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5 Reasons You Should Attend MarTech: The Marketing Tech Conference

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MarTech: The Marketing Tech Conference is right around the corner. Here are five reasons you should attend:


1. Actionable content. MarTech sessions will help you:

- Maximize the return on your marketing technology investments.

- Implement a marketing culture that is responsive, agile and drives business success.

- Manage people and processes to create brilliant online experiences for your customers.


2. Accomplished presenters. Conference chair Scott Brinker and the MarTech advisory board selected speakers based on their expertise and willingness to share. You get two days of keynote-quality presentations and expert panels.


3. Vendor agnostic. MarTech isn’t tied to any marketing platform or technology. MarTech will help you choose the technologies, and effectively implement the culture and processes that ensure results.


4. Join the community. MarTech will be the largest independent gathering of marketing technologists in North America. Connect with others who speak your language and are facing and overcoming your challenges.


5. Meet 65 solution providers. The MarTech expo hall will be packed with companies providing comprehensive marketing clouds to task-specific point solutions. Need a solution? See who’s exhibiting.


Bonus reason to attend: Incredible value! You get access to all of the sessions, networking events, expo hall, breakfast, snacks and hot lunches for just $1595.


Want to send the team? MarTech is an ideal experience for executive and marketing management, marketing operations and IT staff to share. Take advantage of our team rates and save 15%-35%.


Register now and reserve your place at MarTech!


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