If you have ever been to an impressive marketing conference before, you know how profitable it is to be in the audience, listening to a dynamic presentation. You start to analyze how you can apply what they are sharing with your own business or you think about how a colleague would benefit from hearing an anecdote from a well-known speaker. It can truly be a catalyst for change for your business.
Sure, you can just read industry content online…but do you? You might find a great article, then realize it was published last year. The content you hear at a conference is usually up to date and cutting edge. Let’s be honest too, listening to a live speaker is more engaging than reading an article online, over lunch.
These are some of the reasons you should be attending at least one or two marketing conferences a year. Specifically, this year you should be attending the Insight Lancaster Marketing Conference.
For starters, did you hear that we have Ann Handely as our keynote speaker?!?!? Ann is a Wall Street Journal best-selling author, as well as a thought leader in the digital marketing and content marketing space. If you were to go hear Ann at most other conferences you could expect to pay upwards of $750+ per ticket. At Insight, you can hear her for around $300. Invest in your ticket today!
Insight is also bringing together a great collection of nationally known speakers and industry thought leaders from digital marketing, SEM, SEO, Social Media, VR/AR, PR, analytics and data science space. We will have vendors, practitioners and thought leaders from the profit and non-profit sectors. You can find the speaker topics listed on our schedule page here.
We expect to have around 300 attendees this year to network and share ideas with, between speakers, at the included lunch or after conference event. These will be other business leaders who will be able to share their experiences with you.
If you are a marketing professional who is trying to grasp the new marketing channels available today or just wanting to hear how leading companies are using marketing – you should attend Insight. The conference will not only offer you real world examples of marketing but also give you the knowledge necessary to implement them for your business.