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Overdrive to Sponsor 9th Annual NEDMA Marketing Technology Summit

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MTech Summit 2018

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We’re excited to announce that we are  sponsoring the 9th Annual New England Marketing Association (NEDMA) Marketing Technology Summit on December 3 at The Conference Center at Bentley University in Waltham, MA.

Join the New England Direct Marketing Association (NEDMA) for a full day of learning on the cutting-edge technology that you need to know in order to become a marketing engineer.

This packed full event features industry leaders who will present the latest and greatest technologies in the marketing landscape. Check out the Summit’s conference website for speaker bios, session descriptions, and schedule for the day.

Register today using our exclusive link to receive the discount price of $99. That’s 50% off the full price ticket. You must use the link from the MTech Summit Speaker Discount page to receive the discount.

SPEAKERS AND SESSIONS

The Future of Marketing

Tim Reis, Director, Performance Agencies, Google

The New Rules of Marketing Technology

Scott Brinker, VP Platform Ecosystem, HubSpot

Crafting the Customer Journey

Harry Gold, Founder and CEO, Overdrive Interactive

How to Increase Recall, Response, and Revenue with Neuromarketing

Nancy Harhut, Chief Creative Officer, HBT Marketing

Digital Marketing – Heaven or Hell

Ian Cross, Professor, Director of Center for Marketing Technology, Bentley University

Melinda Powers, Director of Digital Marketing and Communications, Certica Solutions

Dennis Kelly, CEO, Postalytics

Augmented Reality – what marketers should prepare for now

Nicolas Robbe, CEO and Co-Founder, Hoverlay

Inspiring Action with Video

Laura O’Connell, Agency Development Manager, Google

Fizz Ahmed, New Business Manager, Google

 

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Find both detailed package descriptions and Sponsorship Applications here. Any questions about the event may be sent to Pat Lee, Managing Director of NEDMA or call 781-237-1366.

Be sure to check out Overdrive Interactive’s social media for updated information about speakers, sessions, and ticket deadlines. Follow the Summit socially using #MTechSummit.

Of course, let us know if we can help you in anyway. As an integrated digital agency, we help companies like yours by offering proven, performance-based online marketing strategies and tactics that start delivering results right away. Take a look at our list of digital marketing services.

We hope to see you there!

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