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High Five Conference Exploding With Ideas

Posted January 27, 2014
Updated January 31, 2014

Triangle AMA is an advertising partner of WRAL.com, but this article is intended to be educational and informative in nature.

With companies and organizations demanding greater effectiveness from their marketing efforts, it’s now more important than ever that those responsible for those marketing efforts be at the top of their game. That means staying informed, being educated and learning from others in the field. The Triangle chapter of the AMA has put together a dynamite marketing conference – HIGH FIVE – that will bring the latest marketing ideas to Raleigh. Trust us — you won’t want to miss this.

Beginning on Wednesday, February 26th, and running through Thursday, February 27th, HIGH FIVE promises to be two-days of intense, yet highly informative workshops, breakout sessions, and keynote speeches. Everything from content marketing to latest trends and marketing analytics will be covered. For example, keynote speaker and author Spike Jones will share how marketers can leverage the most underutilized tool available today — word of mouth. Jeni Herberger, founder of The Fulcrum Agency, will share her thoughts on how collaboration with creative and design professionals can result in customer loyalty, expanded customer bases and increased sales. Sheridan Orr, head of Global Product Marketing at ChannelAdvisor will fill us in on the latest developments in neuromarketing as one of the many breakout sessions.

What can we say! There’s literally something for everyone at HIGH FIVE.

And it all takes place in Raleigh, home to some of the most innovative thinking in the Southeast.

We invite you to join us for this fun and energizing event. It promises to get your year off to a great start. Don’t feel like you have to come alone either. Bring a colleague or, better yet, bring your entire team!

Still need more details? Check out the HIGH FIVE website, which has speakers bios, a complete breakdown of the conference schedule and pricing.

See you in downtown Raleigh on February 26th!

 

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