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TableCrowd’s dinner with Director of Fighting Fifty: succeeding in the over 50s market

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18:45-22:30 Tue 25 Apr, 2017 The Modern Pantry, 47 - 48 St John's Square, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 4JJ Add this: Google Calendar or Other calendar
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Enjoy dinner drinks and a chance to meet Tracey McAlpine, Director of Fighting Fifty, a health, beauty, fitness and lifestyle platform for women over fifty.

Tracey McAlpine is passionate about changing stereotypical perceptions about the baby boomer generation.

She’ll be speaking about:

✓ Understanding the over 50’s market.
✓ Ignore them at your peril! Why the over 50’s can be such a lucrative market for your business.
✓ Marketing do’s and dont’s when looking to capture the baby boomer!
✓ Examples of spot-on over fifties marketing campaigns.

Expect to leave the table with a deeper understanding of the over fifties market, together with practical advice for your business.

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