Virtual Event: FAQs



Email Advantage: Make Data and Targeting Work for You
Thursday, June 14, 2012 | 11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. ET / 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. PT
 

 

What is the Direct Marketing News Virtual Event?


An online-only resource for marketing professionals where thought leadership meets exhibition. This Direct Marketing News Virtual Event is a full day, online resource for integrated marketing professionals featuring the latest trends, tools, strategies, thought leadership and case studies in the area of email marketing - all without leaving your office. Our online platform includes webcast sessions, keynote speakers and exhibitor booth environments for follow-up questions, live chats and material downloads.


Why should I attend?


All marketing pros need to remain current with industry trends. This virtual event will provide a full day of the top resources on email marketing. The virtual exhibitor floor will feature all the benefits of a live trade show - without the hassle of having to travel. Visitors will have the opportunity to view educational webcasts and participate in live Q&As. Attendees will also be able to move freely throughout the environment, visiting exhibitor booths, picking up informational packets and speaking with top industry experts, as well as network with peers.


Who should attend?


Marketing professionals and leaders seeking to learn from their peers and top marketers in a variety of industries about email marketing.

Who should exhibit?


Smart vendors looking to connect with marketing professionals.


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