May 16-17, 2018 • LAS VEGAS, USA

Agenda - Email Innovations Summit Las Vegas 2019

Email Innovations Summit - Las Vegas - Day 1 - Tuesday, June 18th, 2019

7:30 am
Registration & Networking Breakfast
8:50 am
KEYNOTE 1

We all know that email marketing is a strong channel that delivers excellent results – but let’s face it, it’s very easy to take it for granted and run our email marketing programs on auto-pilot. Kath will have you questioning the email marketing practices that you have always accepted and more importantly equip you with a desire to ask “Why”. Designed to help you to innovate a new marketing mindset for yourself, you’ll leave seeing your email marketing program through a new perspective.

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Speaker
Kath PayHolistic Email Marketing
CEO & Founder
Holistic Email Marketing
9:40 am
Sponsored Session
The Session Description will be available shortly.
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10:00 am
BREAK
10:30 am
TRACK 1
The Session Description will be available shortly.
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TRACK 2

Email moves quickly, and every day brings a different challenge as you try to get your messages into your subscriber’s inbox. Learn about new and emerging technologies you can take advantage of right now to make your messages stand out in the inbox and increase the likelihood of delivery to a subscriber. Topics include domain and IP reputation, list bombing, and new technologies enabling a brand to protect both subscribers and employees. Additionally, fresh research into the world of phishing, brand protection, and brand identification will all be explained so you can engage with your IT staff to implement them.

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Speaker
Matthew Vernhout250ok, Inc.
Director Privacy & Industry Relations
250ok
11:15 am
Room Change
11:20 am
TRACK 1

When done well email design, can increase engagement rates, build brand equity & trust, but when done poorly can be distracting, annoying or simply take too long to create to be worthwhile. We'll look at how we can utilize images that not only authentically connect with our audience, but can also serve a useful function to help them as well as see some practical examples of companies that are doing it well (and not so well)

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Speaker
Evan DiazLuckyRedPixel
Managing Director
LuckyRedPixel
TRACK 2

The top business schools in the world use case studies – the lively discussions keep people actively engaged. It also allows for a wealth of practical, real life solutions to be discussed. We did a group case study on the OI discussion list earlier this year and it was a hit. So we thought we’d do another one here… live.

The topic of the case study will be how to boost bottom-line revenue from email marketing. Jeanne will hand out copies of the case study and present the key facts at the beginning of the session; no advanced reading is required. But for those of you who can’t wait… the case study will be published online on May 1st at www.jeannejennings.com/eis-case-study.  

After we talk as a group we’ll break into smaller groups for some exercises based on our findings. Then we’ll come back together to share our recommendations.

You’ll walk away with:

  • Frameworks for analyzing real life email marketing situations in a strategic way
  • Many, many ideas for boosting your organization’s email marketing performance
  • A feeling of accomplishment

The best part is, you’ll get all the engagement and learnings from the case study, and you won’t be graded! 

Session description
Speaker
Jeanne JenningsEmail Optimization Shop
Founder and Chief Strategist
Email Optimization Shop
12:05 pm
LUNCH
1:30 pm
KEYNOTE 2

Opened my email today.  Hit delete about 20 times as I scrolled through emails that had no relevance to me now or in the past.  I did not think about their impact on my shopping needs or did it influence my thoughts on their brand.  I just deleted them, because I am too lazy to unsubscribe.  Then I went on the internet and everything I looked at was just what I needed to see.  

How many times do you think your subscribers think that?  Relevancy Group reports that while 53% of marketers send some sort of segmented message, the percentages are not growing and in some cases they’re slipping or flat. Why do we seem trapped in an endless hamster wheel of evolution? In this session, we’ll walk through the development of this industry, see the true drivers of innovation and how that’s changed over the last 20 years.

Key takeaways

  •  Learn the evolution of this industry and why we’re in the third age of innovation
  •  Develop key strategies that you can apply instantly to jumpstart your email  
  • Gain insight about how to manage up the executive ladder to get success
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Speaker
Ryan Phelan
Fractional CMO/Strategist
RedPillEmail
2:15 pm
Room Change
2:20 pm
TRACK 1

Email is more than the workhorse of digital marketing — it’s an amazing channel that often delivers the best results for marketers. In this talk we will look at campaigns that have pushed the boundaries of email, and how these ideas can be successfully harnessed by your own team.

