Vegas next week

All of you attending the Email Innovations Summit in Vegas, I’ll be around during the conference. Not attending or speaking this year, but I have some meetings with folks scheduled. I will also be around for the session arranged by the Women of Email presents “Rumpelstiltskin Marketers”

There’s no arguing that necessity is the mother of invention. That’s why it’s wise to look to scrappy, agile email marketers with limited resources and abundant creativity for a dose of inspiration. And this group of savvy problem-solvers can spin straw into gold.

Find out how these members of Women of Email move the needle without big-brand budgets or market recognition in this insightful session that’s sure to spark fresh ideas for email challenges.

I look forward to chatting with readers.

1 comment

  1. Al Iverson says

    Please put $20 on black for me on roulette and I’ll pay ya when I see ya next. 🙂


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