The Street Fight Summit 2014 (#SFSNYC) returns to New York City tomorrow, Nov. 4, for “Local in the City,” where the hottest companies and most innovative leaders in local marketing are set to gather at Three Sixty in Tribeca to share the best ideas and make valuable connections.
One of the industry’s most talked-about events (as organized by hyperlocal media company Street Fight), Street Fight Summit 2014 will feature a star-studded speaker lineup and a diverse range of attendees, from local marketing executives and agency and brand execs to startup entrepreneurs, local business owners, and other industry professionals. Badge-wearers can hear from leaders from companies like Facebook, Fourquare, Google, Bing, Yahoo, eBay, Ford, OpenTable, Grubhub, GoDaddy, and more.
We’re also proud to say that our online review monitoring and reputation management software platform, ReviewTrackers, will be a participant at the Street Fight Summit. (Our company is one of the event sponsors.) If you have registered, then be sure to drop by and say hello. We’ll be happy to show you how you can more effectively manage your reviews, engage your customers, and enhance your business reputation.
Here’s some of the topics you can expect to be discussed at Street Fight Summit 2014.
- The Back-Door Route to Local Marketing Dollars: As local tech spreads from the front of the house to the back, operations will become a necessary element of success.
- Focusing on Local Presence: A highly competitive field is emerging around a bundling of services that captures search, listings, and more.
- Mobile Advertising and Data Quality: Mobile has made strides, but the “dirty data” albatross hangs around its neck.
- Startup Showcase: Tech Stars mentor and investor Laurel Touby leads a session with 6 under-the-radar local marketing up-and-comers.
Are you going to be at Street Fight Summit 2014 in NYC? Read the latest updates or join the conversation happening on Twitter by using the event hashtag #SFSNYC. You can also check out all the ReviewTrackers blog posts tagged with #SFSNYC.
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