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Mark Your Calendar for These Conferences

It's only February, and your calendar is probably already filling up. Here are two conferences you should add to your schedule. ArtsReach: The National Arts Marketing, Development & Ticketing Conference is coming to the Kimmel Center, NYU, in New York City on March 21-22. Pssst ... They've extended their 3-for-1 deal until February 27. If you go, be sure to catch Goldstar CEO Jim McCarthy moderating a panel on "The Life-Changing Power of Keeping It Real: How People Like Us Can (and Might...

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Marketing

Jim Will Join Digital Marketing Panel at EAMC

The Event & Arena Marketing Conference (EAMC) kicks off on June 1 at the Omni Nashville Hotel in Nashville, and Jim will be speaking on a marketing panel, titled "The Powerful Push," on June 3 at 10:00am: Digital marketing has emerged as one of the most powerful and influential mediums reaching fans of all demographics. Learn techniques to raise your digital profile, better understand user behavior and tactically reach, convert and engage customers. Other speakers on the panel include Dan Vaughn (Google) and...

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Catch Jim at Arts Reach and Hear About How to Optimize Digital

Are you planning to attend the Arts Reach National Arts Marketing, Development & Ticketing Conference in New York City next week? If so, make sure you catch Goldstar CEO Jim McCarthy on the panel titled Plenary Panel: Dancing with the Digital Stars, which will take place on March 17 from 2:30pm to 4:00pm. Here's a brief description of the panel: Digital is no longer a buzz word or an aspiration part of the marketing and fundraising mix. It’s the main...

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Marketing

Will You Be at &THEN in Boston? Come Hear Jim Speak on a Panel of Experience Designers!

&THEN, Direct Marketing Association's annual marketing conference, kicks off this Sunday at Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, running through Tuesday. If you're planning to attend, make sure you catch Goldstar CEO Jim McCarthy speaking on the panel “Marketing is Dead … Long Live the Experience," discussing the relationship between your brand and your customer, and how essential it is to understand the customer’s needs, emotions and goals. Read more about Jim's October 5 panel here, and you can also follow...

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