B2B Marketing Conferences You Can't Miss this Spring!

February 13, 2017 Maya Shoucair

2017 Marketing Conferences | Uberflip

Event season is upon us once again and here at Uberflip, we're getting into it full of excitement and with our game faces on! We’re ready to explore new swag (word on the street is that socks are so last year and umbrellas are a big deal), visit cool cities, attend awesome parties with our marketing BFFs (remember Will Smith at our Vegas pool party, anyone?), and most importantly, have our marketing idols share their wisdom with us.

We’ve put together a guide to the 2017 conferences B2B marketers should not miss out on. See you there!

Content2Conversion

When: February 20-22

Where: Scottsdale, AZ

Hosted by Demand Gen Report, this event is a must-attend for B2B marketers looking to learn from thought leaders and practitioners in content, demand gen, and sales. The conference agenda is filled with engaging speakers that offer insightful and engaging takeaways to help you optimize your 2017 marketing plans. Be sure to attend the Killer Content Awards for an inside look at award-winning B2B content programs. Uberflip is even up for a Finny!

Uberflip Session: On Monday, February 20 at 3:20p.m, Shannon Dougall, Uberflip VP of Marketing, will present a case study with Uberflip customer Logan Mallory of Workfront. They'll be talking about tech stack tips to help marketers save time and get back to marketing.

The Marketing Nation Summit

When: April 23-26

Where: San Francisco, CA

Hosted by Marketo, this is definitely one of the biggest digital marketing events of the year. With over 100 sessions and more than 6,000 attendees, this is where you want to be if you’re looking to lead in today’s engagement economy. The conference offers a little bit of everything: from sessions headed by inspiring thought leaders, to the opportunity to advance your skills and techniques at University Day, to tons of great networking opportunities. And you definitely won't be disappointed by the entertainment!

Modern Marketing Experience

When: April 25-27

Where: Las Vegas, NV

Hosted by Oracle, this event brings together thousands of marketers looking at delivering the best of their brands. Focusing on impact, innovation, and inspiration, Oracle’s 3-day conference is a great way to learn about the latest best practices and the latest technology within the marketing technology ecosystem.

MarTech: The Marketing Technology Conference

When: May 10-11

Where: San Francisco, CA

MarTech Conference is the place to be if you want to connect with 2,500 marketing and IT executives and managers looking to bring product, marketing, sales, and customer experience into a more cohesive customer experience. The conference offers over 60 educational sessions that blend marketing, technology, and management topics.

Sirius Decisions Summit

When: May 16-19

Where: Las Vegas, NV

Hosted at the Venetian, the 2017 Summit will have over 50 analyst sessions and over 100 practitioner case studies presented over the course of 3 days. You’ll get the chance to network with over 3,000 B2B sales, marketing, and product practitioners from Fortune 500 and major small to medium-sized enterprises.

The Uberflip Experience 2017

When: August 22-23

Where: Toronto, ON

After the resounding success of our inaugural conference last summer, we’re back for round two and ready to make it even bigger and better. UFX is all about connecting content marketers with the brightest minds in the industry, to talk everything content and help you take it to the next level. Our all-star lineup of speakers will include Jay Baer, Ann Handley, Andy Crestodina, Oli Gardner, and many more. Tickets go on sale February 20, so stay tuned!

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About the Author

Maya Shoucair

Maya is Uberflip’s Social Media and Community Manager. When she’s not tweeting or Instagramming, you can find her exploring Toronto’s food scene or working on learning a fourth language, likely with a coffee in hand.

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