Pack Your Bags for Litmus Live!

Jennifer Lacey
Sep. 26, 2018 by Jennifer Lacey

Win tickets to Litmus Live London, Boston or San Francisco

Today’s post is for any self-proclaimed #emailgeek who’s a fan of the Litmus Live conference. We’re teaming up with Litmus and giving away a ticket AND a $1000 gift card toward airfare/travel costs/etc to three lucky winners, one each for the London, Boston and San Francisco Litmus Live events.

Several of our own team members have attended Litmus Live in the past, and have nothing but awesome things to say about the event. The mix of high quality content (96% of attendees said they’d attend Litmus Live again) and lack of pushy sales pitches breeds an environment for maximum learning and knowledge transfer without any kind of catch. Session topics range from design, code, strategy, analytics and more! And even better, since this isn’t a user or customer conference, anyone is welcome to attend! With the recent contribution of HEML to the open source community (shout out to our awesome lead developer advocate, Avi), we’re especially excited to hear more about the prospects and use cases for interactive email in the coming year.

Wondering what you have to do to enter? Just like the SparkPost app, it couldn’t be easier!

How to Enter

Head over to this page and share with us 3 challenges you and your organization have faced with email in the past 12 months. Please be as detailed with examples as possible – super thorough submissions might get a surprise swag bag, too! 😉 The drawing for winners will be completely random. So, submit your entries and cross your fingers!

**Note: #EmailGeeks, currently this giveaway is only for Litmus Live San Francisco!

Terms and conditions for the current contest can be found here.

Good luck!


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