Catch Sailthru at the Advertising Week Experience
By Kristine Lowery | September 19, 2013
Sailthru’s CFO/COO, VP of Analytics, and Sales Directors.
The Advertising Week Experience is an annual meeting of the minds of leading marketing and communications trailblazers in New York City. Sailthru will be exhibiting and speaking at the event. Full details below.
September 23 – 27, 2013.
The Times Center
242 W 41st St
New York, NY 10036
The Advertising Week Experience is a hybrid of thought leadership seminars featuring the industry’s best and brightest and special events which galvanize targeted constituencies. Aside from advertisers and publishers, the event draws from client and broader cultural and creative communities with a laser focus on key business drivers which shape and influence the global industry.
Don’t miss any of the discussions Sailthru will be involved in!
September 24 @ 1:00 pm, Times Center Hall. Our CFO/COO, David Blanke, will be speaking on the NASDAQ Venture Series panel where startups and emerging players examine trends, disruption and what’s next in the world of data and content.
September 24 @ 1:30 pm, Huffington Post Live Stage. VP of Analytics, Cassie Young, will be giving a 10-minute Sailthru demo. Come see how strategic personalization through Sailthru Smart Data can transform your business.
Also don’t forget to visit members of the Sailthru team at our table located at D-3 all day on the 24th! We can’t wait to see you there.
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