Meet Sailthru & Gigya at SF’s INMA
May 6, 2014
The digital era of media and publishing is experiencing a renaissance. Initially challenged by the ever-increasing volume of content being published by the ever-emerging variety of sources, leading edge media and publishing organizations are evolving to regain user loyalty through differentiated content experiences.
Spearheading thought leadership on this transformation are the attendees of the INMA World Congress events, and it’s why Sailthru is proud to sponsor INMA on May 11-13. Aiming to innovate business models, digital publishing and marketing, corporate culture and digital engagement are just a few topics that this year’s speakers and programming will present to a global audience of executives from top media brands.
As an organization that is transforming digital marketing, customer experience and how media and publishing companies understand and engage their users, Sailthru will be showcasing how our solutions are being used successfully by content leaders like The Huffington Post, Variety and the New York Post to increase revenue through generating proprietary insights about audiences interests and behaviors.
To celebrate the success of INMA and to offer opportunities to find out more about Sailthru, we’re hosting a cocktail party alongside our partner company – and masters of social login – Gigya on May 12 from 6:30pm – 7:30pm at the Fairmont Hotel’s Laurel Court Restaurant and Bar. Register now to meet other likeminded executives and to find out more about how Sailthru can help you as you work to transform the future of your organization.
Where you can find us:
• Come talk to us and get a demo from senior Sailthru staff at Booth #8 to see how our industry-leading omnichannel platform transforms media businesses
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