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The Marketing Society Introduce The Exclusive Clubhouse

13 July, 2012 - Source: The Marketing Society

We have opened the doors to our new digital clubhouse and we warmly invite you to come and have a peek. Members, it’s yours, you’re free to roam and explore.

  • The Marketing Society
    The Marketing Society

We have opened the doors to our new digital clubhouse and we warmly invite you to come and have a peek. Members, it’s yours, you’re free to roam and explore. If you’re not a member, sorry but you’ll just be able to catch a snippet of the content and look from the outside. It’s a big change for The Marketing Society to keep the content locked and exclusive to our influential network of senior marketers. But that’s what membership is all about. Can we tempt you?

Members, we hope once you’ve found your way around, you’ll spend lots of time there. It’s been designed to be a useful, calm, informative space where you can find content to help you in your work, and a social space, where you can mingle with like-minded people.

The vision was to bring the offline live event experience into an online environment. Simple to navigate, it invites you to explore, make a beeline for what you need, and also stumble across brilliant content you might not have thought to look for. On every floor you’ll find something different.

Visit the library to read thought-provoking content, mingle and share ideas in the clubroom, stretch your mind with online workshops in the gym, and sit back and watch inspiring videos in our cinema.

This week in the clubhouse, discover three ways to drive growth, read an interview with Jill McDonald, chief Executive, McDonald’s, watch the video of our Annual Lecture with Paul Polman, and read a review of Sir Terry Leahy’s book, Management in 10 Words.

Of course, let us know if you’d like any help finding your way around. If you’ve any feedback or ideas, get in touch and you can also tweet @themarketingsoc using the hashtag #myclubhouse.

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