Top 5 Reasons to Attend the 2018 SparkPost Customer Forum

Jennifer Lacey
Sep. 17, 2018 by Jennifer Lacey

Conference season is upon us! Speaking from experience, I am beyond excited for this year’s customer forum. Each year we seem to outdo ourselves with the industry knowledge, best practices and real customer stories our team brings to the table and this year is no exception.

We know that everyone is busy and likely responsible for multiple initiatives, so we get that you need to allocate your conference dollars wisely. I’ve put together a Letterman style top 5 list of reasons why you shouldn’t miss out on this year’s SparkPost Customer Forum.

Experience Our Un-conference Style

Taking a cue from last year’s event, this year’s forum will be unconference style. YOU determine what we talk about. No BS, to the point, continuous feedback so you feel like an active, engaged member of every discussion creating an environment in which your feedback and use cases are known. Representatives from our product, deliverability and success teams will be on hand to both answer questions and share news about upcoming developments and features — they’ll also be available to gather YOUR feedback first hand.

Hear from the ISP Experts Themselves

I’ve been involved with our customer events for a number of years now, and the ISP Panel always seems to take the cake in terms of value for our attendees. No other setting in the industry gives you direct access to the folks literally at the helm of the deliverability world. You’ll hear about new protocols, techniques, and regulations affecting the current deliverability landscape.

Hear Directly from Our Leadership

Our new CEO, Rich Harris, along with other SparkPost leaders will be on hand to answer your questions about where we’re heading and thoughts on the email industry going forward. You’ll also hear directly from our product leaders and learn about upcoming features, including our roadmap.

Learn in an Incredible Space

Who doesn’t want to spend a day at the California Academy of Sciences? Located in beautiful Golden Gate Park in the heart of San Francisco, The California Academy of Sciences is among the largest museums of natural history in the world, housing over 26 million specimens, a living roof, and a world-class aquarium! There is nothing fishy about this amazing venue!

Build Relationships and Network with Like-Minded Professionals

Our goals at the customer forum are to get to know you better and arm you with the tools you need to do your job better. While this includes sessions on email deliverability and email operations, it also involves absorbing and learning from other SparkPost users. At the Forum, you’ll not only have the opportunity to hear from customers like Pinterest and ZipRecruiter on how they’re structuring and optimizing their email program, but you’ll get to talk to those folks 1:1 during networking sessions and breaks. This is where the magic really happens, it only takes hearing one use case or example to launch the inspiration for your next big project.

Hope to see you there!

Jen

P.s. follow #SparkPost18 on twitter for all Customer Forum updates

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