dotdigital Summit 2019: an interview with Adam Baylis

Adam Baylis

At the dotdigital
Summit 2019, we’ll be hosting breakout sessions hearing from Marketers who are
blowing us away with their outstanding customer engagements, including Adam
Baylis, Group CRM & Insights Manager at The Jockey Club.

We sat down with Adam to get an exclusive insight into how they’re listening to customers and talking to them on channels that resonate.

Adam, can you give us some background about The Jockey Club and your role?

The Jockey Club,
established in 1750, stages thrilling sporting occasions including the Randox
Health Grand National, The Cheltenham Festival presented by Magners and The
Investec Derby.

As one of the UK’s
leading leisure companies we also play host to some of the biggest names in
music at our The Jockey Club Live events. This year we’re looking forward to
welcoming the likes of Madness, Jess Glynne and – rather appropriately – dotdigital
Summit headline speaker, Nile Rodgers.

My role as Group CRM & Insights Manager sits within the wider Group Marketing team at The Jockey Club. We support the marketing teams in each of the four ‘regions’ that encompass our 15 racecourses.

What has been your biggest challenge over the past year?

Outdoor events are
a massive part of the tourism, hospitality and leisure industry. Going to the
races is usually a big part of that for a lot of people. It’s a chance to get
outside, get some sunshine and generally have some fun.

But, with the
never-ending heatwave last year, and the unexpected success of the England
football team in the FIFA World Cup, we found ourselves facing some stiff
competition for people’s time.

This was a challenge
for the whole of the tourism, hospitality and leisure industry, not just us at
The Jockey Club.

The knock-on effect
of this was that, as summer drew to a close, we had to discover new ways to
connect and engage with our customers again.

How did you go about overcoming this challenge?

With 15 courses
around the country, we needed to make sure we weren’t adopting a
‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. We needed to apply our group tone-of-voice in an
appropriate manner in order to reconnect with our audience, particularly the
local communities near to our courses.  

This is especially important
for us, because in a single region, like the North-West, we have three courses
– Aintree, Carlisle and Haydock – which are all about three hours apart. There
isn’t as big an overlap among their audiences as we see at some of our London
courses – so maintaining strong relationships with our local communities is vital.

We knew we needed
to find a new, powerful channel that could deliver close and personal messages.

What do you think customers will gain from your talk?

I hope people leave
my talk excited to try the new channels that are ready and waiting for
marketers to tap into.

I think it’s really
important that we try and experiment with different channels to discover what
works for different audiences.

With the complexity
of the modern world there is a vital need for marketers to be nimble. We’re
never talking to one single audience. Every audience has groups within it that
will respond in different ways to different channels. For example, for us, the audiences
at Haydock racecourse responded really strongly to SMS.

If someone’s main
touchpoint with your brand is through your app, then speak to them on your app.
If they interact with your SMS, talk to them there.

We’ve worked hard
to understand our audiences and discover more effective and dynamic ways to
engage them and I hope people leave my session planning to do the same.

What are your plans for the future?

We go into
everything we do open to every opportunity.

One thing that we will
continue to be committed to is understanding what works for audiences. Today,
there are so many channels, that connections are made on an individual level.
What channels work best can’t be narrowed down to demographics or age ranges,
and this is what we plan to explore in the future.

At this point, it is impossible to get away from mobile messaging. It’s just sitting there, in the customers pocket. We need to figure out which channels work and target those segments accordingly. Whether that’s SMS, WhatsApp, or push, it’s all about going where the customer wants you.


Join Adam Baylis for his breakout session at the dotdigital Summit on Wednesday 20 March. Not got your tickets yet? Get them today.

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The secret to success is you: join our personal development sessions at the dotdigital Summit

At this year’s dotdigital Summit, we’re decided to focus a
whole track on helping you dedicate time to your personal development. After
all, what good is an awesome marketing strategy, if you don’t have the skills,
power, or confidence to achieve it?

Whether you’re taking your first steps, or have been committed to personal development for years, these breakout sessions will leave you excited and ready to achieve your personal goals.

