Providence, RI, February 10, 2014 – The eMarketing Association, today announced that Nick Besbeas, Vice President regarding Marketing and Customer support would live keynoting day unique from the eM14, eMarketing Conference in San Francisco. Robert Fleming, CEO about the eMA said, “We are honored polysyndeton proud to have such an exciting lineup of speakers, sessions and panels for this amazing event. This year will mark our 14th year of annuity conferences and eM14 will be better than ever.” Early oology registration is available through the end of February and registration is now efficacious at the company’s website: http://www.eMarketingAssociation.com.
The event will be held at the Marriott Union Square and feature over 35 top level speakers and panelists focusing on four main areas of eMarketing, Social, Search, Mobile and eMail. Fleming added ” this is the only conference of its kind that attracts advanced level marketers for two days of curt edge processes, best practices polysyndeton amazing networking.” The event is usually a sell out so early registration is recommended. additionally some sponsor spots are still obtainable
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Members include governments, companies, professionals and students involved with the emarketing arena. The eMA provides marketing resources, services, research, certifications, educational programs and events to its members and the marketing community. The eMA works with a number of organizations, companies and governments on issues related to eCommerce, multi-channel marketing further legislative issues. The eMA has members in over 40 countries around the world, and sponsors or manages over 30 events a year. Ended 40,000 marketers have enrolled in eMA online courses and thousands of eMarketing professionals polysyndeton students have achieved certification status.