November 4 - 5, 2015 | New York City

Event Venue: The New York Marriott Marquis, Times Square

The Premier Gathering of Sports Marketing’s Most Influential Decision Makers

Agenda Announced. Speaker Faculty Posted

2015 Momentum Sports Marketing Symposium highlights

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Symposium Overview

Now more than ever, experiences help define brand relevance.

They are the personal connections that create meaning and provide the emotional and social relationship with the consumer.   

And as technology has transformed the marketing landscape, marketers must devise new strategies to capitalize on enabling technologies to maximize consumer engagement.

Since 2003, the Sports Marketing Symposium has drilled down into the marketing and engagement strategies of some of the most influential brands in sports and entertainment.  This is your opportunity to hear from the people driving change and whose opinions and insights count the most - the industry thought-leaders and brand-side marketers.

Through a series of in-depth case studies, roundtable discussions and featured interviews, the program will EXAMINE the most TIMELY and pressing issues facing the industry and address BEST PRACTICES and EMERGING TRENDS in sports sponsorship and marketing.

In addition to the conference content, attendees will have ample opportunity to network with industry peers. So be sure to join us at the Symposium and see why thousands of your peers have been attending since 2003. 

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Contact Information

For PROGRAM information, including ATTENDANCE, please contact Lorianne Lamonica at
704-973-1523.

For information on SPEAKING opportunities, please contact Donna Johnson at 704-973-1421.

For information on SPONSORSHIP opportunities, please contact the following:

East Coast and Atlantic Seaboard office HQ contact, Allison Brush: 212-500-0710.

Midwest, West Coast and Florida office HQ contact, Natalie Sharp: 212-500-0720.

 

 

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