What to expect

Unlike your standard personal development workshops, we won’t
be talking at you about ambiguous self-help theories. Instead, we’ll be plunging
into topics like mental health, resilience against adversity, and the power of curiosity.

We believe that there is no better way to learn, than by living. During these sessions, we’ll be delivering real experiences that you can’t learn from books or podcasts. Our speakers will be sharing their stories and their secrets to success and fulfilment. You’ll leave the talks fully equipped with new techniques to enrich your skill base, and the freshest insight into how to be the best version of you, you can be.

Who will be there?

We’ve recruited some of the best speakers around to help you continue your self-development journey. Richard Pancatti, from mental health charity, Mind, will be helping us start conversations about mental health. Cate Murden, founder of PUSH Mind and Body will be talking about how her own experiences with stress and how building resilience, motivation and happiness can help you overcome it.

Vanessa Vallely, founder of WeAreTheCity and one of the UK’s most prominent figures in gender equality, will be discussing how to build and protect a profile at work that helps drive your success, as well as how to stop feeling bad for “tooting your own horn”. And,
Ian Leslie, journalist and author of Curious: The Desire to Know and Why Your Future Depends On It,reveals how an open mind and curiosity can drive success, at work, or at anything you do.

It’s time to start investing in yourself as well as your
business.

Come along to one, two, or all four sessions and set your intentions for the year ahead.  Get in the right frame of mind to make 2019 a triumphant year.

Have you bought your tickets yet? Get them today.

Still not sure?

Come along and:

  • Experience live, and immersive self-development
    sessions and learn like you can’t from books and podcasts
  • Hear from top motivational speakers and personal
    development experts
  • Meet people in the same boat as you, and learn
    together from your shared experiences
  • Have fun! – Focus on yourself and have fun
    during the process towards self-discovery
  • Get a personalized education program about
    specific techniques to advance your confidence and career
  • Set your intentions for the year ahead
  • Learn how to improve your business by improving
    yourself first
  • Enrich your skills and understand yourself
  • Take control for your own personal development
  • Start investing in you as well as your business
  • Break complacency
  • Listen to inspiring stories by people who have
    been where you are today

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dotdigital Summit 2019: an interview with Mark Roberts

Ahead of the 2019 dotdigital Summit, we sat down with Mark Roberts, co-founder of Beer Hawk. Leading the charge of our ‘brilliant fundamentals’ breakout sessions, we wanted to know a little bit more about Mark, where he’s come from and get a little insight into the wisdom he’ll be sharing at the Summit.

Mark Roberts, Co-founder of Beer Hawk

So, you and Chris France founded Beer Hawk around 6 years ago, what were you doing before then?

After I graduated in 2000, I joined the Grad team
at Procter & Gamble. After working there in various sales & marketing
roles for 5 years, I moved into consultancy where I specialized in marketing
and innovation, advising brands such as Coca-Cola and Kimberly Clark, before
moving into the finance industry around the time of the financial crisis. Great
timing! During my time at HBOS and then Lloyds Banking Group, I was involved in
a number of different areas including innovation, existing customers and customer
marketing.

It was during my time as Marketing Director at Laithwaite’s Wine that I got the inspiration to start Beer Hawk. Not satisfied with the beer offerings of the supermarkets, there was a growing demand for unknown and undiscovered craft beer brands. With so many small, amazing craft breweries out there, I couldn’t understand why there wasn’t a similar offering to Laithwaites, but for beer drinkers. So that’s what I did.

And why were you interested in marketing in the first place?

My interest in marketing is two-fold. Generally,
I’ve always been interested in psychology and in particular the psychology
behind consumer behavior. The other side that really interests me is the way great
consumer brands make things, especially the new and adaptive ways they innovate.

Could you explain what your job entails?

It’s a good question, as one of the things I like
to do is continually try to make myself redundant, by hiring better people than
me!  I always find up with something new
to do!  At Beer Hawk, I now look after
all our Marketing, B2B Sales, Product, Tech and Finance.  My business partner, Chris, looks after our
Customer Service, Operations and Buying teams. On a day to day basis, I really
spend my time thinking about our People, how are team is working, and the big
strategic things that we need to do differently.

