Rakuten’s Wake Up Wednesday, Brighton: 2/9/15

By Dan Wilson September 1, 2015 - 9:17 am

Rakuten Attribution, a wing of ecommerce giants Rakuten, will be opening the doors to their Brighton office and inviting you in for a coffee and bacon butte to talk marketing this week.

It’s part of the Brighton Digital Festival which runs in Sepetember and you can find out more here. As an ecommerce professional you might well be interested in getting a foot in the door with Rakuten.

As they say in the blurb: “Rakuten Attribution (formerly DC Storm) provide digital marketing measurement technology and service to top brands including House of Fraser, Sky, EDF Energy, Selfridges and Harvey Nichols. In addition, we are now part of Rakuten Marketing, a division of Rakuten, Inc; the fourth largest ecommerce company in the world, with offices in Brighton, London, New York, California, Australia, Frankfurt and Brazil to name a few.

Our office is packed with digital marketing experts, developers and analysts who work together to help marketers understand the value of their activity and use data to power better business decisions. We help our customers improve performance through tracking, tag management, reporting, attribution and PPC optimisation.

We hold regular ‘Wake up Wednesday’ sessions for our team in our Think Tank, treating them to a bacon sarnie and a cuppa while we cover a topic of interest. We would like to open our doors to anyone interested in learning more about marketing analytics, whether you are an ambitious graduate, experienced digital marketer/developer looking to escape the London commute or just curious about attribution.

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