Inreact’s Co-Founder will Speak at MAMP 2020

Ann Nunez, Inreact’s COO and co-Founder, will be a guest speaker at the Accelerator Session: Road Map to Digital Marketing of the 2020 Miami Arts Marketing Project (MAMP).

Hosted by the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts on January 22 from 8 am to 3 pm, MAMP is an influential, ongoing event that targets the latest trends in marketing and innovation, probing for groundbreaking partnerships and novel audiences.

This collaborative experience is broken down into a series of keynote conferences, followed by sessions and topped by meaningful interactives. Ann’s expertise will be delivered for the PM Accelerator Session, duly entitled a Road Map to Digital Marketing. Her insight and mastery of the tools and resources needed to further the success of your brand in today’s digital world and experience economy will be invaluable. She will cover the topic on the need for Responsive Websites.

In line with Inreact’s growing commitment to and know-how of targeted messaging, her address will insist on the key importance of responsive websites. She will also facilitate a table that will focus on story-building and story-telling, catapulted by a torrent of digital newsfeeds in platforms like Instagram Facebook, Messenger, WhatsApp, Clips by Apple, Medium Series, et al. The session is specifically geared at hands-on exercises.

If you are interested in building momentum for your firm and telling your story in a compelling and targeted fashion, you can sign up for the event here:
https://www.artsbizmiami.org/event/envision-2020-miami-arts-marketing-project

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