Do you have a favorite experience from your career so far, I know you’ve won quite a few awards so that might be quite difficult for you to choose?

It is. It’s a really difficult question, but if I
had to choose something, it would be the moment someone really credible
promoted our brand for the first time.

In six weeks, Chris and I had taken Beer Hawk from
an idea, to a fully functioning website selling craft beers from around the
world. We were using social media, door drops and visiting product fairs to
spread the word about our new business. We were doing well, but we knew we
needed someone with a significant customer base to give us a much-needed boost.

And that was when we signed a deal with East Coast
Main Line trains (now LNER). As part of their rewards scheme, the train line
offered deals and discounts to customers who racked up points with every
journey – and Beer Hawk was now part of it.

I still remember the day they announced that we
were part of their rewards scheme. Chris and I had sold our cars to finance the
business, so we were walking back home from our (very small!) office. At this
time, we were still getting personal notifications every time an order was
placed, and we were lucky to get ten of these a day. So, you can imagine our
surprise when our phones started going crazy in our pockets.

East Coast’s email had gone out, and orders were
flooding in. Our feelings quickly changed from “cool, new orders”, to elation,
before dropping to dread. There were too many orders! How were we supposed to
fulfil these orders? Would we even be able to?!

We didn’t have enough beer, packaging or people. But that wasn’t going to stop us, because if that moment showed us anything, it was that we were really onto something. We were offering something that people really wanted.

What are your biggest work goals currently?

The accelerated speed of Beer Hawk has massively
increased the complexity of the environs we’re working in. Our customers are
very different, there’s no single persona we can tailor our marketing to. We
don’t just sell craft beers, but we offer gifts, homebrew kits, and draft beer
appliances. We’re operating in the B2C, B2B markets and we’re planning on
opening our first omnichannel bar experience. And our rapid growth has led to
our workforce expanding and becoming increasingly diverse and varied.

I want the audience to leave our talk understanding that it’s still possible to grow and expand, no matter the complexities. I want them to leave thinking, not of the struggle complexity presents, but the amazing opportunities it holds in store and the amazing innovations just waiting to be discovered.

What are 3 top tips for success?

  1. Know what you want to do. Have a clear purpose and goals about something your passionate about, because it would be rubbish to be successful in something you’re not passionate about.
  2. Surround yourself with brilliant people. Better yet, surround yourself with brilliant people who compliment your strengths, and, more importantly, your weaknesses. Teamwork is everything behind success. Nobody is perfect, and you will need people who challenge you if you really want to be successful.
  3. Belief. Have massive belief in yourself, in your team and in what you’re doing. Success is never simple; the road is never smooth. You will experience so many setbacks and moments where you will feel like you can’t do it, that, without belief and belief in what you do, you never will.

What has been your biggest challenge over the last year?

Beer Hawk is still an incredibly young business,
and over the past year, we’ve been experiencing some specific growing pains
about being such a fast-growing business.

Our first employee joined the company 5 years ago. Our latest employee joined 5 weeks ago. We now have over 80 employees and continue to expand. Making sure everyone knew what they were doing, and how to communicate across teams is essential. For a long time, we had just enough processes in place to stop from falling over. Managing these growing pains was one of our biggest challenges over the last year.

What piece of advice would you give to your younger self?

I would tell myself to start earlier, younger. I always knew that I wanted to start my own business, but I held myself back for years. I would tell myself to go into the ‘doing’ stage sooner.  

And finally, we have to know, what is your favorite beer?

Well, that all depends on where I am, what mood I’m
in and what time of year it is!

My favorite ever beer would probably be a Scheider Weisse Eisbock, sat in the amazing Schneider Brauhaus in Munich. But that’s not a beer I would enjoy on a hot summer’s day. For that I would probably prefer a cold, crisp IPA, like a Goose Island.


Join Mark Roberts for his breakout session at the dotdigital Summit on Wednesday 20 March. Not got your tickets yet?

Get them now.

