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A Twitter Story of Our Chicago Marketing Event

By | 08.28.15

A Twitter Story of Our Chicago Marketing Event

Downtown ChicagoWe had an amazing turnout for our Chicago Marketing Success Seminar at City Winery — 219 participants! The panel included:

  • Barry Moltz, radio host, entrepreneur and author
  • Faith Murphy, Director of Channel Management and Small Business Sales at Yahoo
  • Ben Tyson, Senior Partner Trainer of Channel Sales Partnerships at Google
  • Christopher Folmar, Director of CRM & SAAS Products at Dex Media
  • Sima Dahl, branding champion
  • Daliah Saper, Intellectual Property, Social Media and Business Attorney at Saper Law
  • Howard Tullman, CEO of 1871

Rather than telling you myself about top tips from Chicago, like I did for our Baltimore and Dallas events, I thought I’d let our small business participants’ tweets provide the info (with one tweet from us as well)! Check out the tidbits below!

If you’re in Atlanta, check out our Digital Seminar on Sept. 2. And Boston readers: A Marketing Success Seminar is coming your way on Sept 30! Details will be available soon. Watch our Events page for info.

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