EEC2020 Goes Virtual!

We hope you’ll join us for our first ever Email Evolution Conference experienced in the virtual world. It’s coming-up just around the corner: June 22-23.

We’re excited to bring to you the amazing content that our 2020 Email Evolution Conference Planning Committee shaped for our live, in-person event directly to your home office – virtually.

It’s jam-packed with great content and learnings to elevate your email marketing campaigns:

    • Our opening and closing panels will provide tips and strategies for the current and future state of email marketing – including EEC Award Winners — Chad White, Justine Jordan and Simms Jenkins to name a few.
    • Keynote: Co-Founders of John’s Crazy Socks — John & Mark Cronin will be discussing on a personal level how inclusion and happiness are good for business and build brand purpose.
    • Learn email best practices from top email marketing executives and key leaders from: John’s Crazy Socks, The Home Depot, Pitney Bowes, Herschend Family Entertainment (Dollywood), Ferguson, SparkPost, BrightWave, Validity, VRBO, RevZilla, Sailthru, Verizon, Oracle, MessageGears, BrightWave, Wildbit and Caleres.
    • Receive tips on: personalization, copy/design, retargeting, maximizing transactional emails, getting emails delivered to the inbox; along with an overview of data privacy & policy challenges facing email marketers today.

It wouldn’t be an EEC event without a virtual networking opportunity: attendees will also be able to learn more about, and connect with sponsors and exhibitors using the virtual platform. Contact Wilson Vargas to learn more.

While we cannot be together in-person this year – we hope you’ll join us virtually and continue our tradition of connecting, learning and growing as email marketers. One registration pass will provide access to everyone in your company to attend this virtual event.

Lisa Brown Shosteck
Director, ANA Email Experience Council

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