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Speaker
Elliot RossTaxi for Email
CEO
Taxi for Email
TRACK 2

Whether you just joined an existing team or have been doing the same thing year after year - how do you evaluate your current resources and capabilities and make the necessary adjustments to support your marketing objectives. This is about one Marketer’s approach.

Session description
Speaker
Mark TalleyRoku
Senior Manager, Email Operations
Roku
3:05 pm
BREAK
3:30 pm
TRACK 1

Your RFP shouldn't be designed to just pick a new ESP: it should be designed to ensure that you have the features, functionality and services to keep your company at the forefront of innovation in email marketing over the next five years and more.  In this session you will learn how Marketing Democracy works with leading, high-volume email brands to avoid common RFP mistakes that lead to poor decisions due to: 

  • Re-using old requirement documents
  • Getting advice from all the wrong places
  • Not asking the right questions in the right way
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Speaker
Christopher MarriottMarketing Democracy
President & Founder
Marketing Democracy
TRACK 2

Email is an ever-evolving channel – new strategies, technologies and customer expectations demand constant pivots to keep your emails fresh, engaging and effective. But for those with limited budget, resources and manpower, it can be hard to keep up and stay relevant. In this session, you’ll learn about fresh new email technologies to move your channel forward, along with some scrappy hacks to start moving the needle if jumping right in to a big technology investment isn’t an option. Covering topics like DMP, collecting and managing customer preferences and creating a personalized cross channel experience, this session provides real world examples to help you make a big impact in email for 2019.

Session description
Speaker
Laura MaddenDEG Digital
Senior Email Marketing Strategist
DEG Digital
4:15 pm
Room Change
4:20 pm
TRACK 1

We’re all addicted to our smartphones and the visual imagery they enable us to capture and share. 95 million photos and videos are shared every day on Instagram. Over 1.2 trillion photos were taken on smartphones in 2017.

Now, the possibilities are being opened to actually using your smartphone camera *inside* the inbox. We’ll explore how you can enable subscribers to take photos with their mobile devices and how to use augmented reality to create engaging email experiences that stand out in the inbox. We’ll also take a look at developing technology for what camera capabilities hold in store for the future.

Session description
Speaker
Kevin Mandeville
HTML Email Designer & Developer
Kevin Mandeville, LLC
TRACK 2

Tired of attending email conferences only to encounter the same presentations and content telling what you should do, simply because that’s what others are doing? Trends come and go — and come back again. Some email marketers have been touting the same supposedly “game changing” ideas for 15+ years. In this session, Trendline Interactive Chief Strategy Officer Andrew Kordek leverages his 20 years of email experience to deliver a dose of reality and offer pragmatic approaches to building great email programs for today — as well as for the future. 

In this session, you will be introduced to a singular and sustainable trend that will impact your program for years to come. This trend is neither shiny nor sexy, but it’s one that’s vital to understand as digital technology evolves. You’ll walk away with a framework you can act on immediately.

Session description
Speaker
Andrew KordekTrendline Interactive, Inc.
Co-Founder & Chief Strategist
Trendline Interactive
5:05 pm
NETWORKING RECEPTION
7:00 pm
DINNER WITH STRANGERS

Email Innovations Summit - Las Vegas - Day 2 - Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

8:00 am
Registration & Networking Breakfast
8:50 am
KEYNOTE 3

Having a fully engaged subscriber list is, or should be, the ultimate goal for every email marketer. In fact, subscriber engagement is a necessity to be successful in email marketing. Depending on a goal of an email campaign, engagement might be measured by opens, clicks, read time, product purchases, media downloads, social media shares or website visits.  There are many factors that can affect the performance of an email campaign, both positive and negative. In this session we'll take a deep dive into key areas that, if done correctly, will drastically improve the experience and the effectiveness of your campaigns. The main topics of discussion will be:

