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Caroline Thomson, Creative Graphic Designer TimeZoneOne

Apparel marketing pro ups TZO thread count

We have a shiny new person! Designer Caroline Thomson has joined the TimeZoneOne Christchurch team, bringing over eight years’ experience in the apparel industry to our eclectic mix. / MORE >
The Christchurch Tramway Restaurant, photographed in New Regent Street.

Welcome them Aboard! Customer Reviews can Catapult You to #1

Last week we grabbed a coffee with Emma Thomson, Reservations and Functions Manager at Welcome Aboard, where we discussed the power of customer reviews, and how to achieve a #1 ranking on TripAdvisor! / MORE >
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Laura Schwartz Live’s Podcast with Illinois Tourism Director Cory Jobe

Laura' s interview with Cory covers National Tourism Week, and the economic and social impact of Illinois's Tourism industry / MORE >
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Cheers to Southern Lights

Almost 100 Christchurch marketers, agency people, and creatives came to our inaugural Southern Lights networking event last week at the Isaac Theatre Royal. / MORE >
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Photo Journal around our Christchurch office

Photo journal of our Christchurch Office’s surroundings.

Southern Lights. An event for marketers in Christchurch.

Southern Lights. An Invite

Experts speak on the digital marketing landscape Thursday 16th April, 4-6 pm, Grand Circle Foyer, Isaac Theatre Royal 4.00-4.30 nibbles by Shop Eight & drinks 4.30-5.30 speakers & Q&A 5.30-6.00 drinks & networking / MORE >
TimeZoneOne designers, creators, writers and strategists are committed to growth.

Southern Lights: Social Media Smackdown

Are social media platforms really worth it?

Social Media platforms: Are they all really worth it

Southern Lights brings together marketers, communicators, digital experts, and the Christchurch creative community. It’s short and sweet, an opportunity to learn something new, soak up some inspiration, and network.

The next event is on Thursday 13th August, at the Isaac Theatre Royal.

Social media is vitally important to marketing, especially in tourism and B2C. However it takes a lot of time, and sometimes money, to do it well. Having 1,000s of fans is nice, but it’s not going to help your business if they are not engaged fans that will help your business succeed. So which should you focus your precious time and budget on?

Our speakers will battle it out in a lighthearted look at the pros and cons of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Fill out the form below to request an invite – and be prepared to vote for a winner on the night!

 


Presented by TimeZoneOne #SouthernLightsChCh


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