On Wednesday, March 25, top thought-leaders and marketers will converge in Chicago for the second installment of the “Future of Email” event. The inaugural event took place in San Francisco in January and will travel to New York and London later this spring.
The “Future of Email – Chicago” assembles industry experts to discuss how new technologies and data insights are enabling marketers to transform their email programs. Speakers include John Killoran (Founder and CEO, @Pay); Justin Foster (Co-Founder and VP Market Development, Liveclicker); Jess Waldeck (Sr. Director, Client Development, Experian Marketing Services); and Forest Bronzan (Co-Founder and CEO, Email Aptitude).
Speakers will discuss with the attendees the newest innovative technology that is changing the face of email and email marketing. Email remains a central force in today’s modern lifestyle. Consumers largely prefer it over other marketing channels and it brings massive ROI to modern organizations. To remain welcome and engaging in the inbox, however, marketers must deliver value and relevance while accommodating the shift to mobile viewing. Accepting payments via SMTP, real-time innovation, and information on the latest technologies and and campaign strategies and tactics transforming email are among the many topics that will be discussed with attendees.
Along with the panelists, discussion and demos, there is plenty of opportunities to network. From 3:00-3:30 p.m., there will be time for networking and there will also be a cocktail reception immediately after the panel discussion (which is from 3:30-5 p.m.). The event takes place at the Chicago Illuminating Company on 2110 S Wabash Avenue.
We hope that you are able to join us for an evening of industry experts discussing today’s email revolution and the tactics needed to bring email marketing programs into the future. Register for this free event here.
Visit the “Future of Email” website to learn more about the event’s topics and panel speakers. www.thefutureofemail.com
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