Lead Generation & Marketing Tips for Re-Opening

Event date: June 22, 2021
Showtime: 10:00 to 11:30 am
Location: Virtually via Zoom

Lead Generation & Marketing Tips for Re-Opening

At last! BC and the rest of Canada are opening back up.

That’s great news, but how are you going to best take advantage of this for your business?

Will your marketing tactics that you used during the lockdown work now that the economy is re-emerging?

What new initiatives should you think about and what should you avoid?

Join us on our next talk “Lead Generation & Marketing Tips for BC’s re-opening” with expert Ted Lau, CEO of Award-Winning Ballistic Arts, and
podcast host of Marketing News Canada.

What you’ll learn:
· The big changes in Apple, Facebook, and Google that will affect how you market
· What type of cost effective marketing content makes sense for your lead
generation efforts
· Even more about the Marketing Funnel/Loop and where you need to focus in the

The economy is re-opening, are you going to be ready?

Get suited up in your best WFH outfits and get ready to take on new learning, and have some fun! Limited Seats Available.

Sign up today! A link for this free seminar will be in your confirmation email.

Who Should Attend

Anyone who wants to take advantage of digital marketing!


  • Ted Lau, CEO, Ballistic Arts

    Ted Lau is the CEO of award-winning Ballistic Arts – a creative digital marketing agency that focuses on garnering tangible brand awareness results and growing sales leads for Canada’s most recognized brands.

    He’s proudly led a team that includes divisions in digital marketing strategy, video production, graphic design and web development, all with the purpose of creating measurable and tangible marketing ROI for their clients. Their innovative creative storytelling with leading-edge data analytics has increased clients’ lead metrics by up to 500%, and beating industry standard ad buys by anywhere from 30-80%.

    Founded in 2002, Ballistic Arts’ client roster includes Vancity, Seaspan, GLOBE Series, BC Cancer, the City of Coquitlam, Concord Pacific, and Tim Hortons. Most recently, Ballistic Arts was named Business of the Year (11 – 30 Employees) Award from the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce and named one of Canada’s Top B2B Firms for 2021 by Clutch.co.