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MarTech – The Marketing, Management & Technology Conference 2018

MarTech Tech Event Conference 2018

This is surely a worth going conference series for senior-level. MarTech will consist of hybrid professionals who are both marketing and tech-savvy. You can expect the crowd of growth hackers, data scientists, and digital strategists, Marketing technologists and creative technologists as they are the integral part to this thriving community.

You can explore a broad range of important marketing technological issues and ideas while also being able to go deep in the content of each presentation. The event also claims to have no fluff, no hidden agendas and no sales pitches.

MarTech will give the attendees a vendor-agnostic forum for understanding about the marketing technologies and also explain about how organizations can effectively integrate them into their marketing strategy and operations.

Detailed schedule of MarTech conference 2018

Dates: October 1-3, 2018

Venue: Hynes Convention Center – 900 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02115

Official website: https://martechconf.com/

Why you should attend MarTech conference 2018?

The event is famous for creating an intersection for the three – Marketing, technology and management. A major role in these intersection, marketing technologists who are a small but growing group of hybrid professionals and also manage that intersection.

Marketing technologists build both brands and systems. They act as a bridge between marketing and IT.

You can call this event a patch for a program that is woefully outdated. This even is clearly a bug fix for WordStar in an age of Google Docs.

Taking about the event overall, Marketers and attendees embrace technology to deliver compelling campaigns and a lovely remarkable customer experiences.

Technologists grasp experience design and growth hacking principles to make output products that individuals love and love to share. Administration combines the heap of components across them into a cohesive whole, more prominent than the sum of its parts.

Managers grasp distributed leadership, enabling groups to detect and react to a quickly evolving world. Strategy turns out to be more bi-directional, a common vision that adjusts to new open doors through consistent experimentation. The brand ideal is made real, and relevant, consistently.