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Data Marketing 2013 - Toronto
Data Marketing 2013 - Toronto

12/9/2013 to 12/10/2013

When: December 9-10, 2013
Where: Hyatt Regency Toronto
370 King St W
Toronto, ON  M5V 1J9
Vincent Fabre

In today’s data driven marketplace, marketing leaders need to harness massive amounts of data that customers generate. The desire to be data driven requires constant effort from marketers to collect data necessary to make appropriate decisions.

Technology and data enable marketers to deliver communications that are much more relevant through effective micro-segmentation, sentiment analysis, behavior prediction and personalization. However, given the excessive volume and extremely diverse nature of the content, companies are sometimes unsure about how to proceed with their data in order to turn it into actionable insight.

DATA MARKETING 2013 will address these challenges with a unique approach.

It will offer visitors exceptional content through :

· Top quality conferences

· Panel sessions

· Project workshops

· An exhibition

This event will be an unparalleled occasion to learn about the perspectives and changes of the data landscape. You will discover innovative strategies and technologies in order to optimize your data and turn it into actionable insights.

Who should attend?

· CMOs

· Marketing Managers

· Strategic and Business Development Managers

· Customer Intelligence

· Digital Marketing

· User experience

· Marketing Agencies

gives you a unique opportunity to understand how to achieve better marketing results and to keep abreast of future trends. Don’t miss it!

SEMPO members are reminded to review the member discounts page for the members only 20% discount link.


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