IBM Joins Panel of Experts for InformationWeek Tech Marketer Event on April 3rd
Event features new research results on the content needs and preferences of technology decision makers
Mar 23, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO, March 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM TechWeb announced the addition of IBM's Betty Van Baalen to its panel of technology marketing experts featured on Lead Gen To Brand Gen: How To Change Your Game, a tech marketer event hosted by InformationWeek. The online simulcast of the live event takes place April 3, 2012, at 10:30am Pacific/1:30pm Eastern. Tech marketers may register at http://www.informationweek.com/events/techmarketersimulcast?utm_medium=PRN
"The mandate for B2B marketers to drive deeper engagement and nurture prospects to be profitable customers is the new success metric," said UBM TechWeb CMO and event moderator Scott Vaughan. "We're thrilled to have Betty join our panel to share new approaches on how tech marketers can build sustainable relationships with decision makers. Her perspective will complement the research and analysis that we'll share, gathered from the millions of transactions and engagements UBM TechWeb has with technology professionals weekly."
Van Baalen focuses on demand generation strategies and programs for IBM Americas and has deep online marketing experience. Joining the event with Van Baalen are InformationWeek Business Technology Network EVP of Sales Martha Schwartz and Director of Client Strategy Jonathan Vlock.
Event topics include:
- Re-framing your marketing around customer and organizational needs
- How to find and enable "Champions" to accelerate your marketing and sales cycles
- Developing a content plan and tactics that drives action and engagement
- Moving beyond lead gen: How to deploy multi-channel demand gen
- Examples and case studies on effective demand gen
- New research results on content needs and preferences of IT decision makers
The event features newly fielded research on the content preferences of business technology professionals including: mistakes vendors make with their content; how often they'd like to hear from vendors; and important factors and content attributes when making purchasing decisions.
Qualified marketers may register for the free online event at http://www.informationweek.com/events/techmarketersimulcast?utm_medium=PRN, or request an invitation to the in-person event taking place in Menlo Park, California, by sending an email to: email@example.com
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