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New name, same amazing service: welcome to dotdigital

Since the big reveal of our new name at the dotties, there’s been an uncontainable buzz around the company. Never one to back down from a challenge, we’ve been excitedly waiting for the new chapter in our story.

Waking up on 16 January, our teams around the world donned their new dotdigital hoodies, ready to spread the word about our new identity.

From client-facing teams, such as Onboarding or Account Management, to those behind-the-scenes, we were hard to miss.

dotdigital Cheltenham office
Cheltenham office
dotdigital Poland team
dotdigital team in Poland
dotdigital Croydon office
Croydon office
dotdigital Melbourne office
Melbourne dotdigital team
dotdigital Manchester team
Manchester office
dotdigital team in Cape Town
dotdigital team in Cape Town
dotdigital office in Minsk
dotdigital team in Minsk

So much more than just a name, we wouldn’t be where we are today without the amazing work of our dotfamily.

As we grow and evolve, we’ll continue to dedicate ourselves to empowering marketers – giving you all the tools you need to connect and engage with your customers.

Our rebrand is just the beginning.

We’ve got our sights set on a bright and exciting future, and we want you along for the ride.

LB office dotdigital
dotdigital team at London HQ

Discover the story behind the brand or find out more about what we do on our new website.

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The story behind the dotdigital rebrand

Our vision

We embarked on our mission to rebrand when we realized the dotmailer name no longer encompassed everything we do. We started by looking at the limitations and shortcomings of the current branding and found a consistent problem: our name inhibited our customers from discovering our diverse range of features and channels.

This was our challenge. We needed a new brand that was streamlined and futureproof.

We wanted to make it easier for people to know exactly what we do, while carrying over the recognition that our brand had built across the MarTech industry. Finally, we wanted to create something that was in keeping with our culture, but also reflected our vision for the future.

We wanted our new logo to show the amazing and powerful ways our customers are using Engagement Cloud.

– Phil Draper, CMO at dotmailer

Brainstorming

Sitting down with teams across the business, we brainstormed ways the new brand could evolve to reflect the advanced tactics customers were employing using our platform. Time and again, we saw our customers were being driven by the need to genuinely connect and engage with their audiences. In the constantly shifting world of marketing, long-lasting relationships are the key to success.

Logo designs

Platform evolution: time our name caught up

In our efforts to pre-empt customers’ needs, we’d expanded far beyond the capabilities of a simple email provider. From our beginnings in 2002, we’ve added channels, features, and integrations to our platform, year on year, until becoming a customer engagement platform with powerful omnichannel capabilities.

16 years of continuous development has led to our platform containing all the tools you need for faster, smarter marketing. Engagement Cloud connects systems and data, empowering you to create long-lasting relationships with customers.

Engagement Cloud – Product history from dotdigital on Vimeo.

Logo solutions

Phil Draper, CMO at dotdigtial, led the charge to execute our vision:

“The dotmailer logo, the target, represented a single outcome – one email sent to the one customer. That’s no longer what our customers are doing. They’re automating, segmenting, and personalizing across email, mobile, ads, and SMS. They’re connecting with their ecommerce platforms, CRM, and offline systems in physical stores. With this rich data, they’re engaging with customers in a deeper and more meaningful way.

“Maintaining the circular motif of dotmailer, as well as the pink and green synonymous with the brand, we added the bold blue of Comapi to create something recognizable, but new. Our three roundels represent our three solution areas: connect, empower, and communicate.

“To reflect the dynamism of our customers, we introduced graduated colors to represent the speed and agility of our platform as we continue to evolve. But, the multi-faceted logo also represents the movement of each solution area, working in conjunction with the others; the speed with which brands can grow with us; and, the never-ending possibilities that Engagement Cloud presents.

“By including this element of movement, we’re also demonstrating our commitment to innovation. Never content with resting on our laurels, we’re always striving towards our next platform evolution.”

Brand guide

New brand. Brighter future

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Winston swag

As dotdigital, we continue to recognize our rich history of individuality. Removing the emphasis on ‘mail’ in our name, we’re set for a brighter and exciting future.

