Events

Is Your Social Mobile? Is Your Mobile Social?

Date: January 19, 2012

Location: TBD

Time: 11:30 Registration/Networking;

            12:00 Lunch and Speaker

> Mobile and social marketing are two of the hottest trends in business today.  But many organizations are still not sure they will help to grow their business.  Please join us on January 19, 2012  for an informative session that will give you real life examples of how hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions are taking their businesses to the next level.  Learn about mobile and social marketing, how they work together and complement each other, and how  you can use them both to drive more sales and dramatically improve your customer loyalty.

Picture of Brian PolanginBrian Polangin has 20 years of experience running successful marketing, sales and business development programs for DC area B2B and B2C companies. Proficient with budgets of all sizes, he designs and executes programs that are efficient, cost-effective and, most of all, that really work. His programs have generated more than $500 million in sales, acquired dozens of blue chip business clients and resulted in the acquisition of millions of consumer customers.

Presently, he is Managing Partner of Mobile2Social an innovative new offering that bundles mobile-optimized versions of your website, website enhancements or re-designs for social connectivity, SMS marketing campaigns, QR codes, and social integration into an affordable, turnkey package. Designed for restaurants, hotels, tourist attractions, associations, retail, and any small to mid-size business that wants to instantly leverage mobile and social marketing tools to drive revenue and improve customer communications.

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Prior to Mobile2Social, he founded InfoRockit, Inc., a mobile, email and social marketing solutions company, and held executive positions at Agora Publishing, Jaxara, CreateHope, Primus, Startec Global Communications, and National Research Bureau.  Mr. Polangin holds a BA in Advertising from the University of Maryland.

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