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How I've Made £3,000,000+ from Email Marketing: Rare Evening with Sarah Staar
We are SO excited to have Sarah Staar for our next event in an AMAZING venue: WeWork Tower Bridge, London, E1W 1UN Come along to this evening meetup to learn from the legend herself! This is a rare opportunity to see Sarah speak in such a small intimate group of around just 50 people. She is coming over from France to teach us all about email marketing and tonight we get her all to ourselves! ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Sarah Staar has been working hard behind the scenes for over 10 years making a full-time living working from home. She specialises in: Email marketing and paid traffic. Over the last 10 years she has become the most successful female Internet marketer in the UK. She has done all this without having to rely on joint-venture partners or speaking on the speaker circuit. As someone who suffers from dyslexia Sarah has become wildly successful as an email marketer. Over the last 10 years, she has made over $4.2 million just from email marketing alone. ABOUT THE TALK: "How Sarah Staar makes $1 million per year sending out promotional emails while still being GDPR compliant." During the meetup Sarah is going to be sharing with you: How we can use GDPR to our advantage as email marketers. How Sarah managed to make over $1 million per year from email marketing even though she's dyslexic and finds it challenging to write emails. If you're brand-new to this Sarah is going to show you the quickest way to get started making some decent income within 30 days as an email marketer. MEETUP FORMAT 6.30pm - Arrive to register and optional informal networking 7pm - A presentation from Sarah 8pm - Q&A with Sarah 8.15 pm - Elevator pitches 8.30 pm till late - Event officially ends and unofficial networking with drinks at a pub just a few minutes walk from the venue MEETUP COST We have introduced an optional donation (suggested value of £3 per person) to help with the running costs of this meetup group and helping charities. This can be donated in cash on the night when you arrive and register. ELEVATOR PITCHES For anyone that doesn't know, an elevator pitch is a succinct and persuasive pitch that should be no more than 30 seconds and deems to get people interested or asking questions. So, if you're willing, prepare a 30 second elevator pitch we'll be welcoming around 10 brave people on stage to deliver theirs. This might consist of explaining your business, idea, reason you're at the event or what you're looking for, anything is welcome! THE VENUE We are proud to say that WeWork will be hosting us, which includes beer and cider on tap, water and tea/coffee, so that you can help yourself to drinks throughout the evening. WeWork is the platform for creators. They provide the space, community and services you need to create your life’s work. To learn more send an email to [masked] or call[masked]

WeWork Tower Bridge

WeWork, 5th floor, 1 St Katharine's Way, St Katharine's & Wapping, London E1W 1UN · London

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