It's a new year with the same problems for interactive marketers. It's 2017 and we're still overwhelmed with the pace of change, excited by the promise of emerging technology, yet unimpressed with how to measure our progress.
Significant changes happening in consumer behavior, social networks, and technology innovation will impact every aspect of marketing in the coming year -- whether we're ready or not.
And yet there is a timeless truism that endures year over year -- the best interactive marketers are students of their craft and tend to be excited for all of this change.
The modern marketer studies the "what's next" and "next big thing," and is quick to identify trends, contextualize them, and integrate these insights into his or her annual plans. Are you ready to approach 2017 as a modern marketer?
Join thought leaders from across the Twin Cities for a forward-looking discussion on 2017 trends, what's next, and how to avoid fad fatigue this January.
Moderator: Greg Swan, VP of Brand Innovation at space150.
Splitting his time between New York and Minneapolis, Greg leads a team devoted to influencing consumer behavior online and uncovering the “what’s next” in technology and media for Fortune 500 brands. He was also the voice of Punxsutawney Phil on Twitter for 5 years.
- Julie Scheife, Director of Digital Engagement at Land O'Lakes, Inc.
- Jake Nyberg, Director/Partner at THREEVOLTS
- Laurie Blum, Associate VP, Digital, Regis
- Mitch Hislop, Digital Strategy Lead, fjorge digital
- Kate Boeckman, Senior Manager, Strategic Product Management, Applied Innovation, Thomson Reuters
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