MarComm Event Coming Early May


What’s Next DC is bringing you an amazing lineup of speakers in early May that will focus on marketing communications.

Our friends and What’s Next DC is hosting What’s Next: Your Marketing Communications Roadmap on May 6 and 7. We think the list of speakers set to present at the event is worth in itself to go, but needless to say you are bound to find a lot of like-minded professionals to network with and learn from.

Commence the name dropping! There will also be plenty more speakers to hear from as well.

  • Michael Chasen: Founder, Blackboard
  • Seth GoldmanPresident and TeaEO, Honest Tea
  • Amy Maniatis: Chief Marketing Officer, National Geographic
  • Michael Bayle: Senior Vice-President & General Manager of Mobile, ESPN
  • George Alafoginis: Global Marketing Solutions, Facebook
  • Melissa Bell: Director of Blog Engagement, The Washington Post

If this sounds interesting to you, and we’re pretty sure it does, you can use the following link to get a 20% discount off registration. Use code SMCDC in the promo box.

Sign up before early bird pricing fills up!

About the Event

What’s Next DC is about brainstorming, case studies, energy, networking, strategy and – best of all – personalized solutions to your company’s most important communication challenges. This is not just a conference, it is an experience.

Speakers include the Chief Marketing Officer of Subway, the Director of Social Innovation from the White House, and 60 other amazing speakers. Plus, the parties are at places like the British & Austrian Embassies. Come ready and energized to learn and share with other Marketing, Public Relations, Advertising, and Communication Professionals!

What’s Next DC is hosted by the Green Buzz Agency, the leading video production company in the DC Metro area.



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