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Marketing is constantly changing, especially with things like live treaming, VR/AR and chat bots rising in popularity. The theme of this event will be exploring these newer technologies, how they’re changing the way marketers share info about their products and services and how all of us can continue thinking in big, innovative ways.
The speakers we’ve lined up are psyched and ready to do just that: inspire you to make the smartest decisions and flex your creative muscles.
It’s important that any marketing decision aligns with your customer base and mission. That’s why we’re kicking of the day with WeWork‘s New York City-based head of digital, Roee Adler, to discuss how their core mission of members first influences their strategies.
From there, dive into interactive workshops, tactical presentations and lunchtime breakout discussions on a variety of digital marketing focused topics.
It’ll be on Tuesday, May 2, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Old City.
Tickets are $150.
You won’t want to miss this impressive speaker lineup:
- Dave Cole, Visual Producer, Emerging Media, The Wall Street Journal
- Bo Hee Kim, Brand Development Producer, Vox Media
- Tim Quirino, Product Design, Video on Facebook
- Wil Reynolds, Founder and Director of Digital Strategy, Seer Interactive
- Nicholas Whitaker, Training and Development Manager, Google News Lab
Find an agenda here — note that it could change.
End the day with some added networking and happy hour. Hope for warm weather so we can mingle on the Jewish Museum’s outdoor balcony!
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