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On November 10, L2 will host its third-annual Innovation Forum in New York City. Presented with NYU Stern School of Business, the Forum will address innovation in digital marketing and implications for prestige brands in a TED-style event. Speakers include CEOs, Nobel Laureates, and thought leaders from academia and industry. The day will get participants thinking outside of the box and leave them with innovative ways to approach their business.
• High-velocity, provocative presentations by thought leaders from industry and academia
• Conversations and panels with industry icons and influencers
• Just-released Digital IQ Index® research benchmarking prestige brands in fashion, beauty, accessories, and retail
• Trends, predictions, and best practices based on a year’s worth of L2 research
• Performances and installations by innovators in art, media, technology, and music
• Edge-of-the-network product introductions and demos
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Registration is open for the Mobile Marketing Summit: Holiday Focus 2011 on Thursday, Sept. 8 in New York with executive keynotes from Pier 1, Pittsburgh Penguins, 1800Flowers, Pandora, Equifax and Ogilvy. Mobile Marketer is the host.
The second Mobile Marketing Summit will be held Thursday, Sept. 8 in New York at the National Museum of the American Indian, a Beaux Arts Smithsonian museum in downtown Manhattan. Targeting senior executives and decision-makers at brands, ad agencies, publishers, retailers and service providers, the summit is the leading holiday mobile marketing conference. (Conference agenda below write-up.)
“With four out of ten subscribers nationwide using Web- and app-enabled mobile phones, brands and retailers can expect some surprises this holiday season,” said Mickey Alam Khan, editor in chief of Mobile Marketer and Mobile Commerce Daily.
“As this event and its speakers will explain, consumers are trained now not only to expect their favorite brands to have a mobile presence, but also some element of mobile sophistication – shopping, inventory search, price comparison, social chat, store location and buying capabilities,” he said. “Given that mindset, it’s only fitting that holiday mobile marketing is tailored to driving transactions on device and in-store. To sit this one out is leaving money on the table.”
The New York summit is limited to around 200 executives on a first-come, first-served basis.
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