From February 2nd until February the 4th the annual Email Evolution Conference will take place in Miami. The Email Evolution Conference, also known as EEC15 this year, will consist of four major components.
These include two workshops, a four-track educational conference, an interactive area and a network gathering.
Email Evolution Conference 2015 – Program & Speakers
Speakers include featured keynote speaker Guy Kawasaki and Rachel Nyswander Thomas of DMA USA. He will present his keynote ‘The Art of Enchantment’ on Tuesday from 8:30AM until 9:45AM.
On February 4th from 1PM to 2:30PM, a keynote event and first for EEC will take place called Mythbusters: Deliverability vs. Engagement. It features Ryan Phelan and Dennis Dayman. ISP deliverability teams will share challenges with regards to engagement in the inbox and give actionable advice. Be sure to check it out of you have improving inbox engagement as one of your business goals.
Other speakers include Jeanne Jennings, Karen Talavera, Austin Bliss, Paul Shriner, Vivek Sharma and JasonFordham.
A celebratory luncheon will will take place on Feb 3rd to honor the 2015 eec’s email marketing award winners Alessandra Souers and Justine Jordan.
See the full EEC15 program here.
Email Evolution Conference 2015 – Location
As one of the first email marketing events in 2015, it is taking place in one of the rather warmer locations of the USA: Miami Florida. To be exact, the InterContinental hotel in Miami.
If you want to know more about InterContinental Hotel in Miami, check out their website.
Email Evolution Conference 2015 – Updates and Sponsors
Can’t make it to the event but want to keep up with everything going on? You have a few options.
First of all, keep an eye on Twitter. Be sure to check out hashtag #eec15: put it in your saved searches or streams of your favorite Twitter client.
Secondly, it’s worth following the event’s organizer’s account, @DMA_USA and the event account @theeec for official updates.
Event sponsors are Maropost (title sponsor), Acxiom (diamond sponsor), Strongview, Epsilon, ReturnPath, Message Systems, RealTimeEmail, and Silverpop.
More info can be found on the Email Evolution website.