April 18, 2018
Wish you could Send with Confidence? Say no more.
We’ll be sending our Swiss army knife of deliverability, Tim Moore, VP of customer solutions, to participate in a chat about deliverability and an attendee Q&A, along with email experts like Len Shneyder, VP of industry relations at SendGrid, Josh Neckes, co-founder and president of Simon Data, and more.
“This year’s Send With Confidence tour is going to be bigger and bolder than before! We’re partnering with companies that live and breathe email to deliver an afternoon of insights and information that will help novices and pros alike,” said Shneyder. “Email’s complexities run deep, therefore having partners speak to unique situations and technologies proves there is strength in numbers and there are effective solutions among like-minded companies.”
If that doesn’t get you pumped, nothing will. Join us on May 17 from 4-6 p.m., and stay for a happy hour where you can talk one-on-one with email experts.
To even further sweeten the deal, 250ok is offering one of our crazy-popular Competitive Intelligence Email Reports to attendees for FREE.
Click here for more information about the report and to get started.
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