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Speakers announced for #DIW15 Future of Digital Marketing Conference

Come learn about the digital trends that marketers, agencies, content creators and startups can't afford to miss.

The Future of Digital Marketing Conference during Baltimore Innovation Week 2015. (Photo by Olivia Obineme)

Spend the afternoon learning about today’s marketing challenges — and how to solve them.
The Future of Digital Marketing Conference on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at Theatre N will focus on digital trends that marketers, agencies, content creators and startups need to know.
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Hear from the following speakers:

  • Don’t Kick Your Customer in the Face: Hostility and Sincerity on the Open Web with Zach Phillips, The Kitchen
  • The strength of non-digital in a digital world with Nick Matarese, The Barn Creative
  • The Power of Color with Pauline Rubin, First Ascent Design
  • Brand Building and a Social Media Roadmap with Emma Cowdery, Global Delaware, and Carroll Ivy Laurence, Social Stylate
  • Social Media Marketing Trends to Watch for in 2016 with Justin Silva, The Archer Group
  • Stop Wasting Over Half of Your Digital Ad Spend with David Clunes and Richard Rood, The Encima Group

After the case studies, participate in a Twitter Q&A session where you can submit your burning questions using the hashtag #DIW15. Panelists TBA.
We’ll see you there!

Companies: The Barn / The Kitchen / Archer Group / Technical.ly
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