Anticipation is high for the 2014 Long Island Digital Summit – ever since our first two summits joined together hundreds of attendees with the nation’s top digital companies in lively panel discussions, round tables, and breakout sessions. This year’s summit promises to be the largest and most expansive ever, featuring keynote speaker Shingy (the AOL Digital Prophet), and terrific speakers from the leading digital companies as they discuss the latest trends in digital marketing, social media, customer engagement, mobile and location, online advertising, search marketing, analytics, email, ecommerce, online video, and more. A continental breakfast and full sit down lunch during our CEO panel discussion (featuring Jim McCann, CEO and Founder of 1-800-Flowers.com) is included in this very reasonably priced event. Register Here
The Long Island Digital Summit is presented by The EGC Group in association with 1-800-Flowers.com.
The EGC Group is one of the New York Region’s leading marketing and digital agencies, ranked as one of the fastest growing agencies in the US, and an Inc 500/5000 company, offering full marketing and digital services with locations in Melville LI, and NYC.
There are over 2B people connected to the Internet today, and what they do online is changing our lives – and our world – faster than at any previous time in history. But how can your business turn what appears to be chaos and uncertainty into a path to growth and profit?
You talk to a prophet, that’s how. We happen to have one.
David Shing is AOL’s Digital Prophet. He spends most of his time watching the future take shape across the vast online landscape. The rest of the time, he talks to people about where the online world is headed, and how we can get the most out of it.
Shing (a.k.a. Shingy), has spent most of his adult life in the digital world, working for creative companies both large and small. He served as AOL’s European Head of Media and Marketing before taking on his current mantle.
Engaging, witty and refreshingly candid, Shingy provides both historical perspective and current context as he lays out his vision of the brave, new world of marketing to come – one he believes will belong to those willing to embrace change and take risks now (and that he dearly hopes will suck a great deal less than it does at the moment).
The opportunities are incredible. The rewards are real. And Shingy’s here to show you the way. That, after all, is what prophets do.
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