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How to convince your boss to let you come to OMN London

Submitted by on March 21, 2013 – 3:13 pm |

The OMN London events are some of the biggest and best online marketing events in London. Following the announcement of the next event on May 2nd on the psychology of sharing, I thought I’d address a potential problem for members… convincing your boss to let you come.

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Picture the scene: the crowds are gathering on HMS President, beers in hand, waiting for an amazing luminary from London’s digital scene to impart some of the pearls of wisdom for which the OMN events are so well known…

I’ve set myself a mission: How can I help someone convince their boss to let them attend OMN?

I reckon OMN offers tremendous value – but your boss might need a little bit of persuading that a night of digital discussions and drinks on deck is a worthwhile investment of time and money.

So, I could have made one of those generic, boring bullet point posts…Or I could do something a little bit more, well, digitally entertaining!

good boss OMNAnd so, I’m launching an OMN special; a Vine based Convince My Boss series!

Following a detailed survey, we’ve created the ammunition YOU need to convince your boss that OMN will be worth the money, the time, make you smarter and possibly even more attractive.

I’m willing to put my name on the line and guarantee that no boss will say no! If they do, feel free to send them in my direction for a telling off!

I’ve roped in some of Quad’s content marketing specialists and spent a whole lunch hour preparing these videos… so here goes:

If you’ve been to OMN before, and enjoyed it, we’d love for you to create your own Vines, describing what you think of the events and why your digital peers should attend and put them in the comments.

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