Written by Fredrik Holmboe | Stockholm
on February 05, 2019

You UP for some exposed mistakes?

When working with digital strategies, challenges and mistakes exist and slow us down. So why is it important to push the boundaries and increase the risk of failure? Because, as Albert Einstein once said: “anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new,” and the aim of every company is to create something new and innovative.

Even though to err is human, there are still many obstacles that your company can avoid, especially through learning from the mistakes of others.

After all, you can’t live long enough to make all the mistakes yourself!

webinar mistakes to avoid digital marketing

That is why we would like to invite you to learn from the three most common mistakes we see working with our clients. 

Our company has been involved in many digital projects, both nationally and internationally, and each and every one of them entails obstacles that we, as teams, had to cope with.

So join us for this one-hour webinar where we will share our insights on failures waiting to happen and how to avoid them.Webinar time and date 2

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This is what we will cover:

 There’s no longer room for screw-ups in marketing. To avoid them, this is where you should focus your marketing efforts to make an impact:

  • One size does not fit all. Dare to focus to penetrate your target market.
  • How you organize a robust digital engine
  • Hand over leads from marketing that sales love to act on

Sounds interesting - register to the webinar now!


Learn more and register today


Speaking during the webinar:

Fredrik Holmboe: Senior Digital & Inbound Strategist at UP. Almost obsessively passionate about digital Fredrik have worked in highly regulated markets more than ten years and helped companies go from "We want, but don't know how" to implementing well grounded, researched digital strategies focused on "The right few" rather than reaching vanity KPIs.


Looking forward to seeing you UP in the cloud! :)


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