When working in digital, if there is one event not to be missed each year, it is the E-marketing Paris. Meetings, inspiring conferences and quality exhibitors, enough to stay connected with his profession. From April 10 to 12, 2018, the show returns to the Porte de Versailles. Register now to receive your free entry badge …
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/>This year the central theme will be “From Data Driven to People Driven: Re-humanize E-marketing”.
As Ghislaine de Chambine, Show Director says, “ What will make the difference in the future will be the ability of humans to work with machines, to create even more added value. Marketers need to understand these technological tools in order to better use and even transcend them. ”
An entire program…
All e-marketing players in one place
Like every year, going to the E-marketing fair means meeting the main players in the market. 1time position, Activetrail, Cision, AT Internet, Meltwater, Qualifio, Microsoft and so on. The advantage is that in one visit you have an up-to-date view of the market: new tools, trends … A real time saver.
Conferences to keep your knowledge up to date
Of course, the E-marketing fair 2018 wouldn’t really be what it is without his lectures. During the 3 days, you can register for inspiring conferences. Very practical to keep your knowledge of the market up to date. All the conferences are not yet posted, but I have already spotted a few conferences to which I will go. For example, “ Data, CRM and GDPR In order to better understand the impact of the arrival of the GDPR which arrives in April 2018 as a reminder. The workshop on marketing automation I also find it interesting, and also the conference “New Community Strategies in the Age of Artificial Intelligence”.
You can now reserve your entry badge free of charge by following this link.
So, where are we?
Opening days : Tuesday April 10 – Wednesday April 11 – Thursday April 12, 2018
Location : Paris – Porte de Versailles – Pavilion 4
Hours : 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday April 10 and Wednesday April 11 and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday April 12.
Metro: Line 12 – Porte de Versailles station
Bus: Lines 39, 80 – Porte de Versailles stop – Parc des Expositions
Tramway: T2, T3 – Porte de Versailles stop – Parc des Expositions