Grow Boating

July 2, 2019

If you are planning to attend the 2019 IBEX Show, consider signing up for the Grow Boating Marketing Summit, September 30, 2019 from 10am–5pm in the CAMLS* 2nd floor auditorium at IBEX.

Digital marketing has transformed consumer expectations. The tools and strategies you need to be an effective marketer today are constantly changing—an evolution that presents both challenges and opportunities. 

You need to understand digital consumer behaviors in order to develop a productive digital marketing strategy. During this summit you’ll:
• Learn about the forces shaping the digital landscape
• Gain insight from leading experts
• Discover actionable strategies to engage your customers
• Hear about emerging trends and technologies

Seating is limited.
Meet the Presenters:
   •   Mari Smith, Facebook & Relationship Marketing Expert
   •   Heather Lutze, Findability Group
   •   Marcus Sheridan, The Sales Lion
   •   Jack Ellis, Info Link

Fee: $159 through August 15. $199 beginning August 16.

Lunch included. Cocktail reception to follow. Made possible by the Marine Accessories and Components Division of NMMA, IBEX and Marine Marketers of America. 

*Located across the street from the Tampa Convention Center, the CAMLS (Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation) features state-of-the-art soundproof meeting rooms with comfortable seating and desks, power at each seat, WiFi and more. 

Questions? Please contact Freya Olsen at folsen@nmma.org or 312.946.6255 

You must register as an IBEX attendee (at no additional cost) to register for this IBEX Special Event. https://www.expologic.com/clients/ibex/reg/

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