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Lunch & Learn: Digital Advertising & Design with Likeable
April 24, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Come join Likeable Founders Noel Ledesma & Ian Douglass for lunch at Victory Workspace, as they invite you to learn more about digital advertising and design.
Free for Victory Workspace members, $10 refundable deposit for guests upon arrival. Seating is limited to 10, RSVP now. Guests register on Eventbrite. Members email your RSVP to Leslie@VictoryWorkspace.com
You can expect to get a better understanding of digital marketing campaigns, and how to effectively A/B test strategies. Topics will include display (banner) advertising, Facebook Advertising, AdWords/PPC, and video advertising. Learn more about best practices around paid digital programs — as well as Likeable’s creative process as it pertains to website UI/UX and branding.
We’ll share our knowledge after working with local businesses and multinational firms such as DAVIDsTEA, LogMeIn, Coachella, SimplyMeasured, SendGrid, and many more. All attendees will receive our best practices deck that we will be covering during the lunch meeting free of charge.
Likeable Advertising, founded in 2014 is a full service digital and design agency. The team has over 25 years of experience, helping brands of all sizes scale. Noel Ledesma, Founder and CEO of Likeable, has deep roots in programmatic display advertising — on both the demand and supply side. He was formerly Director of Account Management at ReTargeter where he and his team of account managers were solely responsible for over 400 live month accounts and thousands of ad campaigns, with a value of over $10M in annual revenue under management. He leveraged his agency experienced and partnered with Ian Douglass to form Likeable in early 2014.
With a background in product design, Ian brings a unique functional design perspective to campaign management and creative projects. Having over 15 years in design experience and 8 years in programmatic advertising, Ian approaches design projects with a performance first methodology.