The Marketing Artificial Intelligence Conference (MAICON), which drew 300 professionals from 28 states and 12 countries in its inaugural year, returns to the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland, July 14 - 16, 2020—and tickets are on sale now!
Year two promises expanded programming with more sessions and speakers, a collection of case studies from marketers who have piloted AI in their companies, and an ever-growing community of marketing leaders seeking to drive change in their organizations.
MAICON 2019 had more than 40 sessions designed to help marketing leaders understand, pilot and scale AI. The international event featured speakers from Albert, Conversica, Facebook, Grant Thornton, HubSpot, IBM, MIT Technology Review, Publicis Sapient, SoftBank Robotics, The Natori Company, Yext and many more.
MAICON is built on the idea that every piece of software marketers use today—ad buying, analytics, automation, content strategy, conversation, email, search, social—can be made more intelligent using AI and machine learning.
AI reduces costs by intelligently automating repetitive, data-driven tasks. And it drives revenue by improving your ability to make predictions that continually improve, rather than marketers having to figure everything out on their own.
AI doesn’t have to be confusing or overwhelming. If you understand what it is and how it works, then you can quickly identify the best use cases to apply it.
Join us in Cleveland, July 14 - 16, 2020 for the next edition of the MAICON! Together, we will explore the next frontier in digital marketing transformation.
Be curious. Explore AI.
Registration questions? Contact Ashlee Moehring at email@example.com for support!
Interested in speaking or sponsoring MAICON 2020?
We're accepting speaker proposals via this Google form until Friday, Dec. 20, 2019. We're looking for authors, entrepreneurs, educators, practitioners and experts who can help make AI approachable and actionable for marketers.
Our sponsorship kit will be available in August 2019. Fill out this form to be emailed a copy when it's ready.