  • Tips on how to avoid Spam filters
  • Effectively use the Subject line and Preheader text to encourage a subscriber to open your email
  • How Personalization and Segmentation can be used to enhance the subscriber experience
  • Why having an Accessibility strategy is critical to a campaigns success
  • How Voice Assistance technologies (Google Home, Amazon Alexa, SIRI, etc.) are going to change the way subscribers interact with email
Session description
Speaker
John ThiesEmail on Acid
Co-Founder
Email on Acid
9:40 am
Sponsored Session
The Session Description will be available shortly.
Session description
10:00 am
BREAK
10:30 am
TRACK 1
The Session Description will be available shortly.
Session description
Speaker
Loren McDonaldIBM
Program Director, Marketing Research
IBM Watson Marketing
TRACK 2
The Session Description will be available shortly.
Session description
Speaker
Genevieve LongtinSharecare, Inc.
Director of Email Marketing & Engagement
Sharecare, Inc.
11:15 am
Room Change
11:20 am
TRACK 1

Attend this session and learn how email continues to drive spending. Consumers are utilizing email more than other channels including social sites. The increased use of real-time data, identity management is giving to the rise individualization. Attend this session and get tactics, data and examples on how AI is being used to drive revenue and create individualized experiences. 

Session description
Speaker
David DanielsThe Relevancy Group
CEO & Founder
The Relevancy Group
TRACK 2

It's been said "no one cares about deliverability until there is an issue," because of a problem's negative impact on revenue, but what if you spent more time caring about deliverability before it became an issue? Consider the positive impact on your ROI! In this session you will hear about the challenges of email delivery, the need to monitor deliverabilty, and the positive impact that it can have on your email marketing program. Move beyond being reactive to delivery issues and learn to spot them in advance, avoid them, or recover, should an issue become unavoidable.

Attendees will learn:

  • What deliverability issue warnings to watch for
  • How to deal with delivery bumps
  • How to get more data on your email program and avoid delivery problems
Session description
Speaker
LoriBeth Blair250ok, Inc.
Solutions Architect
250ok
12:05 pm
LUNCH
1:35 pm
TRACK 1

GDPR is already a year old, California and Brazil are preparing for their new privacy laws in 2020, PIPEDA will likely be under review by the Canadians, and the US Federal Privacy Law is suspected to be under development. Indiana implemented privacy and consent for biometrics, and Massachusetts has new breach reporting guidelines for businesses. The global perspective on data rights and who controls them is shifting away from older models and into the realm of an individual's private rights. Join Jeanne Jennings and Matthew Vernhout for an update on several key pieces of legislation slated to emerge in the next year. Understand your responsibility and how you can stand out as a good steward of your clients' data.

Attendees will learn:
  • A general overview of new privacy laws
  • How they impact your strategy and collection practices
  • Tips to help capitalize on your privacy initiatives
  • How to convince your organization privacy is critical
Session description
Speakers
Jeanne JenningsEmail Optimization Shop
Founder and Chief Strategist
Email Optimization Shop
Matthew Vernhout250ok, Inc.
Director Privacy & Industry Relations
250ok
2:20 pm
Room Change
2:25 pm
TRACK 1

It’s hard for an email marketer to admit, but sometimes (sometimes) sending an email isn’t always the best option for communicating with your customers. Stop by this session as we ask the hard questions and hear real-life examples from experts about how Customer Data Platforms can both free up and activate your customer data to help you make better messaging choices with both your email marketing campaigns AND your other digital marketing channels.

Session description
Moderator
Scott Cohen
CRM Manager
1-800 Contacts
TRACK 2
The Session Description will be available shortly.
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3:10 pm
BREAK
3:45 pm
TRACK 1

Thinking of starting your own email company or agency? Top entrepreneurs in the email space show you how. 

Session description
Speaker
Bill McCloskey​Only Influencers
Founder
Only Influencers
TRACK 2
The Session Description will be available shortly.
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4:30 pm
Room Change
4:35 pm
Wrap-up Panel
The Session Description will be available shortly.
Session description
Moderator
John ThiesEmail on Acid
Co-Founder
Email on Acid
5:20 pm
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