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Retail Marketing in an Increasingly Digital and Data-Driven Marketplace

No longer is location a retailer's main asset. Today it's omnichannel data—and the ability to use that data to convert browsers to buyers.

Location, location, location. For years that was the mantra for retail success. Today, location is table stakes—and that location had better be "everywhere": brick-and-mortar, web, mobile, etc.—and the new mantra is data, data, data.

Join Direct Marketing News for a one-day virtual conference to learn the latest on how to transform omnichannel marketing and customer data into insight that will allow you to anticipate customer needs, create more relevant communications, and reach and engage the right consumers across digital and traditional channels.

 A selection of instructional sessions and moderated discussions will examine such topics as:

·Using omnichannel data to improve communications within and across channels

·Harnessing mobile marketing and commerce

·Optimizing customer segmentation and targeting

·Crafting a social commerce strategy

·Building customer engagement across channels

Sign up today to get the insight you need to create a data-driven, omnichannel retail marketing strategy that will captivate consumers and compel them to purchase.

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Nicole Marshall
Associate Events Manager
P: 646.638.6059

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Greg Zalka
Business Development Director
P: 646.638.6027

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