything from video and email marketing, to brand voice and digital strategy, and the event will also include interactive sessions and a delicious buffet lunch.

Noisy Little Monkey’s Events Manager, Claire Dibben, said “We’re incredibly excited about the upcoming conference and its new venue. The Watershed is renowned across the South West and beyond as a creative and cultural hub, and what better place to hold the eighth Digital Gaggle conference, with its emphasis on growing businesses via cutting-edge, content-driven digital marketing techniques.

“We’re bringing together the best marketing minds in the South West to explore what the future holds for digital marketing, and attendees can expect to leave inspired and armed with tangible, actionable tips to help them generate more leads for their organisations.”

James Taljaard, General Manager at Watershed, said “We are delighted to be hosting Digital Gaggle’s November conference. Like Digital Gaggle, we believe that collaboration is key to a thriving digital industry, and look forward to welcoming all delegates and attendees to Watershed on 7th November.”

Over 200 business owners and professional marketers are expected to attend the bi-annual event, which has an impressive line-up of speakers for the forthcoming conference, including Alan Thorpe, MD of Bray Leino CX; Victoria Olsina, Growth Marketer at Consensys, Stafford Sumner, CEO of Jarrang; Sunjay Singh, Creative Director at Life Media UK; Hannah Tempest, Head of Mobile Experience at Nomensa; and Bethany Joy, Wordsmith Extraordinaire.

Tickets for the event, which is sponsored by Bray Leino CX, Somerset Design, and t&s Creative Communications are available now.