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About Marketing Conferences 2014
Marketing Conferences 2014: As I look back on the growth of my business, I realize the value of attending marketing conferences to increase my knowledge of industry trends and expand my network. It is no longer just the CMO responsible for marketing; entrepreneurs and founders also need to know how to market themselves, their products, and their services. The presence of just one of these conferences can set you apart from others in your industry.
Marketing Conferences 2014 for Entrepreneurs and Executives
1. IMedia Conferences (different dates, different places)
India has nine different Destination Summits planned that will bring together many of the most influential senior marketers in the industry. Attendance is by invitation only, ensuring only qualified sellers attend, and the focus of each summit ranges from data-driven vision to the future of entertainment shopping and marketing. Senior Vice President Marti Funk whispered that iMedia wants the conference to create a rich and relaxing atmosphere for attendees.
2. Transformation LA: The Idea Effect (4A’s) (March 16-19, Los Angeles, California)
Transformation LA is all about supposed leadership and the power of ideas in advertising. Several executives from the leading brands and agencies will speak. 4A is also capitalizing on this year’s location by bringing in executives from the film industry to provide additional perspective.
3. CMO Club Spring Innovation and Inspiration Summit (March 24-25, New York, N.Y.)
If you’re looking for a more minor, intimate event, you can visit the CMO Club Spring Summit. The club caters exclusively to senior marketing executives, and no sales are allowed, a rule that must be difficult for this group to follow.
In a conversation with Pete Krainik, the club’s founder, you can tell that he is trying to create an environment that eliminates lies and allows leaders to be transparent and share ideas.
4. Ad Age Digital Conference (April 1-2, New York, N.Y.)
David Teicher, a senior editor at Ad Age, said it’s not about digital marketing anymore; it’s about marketing in a digital world. The focus of this conference ranges from emerging technologies to standing out in today’s content landscape. The event brings together more than 700 marketing leaders and offers fresh perspectives on various topics, including storytelling, retail, and commerce.
5. PTTOW! (May 7-9, Rancho Palos Verdes, California)
Bring some of the world’s most influential people together for a few days, and you can expect great things to happen. PTTOW! Co-founder Roman Tsunder believed there was a need for a group that brings together leaders from across industries to discuss business, culture, and also positive social impact, which led to this premier conference. Attendees include Tony Hawk, Will.i.am, and also the Dalai Lama.
6. Westchester Digital Summit (May 15, New York, N.Y.)
If you’re an entrepreneur looking to network with various influential leaders. You may be drawn to the elegant Westchester setting of this conference, hosted by Silverback Social. Conference organizer Chris Dessi promises to bring attendees energetic and also sad commentary from a diverse panel of speakers of the world’s biggest brands.
7. Annual Reputation Institute World Conference (June 3-5, Miami, Florida)
Building a compact reputation is an essential part of marketing a business. The Reputation Institute’s annual conference brings together the largest group of world leaders and also thought leaders responsible for advancing the discipline of reputation management. Most attendees are marketing, strategy, and also communications executives from Forbes 2000 companies worldwide.
8. Brand Manage Camp (September 18-19, Las Vegas, Nevada)
Brand Manage Camp was founded by Len Herstein, a former brand marketing manager tired of leaving conferences unsatisfied. Conceived as a one-track conference. Herstein and his team invest significant time and energy to ensure each guest speaker is “keynote quality” and also select speakers based on their knowledge, passion, and ability to engage audiences. An audience maintained by leading marketers.
9. FutureM (October Dates TBD, Boston, Massachusetts)
This conference brings together visionaries from the digital technology and marketing industries to discuss and also discover what’s next in integrated marketing. Conference attendees are primarily mid-level and senior executives who can participate in more than 60 sessions over three days, including panel discussions, debates, hackathons, and roundtables.
10. IGNITION: Future of Digital (Business Insider) (December 1-3, New York, N.Y.)
Unlike the young entrepreneur with an idea, this conference is aimed at established business leaders. Business Insider’s conference focuses on presenting easy-to-digest, to-the-point information, just like your post. General high-level thinking will be the focus to help those past the how-to phase. Last year, Elon Musk spoke and offered attendees a chance to test-drive Tesla cars.
Whether you want to attend an exclusive, invitation-only event or a conference aimed at sparking new and visionary ideas. The above ten meetings offer opportunities for leaders to connect and inspire to come home and be ready for the latest news: marketing and also advertising trends.
I can tell you some personal stories from lectures at various conferences. Make friends with influencers and also other people in the industry. Get more social media followers and quality backlinks from the presentations and also coverage. Getting leads from people who come up to us after presentations and during conferences in general and give us their business cards
Enjoy the post-conference events! (But I’ll keep it off the record). Of course, speaking at events like this doesn’t come cheap. It costs to travel, hotels and also food. But connections between “real” people in the “real” world are priceless. Hence this is just one of the reasons part of our PR and marketing work is to help clients get selected to speak at relevant conferences.