One of the questions we get often is awho goes to MarTech? a Makes sense. You want to know if there will be others like you to meet, share ideas and construct valuable professional connections when deciding to invest in attending.
The overwhelming majority of attendees are administrators with marketing-decision responsibilities. In fact, virtually 70% of attendees describe themselves as marketing, executive or IT management. The rest are marketing/ IT staff and others.
Attendees are from companies of all sizes. About 30% said they were from big enterprises, while 60% said they were from companies with more than $25 million in marketings. Attendees also come from companies that sell B2B and B2C.
If meeting, learning and talking shop with others responsible for digital transformation and experience voices exciting, MarTech May 9-11 in San Francisco is an experience you should consider treating yourself to.
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Hereas a brief summary of the formal and informal networking activities 😛 TAGEND
Breakfast Keynotes: Start your day off right! Join your fellow delegates for an energizing breakfast, and presentations from our Title Sponsor Workfront( May 10) and Amplero( May 11 ).
Networking Lunches: There is more than one way to get more out of lunch at MarTech than just hot dinners!
Continue the learn by attending lunches and presentations from our sponsors Sitecore, Brightcove, Acxiom and Segment. Want to continue the conversation outside its present session rooms? You can register for aBirds of a Feathera lunch tables.