The dotmailer platform has been reborn as Engagement Cloud. As we grew, so did you. You’re no longer using our platform to simply measure your outputs. Instead, you’re focusing on your outcomes. It’s no longer about the number of new subscriptions and emails sent, but rather about the quality of every engagement.

And we’ve got everything you need to make it happen.

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Karina Hollekim to speak at dotdigital Summit 2019

SummitLet’s delve into this year’s second speaker for the dotdigital Summit 2019.

About Karina:

Karina Hollekim, in her own words, is not an extraordinary girl, but she’s done extraordinary things. She is a female pioneer and was the first women in the world to perform a skibase.

Her last jump – November 2006 in Switzerland – was “super-safe”. A routine skydive, from a plane, over water, with friends.

It almost killed her.

Karina’s near-fatal skydiving accident turned her life upside down: she was left in a wheelchair with the cruel prediction that she’d never be able to walk again. She endured 20 surgeries and had to relearn how to walk. But with an inspirational lust for life, Karina has returned to skiing and is living every day to the fullest.

Karina believes there is a drive in us all to follow our dreams and entertain the kid that still lives within us. In her inspirational talk, she describes a life of no regrets and always taking action. Her story is one of finding passion, choosing the life you want, and then never giving up on that dream. Karina’s ability to push the boundaries, stay focused, and have the power to re-mobilize through hardship, will leave you motivated to leave the fear behind and pursue the life you want.

Our time on earth is limited, so you better start making it happen.

Karina believes that fear shouldn’t be getting in your way of this.

Her autobiography, ‘The Wonderful Feeling of Fear’, is internationally published and her speech is part of the exclusive TedX talks.

Join us on the 20th March to hear this electrifying talk, which will leave you inspired to achieve as much as you can in your working and personal life. Register for dotdigital Summit 2019 here.

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Speaker announcement for dotdigital Summit 2019

Let’s delve into this year’s first speaker for the dotdigital Summit 2019.

About Tim

Tim is a senior columnist for the Financial Times. His long-running column, ‘The Undercover Economist’, reveals the economic ideas behind everyday experiences. He also writes op-eds, interviews, and long feature articles for the daily newspaper. He’s an evangelist for the power of economics and has spoken at TED, PopTech, and Sydney Opera House.

He is author of ‘Fifty Things That Made the Modern Economy’, ‘Messy’, and the million-selling ‘The Undercover Economist’. As well as a senior columnist at the Financial Times, Tim is the presenter of Radio 4’s ‘More or Less’ and the iTunes-topping series, ‘Fifty Things That Made the Modern Economy’.

 

 

The keynote

During Tim’s presentation he will be investigating how certain kinds of complexities and obstacles can actually improve our performance. He will be covering the topics of cognitive psychology, complexity science, social psychology, and, of course, throwing ‘Rock n Roll’ into the mix for good measure.

Can disruption, mess, and crazy moves actually help solve some of our most complex problems? Tim examines this and talks about how we shouldn’t be scared of complexity, as it can in fact make us more creative! Just because you don’t like it doesn’t mean it isn’t helping you!

Don’t miss out!

Join us on the 20th March 2019: don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear a great speaker with exceptional insight into the complexities of everyday experiences, and how we can thrive in them!

Register for the Summit here.

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5 reasons to come to the dotdigital Summit

At the 2019 dotdigital Summit we’re uncovering the key to working smarter, not harder. You’re already working hard. We know that for a fact. We can see it in the amazing marketing we witness on every channel, every day. But we’ve got the hot-tips to help achieve more, without doing more.

We’ll be hosting our third annual summit at the Tobacco Docks on Wednesday 20 March, where we’ll be joined by an exciting line-up of industry-leaders giving talks and leading workshops.

If that isn’t enough to get you excited, check out these 5 cracking reasons to join us!

1) Try something new

At dotdigital we’re all about inspiring you guys to be the best you can be. Take a day to get out of the office see what you can learn. Open your mind up to new possibilities and opportunities during thought-provoking key-note addresses. Get hands-on help at our informative and insightful workshops. Wherever you go, whatever you choose we can guarantee you’ll come out excited and invigorated about something you never expected.

