‘Billy Connolly of marketing’ confirmed for Conference

Published:  24 November, 2014

Geoff Ramm, a multi-award winning keynote speaker who has inspired audiences from across five continents, has been confirmed for the BMF All Industry Conference 2015.

Dubbed as the Billy Connolly of marketing and service as he sees the opportunities and ideas that others simply miss, Mr Ramm considers the simple question: "When your competitors go one way, do you follow them, or do you go the other way?"

As the creator and author of 'Celebrity Service' and 'Observational Marketing Greats' (OMG), Mr Ramm has a clear vision on how to make great marketing happen. The five-times winner of the Best Advertising & Marketing Conference Speaker Award will inspire delegates in Malta to stand out from the crowd.

Looking forward to next year's keynote address, BMF managing director John Newcomb said: "Mr Ramm has received rave reviews from some of the world's biggest brands including British Airways, SAGE, TATA, Honda, Toyota and Barclays. Delegates should prepare to be entertained, energised and enlightened and embark on a journey of memorable, real life customer service and marketing ideas that will set them head and shoulders above the competition."

Delegates can get a taste of what makes Geoff Ramm such a highly sought after speaker by viewing his video on the Conference website, www.bmfconference2015.co.uk.

The 2015 BMF All-Industry Conference takes place in Malta from 18 to 21 June 2015 at the five-star Westin Dragonara Resort in St Julians Bay. It will be hosted by Olympic and Commonwealth gold medal winner and TV presenter, Sharron Davies.

Early bird conference rates apply for both merchants and suppliers until the end of the year. Visit the conference website at www.bmfconference2015.co.uk for more details.

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