Digital Marketing and AI - Workshop
In today’s dynamic and ever-evolving business landscape, the digital realm has become an indispensable playground for brands to captivate their audience, forge meaningful connections, and drive unprecedented growth. Welcome to ‘Unlock the Power of Digital Social Media Marketing & AI – an illuminating workshop designed to unravel the core principles that underpin successful digital marketing strategies.
Prepare to embark on a captivating voyage that will leave you well-versed in the language of digital marketing, armed with strategies to enhance brand visibility, engage audiences, and chart a course towards unparalleled success. Your journey into the world of digital marketing begins here – are you ready to unlock the possibilities?
21 October, Saturday & 22 October, Sunday
23 October, Monday & 25 October, Wednesday
(9.00 am – 2.00 pm)
AED 3600 + VAT
(40% Discount for AUE students: AED 2160 + VAT)
Location: American University in the Emirates and Online
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Marketing Assistant Professor at the American University in the Emirates
Dr. Federico Triolo
Dr. Triolo has a PhD in Marketing from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia. Prior to this, he obtained a master’s degree in Marketing, Globalization and Culture from the University of Southern Denmark, where he also won an international scholarship to study at Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea for one semester. In addition, Dr Triolo has a Bachelor of Business and Administration from the University of Bergamo, Italy, where he was also awarded a European scholarship to study at the University of Cyprus for one semester. Amongst Dr. Triolo’s array of professional achievements, he earned a Good Teaching Score (GTS) of 100% while at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, taught in one of the top 20 universities worldwide, and has been the recipient of various international grants and competitions. He is a member of the Consumer Culture Insights Group in Melbourne, Australia, and the American Educational Research Association, based in Washington D.C.