2) Glimpse into the future

We, just like you, always have one eye on the future of marketing. But we don’t just want to talk about what’s coming, we want to show you why and how you can use it. You’ll be surprised to find it’s easier and faster to implement than you think.

3) It’s all about you

For the 2019 Summit, we’ve added a brand-new theme, and it’s all about you. Four of our break-away sessions will be dedicated to your personal development. From courageous conversations to finding the perfect healthy work-life balance. You’ll leave the dotdigtial Summit empowered in more ways than one.

4) Make meaningful connections

Join 1,500 other digital marketing professionals from all walks of life, in a vast array of industries. Meet marketers and market leaders as they converge at the Summit in London. Whether you’re making new friends or talking shop, dotdigital is here to help you make meaningful connections. Networking has never been so fun, and we’ll give you plenty to talk about.

5) Fun times

At dotdigital, we’re firm believers that all work and no play is no way to live! No one wants to be stuck in a room, listening to someone drone on about something you already know. That’s why our speakers come from all backgrounds and industries and have something provocative to say. But, most importantly, we know how to put on a show!

Beat the rush and get your tickets now!

Get your pre-launch Earlybird tickets today.

Earlybird rate is £250+VAT, tickets are normally £400+VAT.

Your ticket will allow you to pre-register for sessions, confirming your spots before everyone else, it also include food and drink throughout the day provided by awesome street food vendors, free prize giveaways, and a drinks reception.

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dotDigital Group plc named in ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2018’ report by the LSE Group

We’re delighted to be recognized by the London Stock Exchange for the second year running as one of the fastest-growing and most dynamic SMEs in the UK. Over the course of the last year we’ve pushed ourselves to make sure we continue to give our customers with the tools they need to be the best marketers they can. The result was our acquisition of Comapi last November, and the launch of new omnichannel features to enhance our platform.

In the report SMEs are said to “have the potential to power our economy into the future” and that’s why we’re incredibly proud of the services we provide small and medium sized businesses like us around the world. From SMS and product recommendations to automated re-targeting through Google AdWords and Facebook Audience nodes, we’re enabling brands to engage more effectively with their audiences across multiple channels and all from one place.

To find out more about our omnichannel features talk to your account manager or request a demo today.

The full report can be found on the LSE Group website where you can download your own copy and find a searchable database of all the companies listed in the publication.

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dotdigital Group unlocks customer messaging potential

Last November dotdigital Group acquired Comapi as a strategic move to bring omnichannel messaging to the dotmailer platform. In the past 100 days since the acquisition, you will have seen the start of this omnichannel innvoation with new features being added to our marketing automation platform. For those of you attending our dotmailer summit on April 19, we will be revealing a lot more!

So, that’s a big tick in the marketing automation box. However, we also know that many of our customers have a requirement to use these messaging channels in different ways, outside of marketing.

As part of the dotdigital Group, Comapi is breaking new ground, helping businesses and tech platforms harness the power of messaging on channels such as Facebook Messenger, SMS, Web Chat, Push and Social. This ensures brands maximize their engagement with customers.

Hooking up these channels into your own systems and utilizing a powerful Application Programing Interface (API) allows you to supercharge your customer engagement; for instance, you can drive two-way conversational communications and real-time customer messages such as alerts, appointment reminders, payment confirmations, click-and-collect notifications and one-time passcodes for verification.

We understand that this may not always form part of the marketer’s role, per se. All we ask is that you share this news internally with your teams who may be responsible, and help our Comapi team connect with them to learn how the dotdigital group is changing the messaging landscape.

Or if this is your remit, reach out to them using the details below and see how they can help you deliver API and conversational messaging to support your customer engagement strategy.

We will be giving away one of our highly prized  ‘Winston’ toys  to the first 100 introductions – so get in early

With over 16 years of experience and knowledge, Comapi already powers the messaging experience of many brands, so you’re in safe hands.

This is an exciting time for the dotdigital group as we expand our technology to cover both marketing and business communications, help our customers grow and win big. If you’d like to find out more, follow this link and get in touch with the Comapi team; we’d love to see how we can help.

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