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“Social Media is a Buzz, But do they work for B2B?”

Marketing, Digital & PR Committee | Kolkata Chapter


Dipak comes with a passion in the fields of marketing, data mobilization and mobility. A successful entrepreneur, he quit his job at Ernst & Young and set up an entrepreneurial venture Onex Solutions, a digital media company. In this DLC Talk Dipak will share his insights on, how to market for business-to-business (B2B). B2B marketing is all about one-on-one education. Whether you are informing customers about your product or services or convincing consumers to start working with you, it comes down to establishing a relationship of trust — even after you close the deal. For B2B companies, especially, this entire process is crucial. So, what happens when marketers are no longer able to have those important, collaborative interactions?

About the Speaker

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Dipak Agarwal
Founding Director
Onex Solutions

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