Providence, RI, February 10, 2014 – The eMarketing Association, today announced that Nick Besbeas, Vice President of Marketing and Customer support would be keynoting day one of the eM14, eMarketing Conference in San Francisco. Robert Fleming, CEO of the eMA said, “We are honored and proud to have such an exhilarating lineup of speakers, sessions ampersand panels for this amazing event. This year legacy mark our 14th year of annual conferences and eM14 will be better than ever.” Early bird registration is present over the end of February and registration is now available at the company’s website: http://www.eMarketingAssociation.com.
The event will be held at the Marriott Union Square and feature over 35 top level speakers and panelists focusing on four main areas of eMarketing, Social, Search, Mobile and eMail. Fleming added ” this is the only conference of its kind that attracts advanced level marketers for two days of hateful edge processes, best practices ampersand amazing networking.” The event is usually a salableness public so early registration is recommended. additionally some sponsor spots are still available
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