Wednesday, 9th of November, 2016, 9am – 10.30am 

Google™ Sydney | Level 5, 48 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont, NSW 2009

  • Learn how Wayne from Lifestyle Wardrobes used Google AdWords to increase his turnover by $800k in under a year;
  • Be provided with 3 easy to implement techniques to boost your website in the Search Results for free;
  • Receive a free digital visibility report, benchmarking you against your competition;
  • (Optional) Have a guided tour of the Google offices.
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Oliver Wood

Founder Digital Monopoly, Perth

A little bit about us, Digital Monopoly was founded in 2005 and has grown into Western Australia’s most prominent Digital Marketing company offering the full range of Digital Marketing services.

Today Digital Monopoly works with over 1,000 businesses in WA. With teams located in both Australia and Thailand, we are considered to be one of WA’s largest digital agencies, backed with the expertise you need to get the job done, no matter how large or small.


Fernanda Rivera

Google Representative, Sydney

Fernanda Rivera is Strategic Partner Manger at Google supporting Digital Monopoly and other Google Premier SMB Partners in Australia.

Fernanda has been at Google for 4+ years and has 9 years of experience in Digital Advertising and before working for Google she worked at Turner Broadcasting and Yahoo!

She has a Marketing Degree, an MBA from University of South Florida and an Executive Education Diploma from Harvard Business School on Big Data.


Wayne Jones

Owner of Lifestyle Wardrobes, Perth

Wayne Jones is the owner of Lifestyle Wardrobes in Wangara, manufacturing and installing wardrobes. Founded in 2011; it has a turnover of AUD $5,000,000 and has 20 employees.

The business recently moved into the larger premises and, as a result, Wayne wanted to increase sales. Turning to Digital Monopoly for help a Google AdWords campaign was created and the sales came – generating an additional AUD $750,000 in just 10 months.

  • Parking: The Star, 80 Pyrmont Street.

  • To Pyrmont Bay stop located
    opposite the museum.