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Speaker

  • Connor Galway
    Connor Galway
    President, Junction Consulting

    Conner Galway is President of Junction Consulting – a digital consultancy based in Vancouver, BC. He founded Junction in 2012 when he saw a need for organizations to expand their thinking about what’s possible for digital value within an organization. As Junction’s strategist, he spends his days researching, training, and solving problems with clients. He shares his latest thinking in an award winning weekly email called The Brief that’s read by leaders at many of North America’s most respected brands. Some of his recent work has seen him help create a digital learning platform for Destination BC, training for lululemon and, most recently, he was named Leader of the Year by Marketing News Canada for his support of the tourism industry through the COVID-19 pandemic. Aside from his work as a consultant, Conner has become one of Canada’s premiere digital educators, teaching and developing curriculum at many of Canada’s most prestigious Universities, and most recently he has launched the all-new eLearningU – North America’s largest collection of online learning for the tourism industry.

Location

Anvil Centre

Date

Nov 08 2022
Expired!

Time

1:45 pm - 2:30 pm

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Event 1

5 Practical Ways to Use Digital Marketing

Real life lessons, tools and tactics learned from some of the most successful local businesses across BC. From 2012-2019 Conner Galway spent much of his time on the road – working directly with tourism organizations to develop strategy, deliver training and implement new digital ideas. When the pandemic hit, he and his team pivoted immediately to virtual learning, finding new and creative ways to engage business leaders and marketing teams, until we were all able to hit the road again. In the Winter of 2021 that opportunity finally came and the Junction team got the call to work directly with local businesses across the country. In this action-packed session, Conner will share what’s new, what’s changed and what’s working for local businesses here in the post-pandemic BC market.

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