Interact 2013 – Featuring the A-List ISP Panel

Angela Cheong
Aug. 13, 2013 by Angela Cheong

When senders and receivers work together, we all win.

Twitter, Google, Microsoft, AOL and Comcast?

That’s right. We promised that Interact 2013 – The Digital Messaging Industry Conference, would be bigger and better – and we’re making good on that.

The five online titans form the A-list ISP panel that will be spearheading the discussion on Preserving the Email Ecosystem. They’ll be discussing sending best practices and acceptance policies, as well as ways senders and receivers can cooperate to keep the email ecosystem clean and spammers at bay.

Josh Aberant from Twitter will be moderating this event, while the panelist line-up includes:

John Scarrow – Microsoft
Lachian Maxwell – AOL
Olga Gavrylyako – Google
Severin Walker – Comcast

If you’ve ever had burning questions about email deliverability, this is the forum to get those concerns addressed by the gatekeepers themselves.

When it comes to actionable takeaways to increase email deliverability, there’s no better way to learn. Aside from the A-list panel, Interact 2013 features two separate tracks: Digital Messaging Best Practices & Interact Bootcamp, where you’ll hear from email experts – both senders and receivers – from Oracle Eloqua, Groupon, Alchemy Worx, Acxiom, Barclays, OTA, XING and more.

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