Yeah, we know, it's "keep Austin weird," but this week we're excited about a special free event we're co-hosting in Austin, TX on Thursday, June 5, from 4:30-8 pm. Our headliner is Dan Tyre, one of the chief muckety mucks at HubSpot. If you've never heard Dan speak, well, let's just say you won't need coffee for a week! That's one of the reasons we're so wired about...
Inbound Marketing Day, Austin is part of Inbound Marketing Week 2014, a global celebration of inbound marketing sponsored by HubSpot, during the week of June 2-6, 2014.
Dan will wax eloquent on the glories of inbound marketing, and it's not just fluff. Dan's helped countless companies from startups to enterprises learn how to attract and delight their customers. You'll be amazed.
Dan will be joined by two of Austin's best known thought leaders in today's marketing, Amanda McGuckin Hager, Senior Director of Product Marketing at PeopleAdmin and Tim Hayden, Principal Strategist at TTH-Strategy.
Amanda's known as "@shoogie" on Twitter. If you're nice, maybe she'll tell you why. She's a great person to follow Dan Tyre because she's been there and done that when it comes to inbound marketing. She'll regale us on how inbound marketing is done in the trenches, the trenches that pull in millions of dollars of new revenues each year that is. Amanda is leading the way in Austin's fast growing digital marketing community and helping others learn how to benefit from inbound marketing, as well.
Our clean-up hitter is an Austin icon in the future of marketing, and the future is now. Tim will open our eyes to the ways of marketing on smart phones, tablets and much more. He's a pioneer in this space, and he's got ideas we can all use to reach more people where they spend most of their day. If it's inbound, it's mobile. If it's mobile, Tim knows a thing or 10 about how to get marketing done. He's a nice guy, too.
Don't be late! Join us for drinks and snacks before and after the event. Meet our speakers and some of our great sponsors, as well. We hope to see you there, and we know you won't be sorry you attended. If you are, we'll gladly refund your money. Oh wait, it's free!
If you don't live in Austin or nearby Texas, we're sorry—really. Let us know where we should have our next event!
Photo credit: Philip Kromer