Our annual marketing automation awards is here! With the dotties 2018 now open for entries, we wanted to find out what makes the event a highlight in the industry’s calendar. Who better to ask than the brains behind both the dotmailer Summit and the dotties, our Head of Events and all-round phenomenal woman, Amie Lane. Here’s what she had to say.
1. What inspired you to start the dotties?
I thought it would be a great chance for us to celebrate our clients and partners and all the amazing work they are creating. It’s a perfect opportunity to showcase our successful clients and help our other clients who need some inspiration into what they could do to better their business – so basically a win win for everyone. Its also a fun night where we can all meet our clients face to face and enjoy an evening full of entertainment and a whole lot of dancing.
2. The event is back again at the iconic Troxy this year. It’s an impressive space – what makes it perfect for the dotties?
The Troxy is great because it’s so versatile. We can really make it our own and stamp the dotmailer personality on the whole venue, so everyone who walks in there feels connected. The history of the venue is super-interesting too. It started out as one of the first luxury cinemas (back when people used to get dressed up to go to the cinema because it was such a treat!); it was then bought by the Royal Opera House who used it for rehearsals – the acoustics are pretty powerful. In the 80s it was a bingo hall before finally being bought by a couple for their wedding – who still own it and have turned it into an events venue for a whole range of events, TV shows and gigs.
3. What’s the best thing about the night for you?
Seeing everyone – clients, partners and my colleagues – having a great time, enjoying the food and fizz, laughing with each other and dancing the night away. The dotties is not something to be missed, and it’s free for entrants. So, what are you waiting for?
If you’re a dotmailer customer, you can enter now here!
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