|By Business Wire||
|June 11, 2014 06:38 AM EDT||
North Plains Systems, the leader in helping companies effectively connect with and engage their customers through visual media is hosting a breakfast roundtable event at London's Museum of Brands in Notting Hill on June 20, 2014 with Robert Rose, Chief Strategist at the Content Marketing Institute (CMI) and a recognised global expert in content marketing. Attendees for this free event will be able to hear from Robert first-hand about the current state of content marketing with some best practice case studies as well as his perspective on where it's going in the next five years.
UK-based professional marketers and communicators are invited to attend this free event and can register via: http://bit.ly/1qmbPMX
Visitors will also receive a copy of the Content Marketing Institute’s new white paper - being launched on the day - "Using Digital Asset Management to turn your Content Marketing up to 11." With a collection of over 12,000 brand relics dating from the Victorian era to today, visiting the Museum of Brands in Notting Hill is a fascinating experience in itself.
North Plains and its partners will also briefly present about how they can help brands to manage their visual assets more efficiently. With over one million active users worldwide, North Plains’ customers include Diageo, Ion Xerox and Grey NY.
About North Plains
With over 1,400 installations supporting over one million active users worldwide North Plains is recognized as the leader in helping global brand managers, marketers, content creators, publishers and media companies to efficiently and effectively engage and connect with their target audiences through visual media including images, photos, videos and 3D designs.
North Plains’ market-leading software portfolio enables companies to address a number of needs across the Creative Marketing Lifecycle, including work-in-progress creative production systems, digital asset management infrastructure and comprehensive marketing and brand asset management solutions. In addition to providing a complete portfolio of software products, North Plains is uniquely positioned when it comes to the integration and implementation of product and software solutions with its professional services team and a rich network of resellers and global technology partners.
Since 1994, North Plains has helped its customers stay ahead of their rapidly changing marketing needs. With offices in Canada, the United States, Europe and Japan, North Plains counts many of the world’s leading companies and brands among its satisfied clients. For more information, please visit http://www.northplains.com.
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