Three Ways to Make the Most Out of Marketing Summit

April 26, 2018 charm Bianchini

Marketing Summit is next week, and 6,000 fearless marketers will descend on San Francisco for three full days of thought leadership, marketing best practices, and networking opportunities. Whether you have a conference pass or not, it doesn’t matter. There are plenty of things that you can do and learn to walk away with more knowledge than when you arrived!

See below for three ways to make the most out of your time.

ATTEND A LUNCH AND LEARN:

Who doesn’t like a hot lunch with no lines? Bypass the conference chaos and come across the street for a delicious meal. Additionally, learn from the best! You can’t top Marketo’s Co-Founder, Jon Miller, who will lead an informal educational session complete with Q & A.

The Future of Account Based Marketing Lunch and Learn

Date: Monday, April 30 | 12:15 – 1:15pm PT
Location: Tabletop Tap House (formerly Jillian’s) | 175 Fourth Street, San Francisco

Join Jon Miller, Engagio CEO and Co-Founder, and Beki Scarbrough, ForgeRock VP of Marketing, for ABM insights as they discuss what is in store to make the 1:1 future a reality.

CATCH SOME OF THESE TOP SESSIONS:

Digital marketing continues to change rapidly, and marketers must keep up to be successful. These exciting sessions reveal how to stay informed on the latest trends, technologies, and strategies.

Account-Based Engagement with Gifting

Date: Monday, April 30 | 2:00 – 2:30pm PT
Location: Tabletop Tap House (formerly Jillian’s) | 175 Fourth Street, San Francisco

This session features Sendoso’s CEO, Kris Rudeegraap, and will cover how you can use gifting to engage your target accounts throughout the customer journey.

4 Simple Must-Dos to Orchestrate Successful ABM

Date: Monday, April 30 | 3:30pm–4:00pm PT
Location: Tabletop Tap House (formerly Jillian’s) | 175 Fourth Street, San Francisco

Listen to ABM expert John Hurley, Head of Product Marketing at Radius, to understand what it takes to move from theory to successful practice.

Marvel Marketers’ Adoption Path

Date: Monday, April 30 | 3:30pm–4:00pm PT
Location: Tabletop Tap House (formerly Jillian’s) | 175 Fourth Street, San Francisco

Hear from Maneeza Aminy, CEO of Marvel Marketers, as she presents the new MMAP model (Marvel Marketers Adoption Path) to help you measure the adoption of marketing tool​s​ both from a scale and strategy point of view.

PARTY AND NETWORK WITH THE BEST:

The Marketing Summit brings together a robust marketing ecosystem of partners, customers, and prospects. What should you be doing? Networking and meeting people at parties! Take advantage of this opportunity because nothing beats forming a personal connection.

ABM Next Level Experience

Date: Monday, April 30 | 7:30am – 5:00pm PT
Location: Tabletop Tap House (formerly Jillian’s) | 175 Fourth Street, San Francisco

Drop in during the day to network with fellow marketers, grab a gourmet coffee or smoothie, catch up with ABM specialists, or see a demo! It’s a place to unwind and get away from the conference hustle and bustle.

ABM Jackpot Party

Date: Monday, April 30 | 7:00pm – 10:00pm PT
Location: Tabletop Tap House (formerly Jillian’s) | 175 Fourth Street, San Francisco

Get ready for an epic night! Get in on the action and join fellow B2B visionaries for an unforgettable evening, complete with premium cocktails, tasty hors d’oeuvres, casino games, and raffle prizes including a $1000 cash jackpot. Prizes will given out every 30 minutes! You don’t want to miss this spectacular night of fun.

Big conferences can be overwhelming, so I hope these tips help! And don’t forget to register to join some of these amazing events!

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