Introducing Sailthru Lift 2015: The Art & Science of Modern Marketing
June 16, 2015
Marketing is in the midst of a revolution. Consumers are rapidly changing, commerce and monetization are shifting, data is growing exponentially, and the competition is undeniably fierce.
It’s why leading marketers today are focused on transforming the customer lifetime experience. They’re looking for solutions to bridge the personal connection to consumers as face-to-face interactions become fewer and far between. This is where Sailthru comes in.
Since 2008, we’ve been helping marketers re-imagine what’s possible in marketing. In 2014, we launched our first ever customer conference, Sailthru Lift, to further imagine the next frontier of technology, digital experiences and success.
Now, we’re so excited to announce that Sailthru Lift 2015 will be headed to the historic and unique Brooklyn Museum this October for an event bigger and better than the last!
Join us for the 2nd annual Lift event as we dive into this year’s theme “The Art and Science of Modern Marketing”, with a host of amazing speakers: Neil Lustig (CEO, Sailthru), Neil Capel (Founder, Sailthru), David Raab (Principal Analyst, Raab Associates), Shar VanBoskirk (VP Principal Analyst, Forrester Research), Brian Vellmure (CRM thought leader) and many, many more to come.
Visit the Lift 2015 website to register for this truly one-of-a-kind event, and stay tuned for updates on panels, new speakers, sponsors and more!
Curious what #SailthruLift is all about? Here are the highlights from last year.
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