BALTIMORE, MD--(Marketwire - Oct 10, 2012) - Organizers of the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit taking place in Baltimore on Oct. 18 have released the full slate of speakers and panelists, including keynote addresses by marketing and branding executives from Under Armour and the Baltimore Ravens. The first summit, held in April at the Gannett/USA Today corporate headquarters in Arlington, Va., sold out and the Baltimore event is expected to be a sell-out as well. To purchase tickets, priced at $229, visit the event website at www.mamsummit.com. Ticket sales end Oct. 15.
Keynotes will be delivered by Steve Sommers, VP Global Brand Marketing, Under Armour, and Michelle Andres, VP, Digital Media, Baltimore Ravens. Speakers and panelists include Sean Carton, director, Center for Digital Communication, Commerce & Culture, University of Baltimore; Christopher Cullen, CMO, The Johns Hopkins University; Kathy Devine, Corporate Marketing Director, Monumental Sports & Entertainment; Carol Edwards, SVP of Cross-Platform Services, Arbitron Inc.; Sonny Ganguly, CMO, WeddingWire; Matt Goddard, CEO, R2i; Geoff Livingston, author and marketing strategist; Lori Livingston, Social & New Media Manager, State of Maryland; and Brian Razzaque, CEO, SocialToaster.
The summit will explore the disruptive technologies that are creating a major shift in how communications professionals reach their audiences and decision makers. Session themes will focus on emerging technologies and trends in marketing communications with topics such as metrics/analytics, mobile, social media, multi-platform campaigns, online video campaigns, experiential advertising, business-to-business, public relations, marketing automation and much more. For a complete list of session topics as well as speakers and their bios, visit the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit speakers page at www.mamsummit.com/baltimore2012/speakers/
About Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit - Baltimore
This summit, first held in McLean, Va., this past Spring, is the region's premier event in marketing, technology, communications and media. The one-day event brought together a sell-out gathering of nearly 400 marketing and communications executives to discuss high-level issues through a series of panels, keynotes, presentations and networking. The event is co-produced by two of the most respected news organizations of their kind in the region: Potomac Tech Wire, the region's source for technology news and co-producer of Digital Media Conference East, and Capitol Communicator, the region's source for marketing and communications news. For more information visit www.mamsummit.com. The conference hashtag is #MAMsummit.