The MarTech® Conference: Expert-Led Training For Senior Marketers
Consumer behaviors and expectations have changed more in the past twelve months than ever before. The significant and rapid shift from brick-and-mortar to online platforms has your customers demanding seamless digital experiences, relevant messaging, competitive pricing, and smooth delivery.
The only way to meet these demands is by strategically deploying cutting-edge marketing technologies, paired with a commitment from marketing ops teams to evolve. The changes we saw in the past few years are not going away.
Are you and your organization prepared for what comes next?
Join us online at The MarTech® Conference to explore these essential changes, challenges, and opportunities and discover how senior marketers like you can succeed. You’ll unlock expert-led presentations that deliver actionable tactics and proven strategies — and discover time-saving solutions that deliver measurable ROI.
Discover how attending MarTech can help you become a master of marketing in the digital age.
Justin Sharaf, vice president of marketing operations at Collibra, shares four easy ways to get better data from your MAP.
If you’re a technology focused marketing practitioner, consider submitting a pitch to present at The MarTech Conference.
Despite the wealth of data provided by platforms today, the potential for fragmentation and other issues is high. An optimized tech stack can help.
Building customer trust is vital to the success of any brand. Here's how marketers can increase trust without sacrificing something just as important -- privacy.
Buyers are on “the customer journey of a lifetime" coming off of a two-year period where digital became dominant and relationships were forged behind screens.
We've taken those presentations and distilled them down to articles that you can reference, share and use in your next team discussions.
You can learn more at the MarTech virtual conference March 29 & 30 There will be 45+ sessions and registration is free.
Visualize your data, and attach it to something reliable. Because a presentation has to mean something to make an impact on an audience.
Disconnected marketing campaigns are doomed to fail. Here are some ways to identify and address these issues.