DAM Event Updates – 15th September 2021
There are a number of DAM and marketing technology events taking place in the coming weeks.
On Tuesday 21st September, Digital Summit Portland will be offering two full days of workshops, sessions, speakers and masterclasses in a broad range of digital and marketing disciplines. Tickets for this in-person event cost from $300 (with promocode LASTCHANCE).
“You will have access to over 40 in-depth, digital marketing sessions, led by top experts in the marketing world. Fill your brain and notebook with the latest cutting-edge marketing strategies and tactics. Get inspired and hear what’s on the horizon in marketing with keynotes from Instagram’s Lead Product Marketer, Jon Youshaei, and Spotify’s Global Creative Strategist, Jenny Hoffman.” [Read More]
This year’s Digital Marketing World Forum (North America West) will be taking place on 22nd September. This virtual event will feature over 30 speakers from some of the world’s most popular brands, offering five tracks of content covering eCommerce, social media marketing, content and brand strategy, data and insights, and digital transformation. With over 30 speakers from some of the world’s most popular brands
“An online conference for the ambitious marketer wanting to explore the latest marketing trends and strategies to expand their knowledge. On 22 September 2021, Digital Marketing World Forum (#DMWF North America West); is set to bring together over 1000+ senior digital marketing professionals virtually from across America for a full day of thought leadership, great insights and practical ‘how-to’ advice to help you tackle the challenges that you are facing.” [Read More]
On Thursday September 30th, Breaking Down Data Silos to Optimize the Customer Experience will be exploring new approaches to building a unified customer experience, including the use of artificial intelligence to improve personalisation and automation. This free to attend virtual event will be presented by Seth Earley.
“We will discuss a framework that the enterprise can begin building using traditional technologies and extend to AI Powered CX tools. We’ll review examples of organizations who have built the foundation to not only realize efficiencies in operations but pave the way for increasing levels of automation and personalization at scale.” [Read More]Share this Article: