Email—it's the oldest digital messaging channel and still one of the most effective. To make the most of your email program, learn from email thought leaders at this year’s Long-Term Relationships (LTR) Conference how the customer engagement landscape is shifting and what tools and tactics brands are using to keep up. Featuring experts from Canva, Gap, Grailed, and Just Eat.
Learn what the experts from this panel had to say about what’s possible in personalization at this year’s Long Term Relationships (LTR) conference, featuring: Stephanie Loring, Manager of CRM Operations and Insights at Grubhub, Lizzie Landis, Marketing Manager at Ibotta, Maggie Breeden, Product Manager at Grindr, Paul Goldshteyn, Senior Product Manager, Mobile at Glassdoor, and Sharon Harris, VP, Alliance Relationships - Google Marketing Platform at Deloitte Digital.
Brilliant customer experiences are built on a foundation of data, technology, and teamwork—but, too often, the teams side of equation is given short shrift by brands as they build and optimize their marketing efforts. In this session at the 2019 Long-Term Relationships (LTR) conference, industry veterans shared their insights on how teams have evolved and what it takes to manage them in today's evolving landscape. Featuring experts from ParkMobile, Pizza Hut BOOK IT!, MINDBODY, and AdExchange.
Data is the lifeblood of modern marketing—it powers segmentation and personalization, provides key insights for optimization, and is the fuel that machine learning runs on. Learn how to create a technology ecosystem that’s built on streaming data you can leverage at scale from this panel of data experts at the 2019 Long-Term Relationships (LTR) Conference. Featuring experts from TIDAL, mParticle, Snowflake, and Segment.
Over the past decade, technology has allowed innovative brands to provide highly-relevant, personalized experiences to their customers across a wide range of digital channels and touchpoints. It’s a major opportunity for brands, but one that many companies struggle to make a reality. To get there, more and more marketing, growth, and engagement teams are turning to agencies, consultancies, and other solutions partners.