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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

MarketingProfs B2B Forum 2010: Boston, May 3-5

MarketingProfs B2B Forum 2010Save the date for the MarketingProfs B2B Forum 2010! It's happening in Boston from May 3rd through 5th, 2010.

I've been invited to attend as a guest blogger to help share the wisdom I experience.

I'm also able to offer you a $200 discount if you use Code "BLOG" when you register. To register click on this B2B Forum 2010 link.

Here's what you can expect from this year's B2B Forum.

First, look over the schedule-at-a-glance. It will help put into perspective the overall program of events.

New for this B2B Forum is a Pre-Conference Training Day on May 3rd with two intense sessions to choose from:

+Lead Generation Workshop with Ruth P. Stevens from e-Marketing Strategy
+ Integrating Social Media Into Your Marketing Plan To Improve ROI with Christina "CK" Kerley from ckEpiphany

The full conference program takes place May 4th and 5th. It focuses on integrating social media into your marketing - a most relevant topic if you want my opinion.

I always enjoy MarketingProfs keynote presentations. In 2009, we had Steven Berlin Johnson and Barry Schwartz.

For 2010, we will have B2B Forum Keynote Presentations from David Weinberger [The Cluetrain Manifesto co-author, senior researcher at Harvard's prestigious Berkman Center for Internet & Society, a Franklin Fellow helping the State Department use Web 2.0 in innovative ways, and a senior consultant to the Harvard Law Library] and Mitch Joel [author of Six Pixels of Separation and president of Twist Image]. I'm psyched!

[In 2009, I really enjoyed hearing Sandy Carter who had us thinking intensely about effective marketing.]

I'm looking forward to similar inspiration, reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones. Will you join me?

I hope so.


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