Content marketing has come of age. Over the past few years, electronic publishing has evolved from a novelty to a core competency and crucial strategy for leading brands. From outsourcing to content marketing factories to building full-fledged newsrooms, brands are creating and distributing more content than ever, engaging their consumers in more authentic and emotional ways than they could ever have dreamed possible of doing only a few short years ago. In addition to investing more marketing dollars than ever in content marketing, cutting edge brand marketers are now viewing content marketing as a primary “top of funnel” marketing function, supporting all marketing initiatives. No longer a step-child, content marketing has become an integral piece of the marketing process, prominently reflected in the org charts and media spends of market leading brands. To learn more about how content marketing can drive your sales, enroll now for Brand Innovators Content Marketing, coming soon to a city near you! As always, participation is complimentary for qualified brand marketers; simply fill out the the Registration form.
“The Brand Innovators Content Marketing Summit is a great opportunity to discover the future of marketing together with new and former colleagues. I am proud to serve as Co-Chair and look forward to hosting the Summit in the MillerCoors downtown Chicago office and pub.”
— Ryan Reis, Sr. Director, Miller Family of Brands, MillerCoors
“I’m excited to Co-Chair the Brand Innovators Content Marketing summit which will showcase how brands are engaging the consumer in a much different way than before. And specifically the reason why Columbia Records is involved is we strongly believe that music is an incredibly dynamic form of content which we see play out every single day where fans actively seek out content from their favorite artist.”
— Elliot Lum, VP Strategic Marketing, Columbia Records
“I was impressed with the degree of openness of the conversation. We got a great look ‘behind the curtain’ of how major companies like Coca-Cola, Sears and Gilt think about their media investment and communication strategy. That is something that really sets Brand Innovators apart from other conferences.”
— Elena Levitskaya, Brand Manager, Media Strategy and Digital Marketing, Dannon