Feb 24: South Florida Interactive Marketing Association

Announcement from South Florida Interactive Marketing Association

SAVE THE DATE: Join us at Pubcon SFIMA Summit This Month February 24: Masters Group Training Workshop February 25: Full-Day Summit

The Pubcon SFIMA Summit is SFIMA’s largest annual conference, with over 20 sessions that cover the latest trends and successes in digital marketing today.

Whether you are new to Pubcon or a SFIMA member who has never attended our yearly Summit, we offer great tips and practices on general arrival information and sessions to get the most out of your experience.

Check out our short ‘How to Guide’ for attending the 2016 conference.

Summit Snapshot:

Complimentary Breakfast
Welcoming Speech
Four Tracks (7 sessions each)
Key Note Address
After Party @ Bimini Boatyard
Perks

SFIMA Members: Contact membership membership (AT) sfima.com to receive a discount code for $100 off the Full Day ticket price on February 25th.

SFIMA NON-Members: Register for Summit today and receive 6 months of free SFIMA Membership with purchase

When: February 24 – 25

Where:
Fort Lauderdale Convention Center
1950 Eisenhower Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316

Discount: SFIMA members will receive a separate email with discount code for registration

About Summit

Pubcon SFIMA Summit, one of the South Florida’s largest annual Internet marketing conferences arrives early this year. SFIMA in partnership with Pubcon will host 30 sessions that explore digital marketing, social media, search research and insights. This year’s powerful keynote speaker is Scott Stratten, top Twitter influencer.

Register at http://bit.ly/SFIMA-Pubcon

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