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Marketing and technology have always gone hand in hand and it’s always been the agencies that have led the way — introducing clients to new technologies and showing them how those innovations could impact their marketing efforts and results.

But that’s never been more true than it is today. Technology has transformed the work we do for clients and that’s nothing compared to what’s coming.

We are living in truly historic times. Never before has humanity unleashed so many groundbreaking technologies that impact our world so profoundly—within so short a time. Whether we’ve yet to realize, we are in the midst of a modern-day renaissance born of remarkable innovation at relentless pace.

The agency that stays on top of these trends AND knows how to leverage them for their clients will win the day.

Agencies that are readying for these seismic shifts are poised to reap tremendous rewards, while those standing still not only risk losing market share in the short term and relevance in the long run. And whether you as an agency leader find this frenetic, fast-moving environment to be thrilling or overwhelming (or both!), the one thing you can’t do to is to ignore it: the stakes are too high, and the revenue potential equally so.

But where these technologies lend us near-magical capabilities, they also demand from us steep learning curves. Which begs the BIG question: With all you that you already manage every single day, how can you catch up, keep up, and get ahead of the breakneck cycles of change occurring now… and those quickly coming next?

2 Days. 10 Technologies. A Wealth Of Fresh, Innovative Ideas—At The Most Innovative Place On Earth — Walt Disney World!

Introducing TECH TRENDS & TOOLS FOR AGENCIES an exclusive 2-day workshop spanning 10 emerging technologies and how they can be used to drive attention, engagement and sales for your clients today along with a wealth of next-generation ideas of how marketing pros are already applying these technologies to stand out and earn clients/profits.

Join us on January 27/28 at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort in Orlando, Florida. It’s the perfect way to kick-off 2016 and ensure that your agency is leading the pack and winning new clients as you bring them fresh ideas no one else is talking about.

You’ll learn what these technologies are, why they matter for your clients’ marketing plans, and how they can propel your clients and your profitability ahead in the 21st century’s modern marketplace.

Technologies and topics include:

1) The new suite of “anytime-anywhere-anything” marketing channels of Mobile, Wearables and The Internet of Things (IoT)

2) The rise of immersive media across Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Holography

3) The long-sought holy grail of personalized, contextual, Big Data-driven experiences

4) Artificial Intelligence’s (AI) next-generation of intent-based, smart marketing systems

5) The marketing mega-trends shaping the 21st century customer, awe-inspiring advancements in mHealth and Robotics, the dawn of new categories across nearables, hearables and invisibles and much more!

The lessons you’ll learn are incredible. But how you’ll change is truly invaluable. As you’ll find, far from daunting foe, these new technologies are not only a marketer’s best friend—they are your moment to shine.

No longer will you be intimidated by the disruptive forces upending today’s business-as-usual programs, as you’ll be energized by the innovations powering the strategies of tomorrow.  Instead of feeling ill-equipped to navigate your clients through this complex maze of emerging tech, you’ll become the driving force behind their next-generation campaigns.  And while your competitors exhaust time and budget in efforts to catch up… you’ll already have leveraged these emerging technologies to leapfrog far ahead of them.

We hope you can join us for this advancing and exciting two-day innovation workshop.

Who should attend: Agency owners, Directors of Digital and/or Strategy, Key Account Service leaders. Anyone who is responsible for coming up with strategies to help clients grow their business and continue to be relevant to their consumers.

Sign up for the Tech Trends & Tools for Agency Owners Workshop Today!

January 27th and 28th in Orlando (at Disney’s Grand Floridian)

Register securely online here

Or download our PDF registration form here.

Tuition: $1495 for the first attendee. $1095 for each additional attendee.

Tuition price per person includes all meeting materials breakfast both mornings and lunch both days. Travel, accommodations and dinners are not included.

Money back guarantee: if you are not completely satisfied with this workshop for any reason, just call or send us an email, and you will be refunded 100 percent of your tuition – no questions asked. In all the years we have offered workshops, no one has ever asked for a refund.

About Christina Kerley: A forerunner in tech revolutions for 20 years, innovation speaker and specialist Christina “CK” Kerley steers Fortune 500s through the sweeping set of disruptions, devices and data and illuminates how this era of remarkable, rapid-fire innovation is reshaping the customers, products and business models of the 21st century.

CK has been consulted with Johnson & Johnson, Verizon Wireless, Microsoft, the United Nations, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Perrigo, Sodexo, Sony, Cisco, Neutrogena, Verisign and Wyndham Worldwide.

Along with being a faculty member at Rutgers University Business School for Executive Education, she has guest lectured at Stanford, Cornell, Northwestern and Carnegie Mellon.

About Drew McLellan:  Drew is a 25+ year agency owner, national speaker, AdAge ranked blogger, facilitator, and top dog at the Agency Management Institute. He works with the owners and account service staff of over 250 agencies a year – helping them increase their bottom line.

He has written two books and is often found quoted in the pages of the New York Times, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Fortune Small Business. The Wall Street Journal called his blog “one of 10 blogs every entrepreneur should read.”