Share Algarve returns to Vilamoura in April to showcase “latest digital marketing trends”

Share Algarve, the region’s international marketing and innovation conference, is returning to Vilamoura on April 2 and 3.

Taking place at the recently inaugurated Centro de Congressos do Algarve, the event will once again feature speakers from all over the world and “showcase innovative startups and the latest digital marketing trends”.

The organisers’ goal is to “facilitate knowledge sharing between speakers and attendees, promoting a debate on marketing and innovation”.

The event is aimed at “marketing directors, marketing executives, entrepreneurs, CEOs, commercial directors, graphic and communication designers, hospitality professionals, tourism professionals, freelancers and students”.

Topics include: Innovation, Startups, Social Media, SEO & PPC, Inbound & Content, Performance, Strategy, Branding & Communication, Storytelling, Influencers and FinTech.

This year, there will be three stages: Central, where the key speakers will be holding their presentations; Marketing, which will host several digital marketing workshops and lectures; and Innovation, where the Algarve’s latest innovative initiatives will be presented.

“Big names” in this year’s list of speakers include Samuel Scott (speaker, author and columnist for The Drum), Matz Lukmani (Measurement & Attribution Product Lead at Google), Virgínia Coutinho (founder of Lisbon Digital School), Joah Santos (founder of the Nylon Agency) and Sheree Mitchell (Immersa Global).

Although the event has been growing each year, with more speakers and greater audience numbers, Share Algarve will continue to host Q&A sessions with attendees able to present their questions to the speakers.

“Following the success and enthusiastic response to the first two editions of Share, we set a new goal for ourselves – to bring to the Algarve the best of what is being done around the world in terms of digital marketing and innovation,” said Jorge Cabaço, organiser of the event.

Tickets cost €110 (+€25.30 IVA) until March 15, after which the price will increase to €130 (+€29.90 IVA). More information about the event, speakers and tickets can be found on the event’s website and Facebook page. |

Photo: Jorge Cabaço, event organiser