Thirteen hours of presentations, 20 hours of interviews, and 34 speakers share one common theme: The right marketing technology can help marketers stimulate customer engagement and drive ROI. Here, we distill the key issues for you
Commonalities among the winners of DMN's 2016 Marketing&Tech Innovation Awards shed light on what it takes to be (successfully) innovative in marketing today.
Marketers from AccuWeather and The New York Times discuss how to rethink staffing and processes to get the most from marketing technology.
Western Union's head of global social strategy explains how tapping into customers' distinct cultures and needs creates engaging, relatable stories that prompt action.
A panel of sports marketers took the stage at DMN's 2016 Marketing&Tech Innovation Summit and shared their best practices for driving engagement, loyalty, and sales.
Day 2 of DMN's 2016 Marketing &Tech Innovation Summit brims over with captivating content—covering everything from how data is changing marketing, to selecting the "ideal" marketing technology, to moving beyond engagement to entangled marketing.
Marketers for clothing retailer American Eagle Outfitters recognize that shoppers today are multidimensional, transient, and always-on.
Getting a new email program off the ground isn't easy, but Delta Air Lines took its SkyMiles frequent flier emails to new heights by using data to deliver segmented, relevant messages.
Global B2B marketing agency Stein IAS wanted to find an easier way for marketers to compare their digital marketing aptitude to others and more thoroughly understand where they need to improve.
One reason for Sprout Social's appeal is the relative simplicity of its user interface, and the perception that even inexperienced users can learn to navigate it easily.
This year we recognize Salesforce's achievement, for the completeness of vision and technological excellence of its cloud-based digital marketing platform.
Influitive, the advocate marketing platform headquartered in Toronto, impressed judges with its innovative approach to customer experience management.
Jon Baron explains customer engagement, why it will remain a marketing focus, and how to track this important metric.
Marketing success today takes collaboration not only among marketers, but especially with their technologist colleagues, asserts Kimberly-Clark's Mayur Gutpa. Here's what else captured attention at DMN's Marketing&Tech Innovation Summit.
The two finalists of the Marketing Automation Innovation award share their different approaches to marketing at the 2015 Marketing&Tech Innovation Summit.
Panelists discussed the role technology plays in marketing, and how marketers should approach new technology at the 2015 Marketing&Tech Innovation Summit.
We reveal who's tops in using technology and data to innovate their marketing: Announcing the winners of the 2015 Marketing&Tech Innovation Awards.
Marketers and their technology colleagues have varied perspectives, but they can all agree that collaboration is essential. Read on to learn how to achieve it in your organization.
The 2014 Marketing&Tech Partnership Summit was a day packed with insight, networking opportunities, laughs, revelations, and industry luminaries.
With Big Data comes big responsibility. So, between marketing, IT and legal, who exactly owns this data? Winterberry Group's Bruce Biegel breaks down data ownership once and for all.
Like it or not, today all brands are in the technology business, says Aaron Shapiro, CEO of Huge, speaking at the Marketing&Tech Partnership Summit in NYC.
Choosing marketing-technology providers is no easy feat—especially as the market continues to evolve and diversify. Here, a view of the market.
What will be the big marketing trends in 2014? Bruce Biegel, senior managing partner at Winterberry Group, shares his predictions.
Direct Marketing News Editor-in-Chief Ginger Conlon talks to Veeral Rathod, cofounder of J. Hilburn, at the luxury menswear brand's new pop-store in NYC.
Marketers and technologists need to collaborate, now more than ever—especially considering that oft-quoted Gartner stat about CMOs spending more than CIOs by 2017.
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