DM Days New York is a premier event for marketers. Featuring a seamless blend of the best in new and traditional marketing, DM Days New York is THE place to learn about new directions in the marketing community and leading-edge strategies and techniques from experts on the cusp of innovative marketing.
Don’t miss these great features at DM Days New York, June 16 – 18, 2009:
Academy Buses will provide shuttle bus service for DM Days attendees. Shuttle service will run throughout the conference dates between Javits, Penn Station, Grand Central Station, Port Authority, and the Sheraton hotel.
Route 1 runs continuously from the Javits every afternoon. All other routes run every 30 minutes both to and from the Javits.
Need comprehensive training in a particular area? DM Days provides 5 different intensive workshops to get you up to speed quickly. Check out:
These sessions have been specially designed to give you an insider’s perspective to winning an Echo Award. As part of the creative strategies track, you’ll also explore creative secrets that boost ROI.
With 5 strategic tracks, c-level executives through managers can profit from DM Days! Follow a particular track or switch up, the choice is yours:
Don’t miss this celebration! Come join the Direct Marketing Educational Foundation (DMEF) as they pay tribute to the Rising Stars of the direct/interactive marketing community. The dinner will honor the 2009 DMEF Rising Stars and the company receiving the DMEF Corporate Commitment Award.
Cut through the hype and explore real-life, case studies and strategies that integrate new and emerging marketing channels such as, mobile marketing, digital marketing, social media, blogging, twitter, SEO, and the “tried-and-true.”
Stop by one of the northeast’s largest exhibit halls. You’ll meet with a host of service providers that can help you with your next challenge.
June 16 & 17
Ask-the-Experts Roundtables is a great way to join the discussion. Grab your lunch and pull up a chair at one of these moderated discussions located at the back of the exhibit hall floor.