Are you in sales, marketing, or management? Do you work at a credit union or another financial institution? Or do you work at a fintech or other technology startup? And, most importantly, do you want to learn more about how to improve your digital sales and marketing?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then this post is for you.
The Digital Sales & Marketing World is an annual conference that gets sales, marketing, and management aligned on their digital strategy. Learn new techniques alongside proven approaches. Watch keynote speakers, attend workshops, and participate in breakout sessions.
The whole conference is filled with valuable, actionable information. Our experience there last year was nothing short of revelatory. If digital sales, marketing, and leadership are part of your growth plan, this is a must-attend.
Due to the Coronavirus, the conference this yer has been rescheduled and will take place in Hartford, CT, from Nov 30 to Dec 2.
Join Us for a Breakout Session
Oh, and hang out with the CU 2.0 team, too. This time we’ll be joining the happy hours, not hosting them.
In fact, we’ll be hosting something completely different: a breakout session about marketing in the financial sector. We’ll discuss key events on customer journeys—and how you can turn those events into marketing opportunities.
So, whether you’re trying to grow your credit union or increase product adoption and saturation, we’ll have something there for you. Plus, we’ll work through case studies, content strategies, and technologies that can supercharge your sales and marketing results.
Bring some friends. It’s more fun that way.
Click the button below to learn more about the Digital Sales & Marketing World conference. The conference isn’t for several months, but many of the seats have already been filled (due to a Coronavirus-related delay). Early signups are still a prudent choice!
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Want to learn more about inbound and digital marketing basics? Follow the links below.
Credit Union Marketing in the Digital Age