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21st August 2008
Filed under: Internet Marketing,Seminars — Ben @ 9:13 pm

I’ve confirmed my train tickets for the trip to London to attend the UK Focus Marketing Event in October.

The sales page hasn’t been released yet but my ticket was purchased last October and I am raring to go.

[Addition 22/08/08: A new page has been uploaded where you can see video testimonials from the US event, just go here:

http://www.focusmarketingseminars.com/ukevent/index.php ]

So, put the dates in your diary – Friday the 17th October until Sunday the 19th October. Ignore the initial announcements, these are the real dates – Pat Lovell confirmed it himself.

The venue – somewhere in London (we don’t know where yet).

Pat and Sean held the US version of the event in Washington DC last weekend and attracted some big names to speak including Stephen Pierce and Armand Morin. If you were lucky enough to see the notifications, you would’ve caught the presentations as they were broadcast live on the internet.

I managed to catch a lot of the seminar ‘live’ and it looked great but at the same time I couldn’t help but realise that the presentations are just a small part of the event.

Staying at home and watching a seminar online just doesn’t compare with leaving the laptop at home, jumping on a plane or train and gathering with loads of other marketers in a nice hotel.

I’ve no doubt that the attendees and speakers were in the bar every night, chatting away, drinking and networking. It was the same at the Coventry seminar last October and the Birmingham seminar the year before. And it’ll be exactly the same in London in October.

So, you’ve got 57 days’ notice now and the sales letter should be ready in the next few days from what I’ve been told. I highly recommend you get yourself a ticket for the Focus Marketing Seminars UK Event.

More news to come soon…

Focus Marketing Seminars UK Event

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