Lineup announced for Content Marketing Retreat in Langley

The Langley Center for New Media and Fusionspark Media has announced the speakers at the second annual Content Marketing Retreat in Langley next month.

  • Monday, December 19, 2011 10:55am
  • Business

The Langley Center for New Media and Fusionspark Media has announced the speakers at the second annual Content Marketing Retreat in Langley next month.

The retreat will be held at Langley Center for New Media on Jan. 26-27. Organizers said the event will expand on the success of the first conference, and will bring together leading experts in the field who will demonstrate how to use the latest techniques and tools to make marketing, communications and social media efforts more effective and efficient.

Presenters include Rod Brooks, CMO, Pemco Insurance; President of Word of Mouth Marketing; Jeff Erramouspe, President, Manticore Technology; Mark Jacobs, CEO, Me!Box Media, Inc.; Chris Baggott, CEO, Compendium, Inc.; Pawan Deshpande, CEO, HiveFire, Inc.; Robert Rose, author, Managing Content Marketing; Jayme Thomason, CEO, Divvy HQ; Tim Frick, author, Return on Engagement; Simon Kelly, COO, Story Worldwide.

Russell Sparkman of Fusionspark Media will be the master of ceremony.

More information and registration can be found on the Langley Center for New Media website.

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