Startup Breakfast Club: Digital Marketing

Ministry of Awesome’s Startup Breakfast Club – powered by MYOB and sponsored by DHL – is your monthly morning caffeine hit where you’ll find valuable social networks, gain business insight, and find the critical support you need to power your venture forward.

This month, we’ll explore which digital marketing tactics will help propel your startup forward. From using Google Analytics to make better business decisions, to creating and implementing a social media strategy that works for you, digital marketing is an essential element of and increasing brand awareness for your venture.

There’ll be free flowing coffee and breakfast as usual, so secure your spot to this FREE event today!

The Startup Breakfast Club is always sold out in advance, so register early to make sure you don’t miss out. Register by Wednesday 19th of June.

PS. While this event will always be free, we only distribute a select number of tickets. So, if you think you might not make it, please do NOT book.


More about our guest panalists:

Jennifer Heuett

Since launching Altitude Media NZ, Jen's been on a mission to help 10,000 small businesses get online with a killer plan. Altitude Media offers free tools, tips, strategy sessions and weekly Q&As on their social channels. Noticing a gap in the market, they've recently started offering online courses, workshops, and a brand new digital shop.

Jen will be discussing how to build a strong online presence through strategy and consistency across brand, content and management.


Luke Eason

As a Digital Marketing Specialist at Harvey Cameron, Luke Eason's focus is on SEO yet extends to all facets of digital marketing. One of the core challenges of his role is keeping up to date with an ever changing digital landscape and balancing proactive testing with new insights from SEO experts from around the world. Working in a fully integrated marketing and communications agency, Luke is able to take clients' visions from idea to execution and then analysis. He enjoys the psychology, science and intuition that makes up SEO.

He'll be covering the fundamentals of SEO i.e. what it is and why it's important, and how it fits into digital marketing as a whole. He'll also discuss quick pointers on what individuals or businesses with websites can do to help with their own search engine optimising. Every website can benefit from and should be using SEO as a part of their branding strategy and improving their online visibility.


Krissy Sadler-Bridge 

Krissy is based in Christchurch and heads up MYOB’s New Zealand marketing team. She has more than 12 years’ experience developing and executing marketing campaigns across traditional and digital platforms and is passionate about communicating the benefits of new technologies that help businesses succeed. Prior to joining MYOB, Krissy held a number of senior marketing roles at Barclays Wealth and holds a Master of Business Management and Marketing from the University of Bath.

Krissy will be using her time and experience working with MYOB to bring a complete overview of digital marketing for startups.