Will I See You At These Upcoming Marketing Conferences?

Conference season is in full swing! I just returned from leading a dynamic session at the Adobe Digital Summit in Salt Lake City, Utah. Here are some photos from my panel discussion entitled “How Millennial Marketers are Leading Digital Change.”

Lisa Nirell and Millennial Marketing panel members at the Adobe Summit 2015

Other journalists shared summaries of the session. Here are two featured posts:

My summary of the conference will post shortly on Forbes, so stay tuned.

Marketing expert Lisa Nirell at the 2015 Adobe SummitAs a result of the positive response to my latest book project and marketing workshops, I have also been invited to speak at the following marketing conferences in 2015:

  • Integrate 2015 Conference, May 29-30, West Virginia University – Learn more here.
  • The Social Shake-Up, June 9-10, Atlanta.

If you plan on attending any of these marketing conferences, let me know. I would love to connect in person.

I also have a favor. If you know of any organizations who are hosting offsite retreats, customer conferences, or marketing events, will you please recommend me as an expert speaker?

Copyright 2015, Lisa Nirell. All rights reserved.

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