Day 1 Twitter Recap-Sales and Marketing 2.0 Conference
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Miles, thank you so much for making the effort to do this summary. It is hugely valuable and much appreciated!
Mike (back home in the boring Midwest 🙂
Glad to do it Mike. I am hopeful that you will get the gist of all the terrific content provided and once the Convention is complete, you will be able to view the presentation decks from each of the presenters as well.
With the twitter flow and the slide decks, you should be able to benefit.
Thanks from me too. Reading your post here in the UK made me feel like I can access an essence of the conference at least.
Thank you for making the time and the effort.
My pleasure Richard. You described exactly what I had hoped to accomplish. Though there are 600+ attendees participating, there are thousands worldwide that can benefit from the conversations and ideas being generated at the conference.
Spread the word and share with your colleagues in the UK. Maybe you can make the trip for the next one.
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