Webinar for B2B Tech companies: 5 ideas for a Landing Page that actually converts

On June 3rd, we are organizing our first free webinar, dedicated to founders and marketing specialists at B2B tech companies.

We will share 5 practical ideas you should consider when building a landing page, to attract your audience and convert them into qualified leads and buying customers. 

The webinar is free to attend and will be hosted in Romanian, by Elena-Iordache Stoica, Head of Growth @ STOICA.

Elena will talk about the most important aspects to take into account in order to convert clients through your landing page, but she will also highlight the main mistakes we’ve come across during the past 8 years.

This webinar is for you if

  • you are the founder of / marketing specialist at a Romanian B2B Tech company launched more than 1 year ago
  • you want to build a landing page and optimize it for conversions
  • you want to get inspired and learn new practical tactics that will help you attract clients
  • you’ve already tried to create lead generation campaigns using your website, but you want to optimize your processes


What we’ll talk about

  • what is a Landing Page and why does it help attract leads
  • how to create a Landing Page structure and copy that attract and convert
  • what to pay attention to when launching a landing page
  • Q&A – Elena will answer specific questions related to your business

How to join the event

Participation is free, but you will need to register in advance. Please fill in and submit the form below, and then check your email for our confirmation & the Zoom link.

More about the speaker

Elena Iordache-Stoica is Head of Growth at STOICA.CO, an agency that works with B2B tech companies, helping them skyrocket their online presence. The agency works with clients from Romania, Belgium and the Netherlands and is a HubSpot partner.

Elena has over 8 years of experience in marketing, business development and international sales.

Learn more about her here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elenaiordache/