I am an experienced public speaker, able to engage, inform and entertain audiences large and small: from speaking at large conferences to facilitating internal seminars and workshops.
The main subject on which I speak is mature marketing - that is, the impact of demographic change on business marketing. This is a mega-trend which has been ignored by too many businesses for too long. Read more
I have spoken at conferences in Copenhagen, Dundee, London, Paris, Tallinn and elsewhere. Recent engagements have included:
- Food Matters Live, Excel, London,
- The Mature Marketing Summit, London
- GN ReSound, European Customer Conference, Copenhagen
- InCosmetics, Porte de Versailles, Paris
- Seniors Marketing Conference, Tallin, Estonia
- SETourism Annual Conference
- Scottish Widows video webinar
- BBC Radio 4 You and Yours and Marketing Radio
- The Pharmacy Show / Trade Days, NEC Birmingham
- D C Thomson management conference, Dundee
- AIHHP Annual Conference
- Co-op Retail Annual Conference
- Planning for Retirement, London
- ABTA Conference, London
I have also presented and moderated a range of in-house conferences, presentations, seminars and workshops events for clients including bathrooms, charities, cosmetics, financial services, food, healthcare, hearing, mobile phones and publishing.
I can also speak on many other business and marketing related subjects: for example, as this is being written I am preparing presentations on lead generation, corporate brand strategy and the UK ticketing industry.
I have also been a guest speaker on radio programmes for the BBC and others and videocasts.
“ I enjoyed your presentation yesterday. You managed the delicate balance of information and humour really well and left us with some thinking to do about how we take advantage of the demographic changes you discussed, particularly in regard to communication and the changing nature of ‘the family’.” – CEO, delegate at TSE conference, September 2014.
“Delegates were treated to an entertaining but also thought-provoking presentation from Mark Beasley. The presentation was a big hit with delegates.”