AAM Summit 2019 Recap | Key Takeaways
The AAM Summit in June 2019 was packed with useful information, opportunities to make connections, and plenty to learn from experts and our peers. Last month the AAM Minute reached out to attendees to get their thoughts on the best takeaways, what they learned, and what they will be taking back to their firms to increase growth and implement change. The feedback we have received about the 2019 AAM Summit has been outstanding.
First Time AAM Summit Attendee’s 2019 Feedback
Check out the Beginner’s Guide article to read more about the video marketing session Marketing Manager Anna Morgese couldn’t get enough of. Additionally, you’ll find tips, Marketing Coordinator Kaitlynn Wells, learned for increasing her open rates. Key takeaways you can learn more about in this article include:
- The importance of leveraging social media to engage buyers
- The value of content and important tips around it
- Personal professional development
Experienced Attendee’s Feedback on AAM Summit 2019
Seasoned marketers found AAM Summit’s content helpful, too — like Katie Tolin’s favorite session on pricing. In the seasoned marketers’ article, you can read more about Katie’s highlights, including how to use a buyer’s psychology to structure pricing at your firm. Phyllis Sossi’s “game-changing” takeaway is on how she should structure her content. These are a few of the reasons seasoned marketers keep coming back to the AAM conferences every year. Be sure you view the experienced marketers’ feedback to learn about all the key takeaways.
Next year’s AAM Summit will be in Philadelphia, PA on May 5-8, 2020. You’ll be able to attend in person or online. Click to read more key takeaways from the AMM Summit 2019 first-timers and our experienced attendees to see what you can expect at next year’s AMM Summit. We hope you can join us next year in Philadelphia!
About Emily Taibl
Emily manages Sweeney Conrad’s marketing department and is the lead on all brand strategy both internally and externally. She handles all marketing activities for the firm including planning, client outreach, content management, website, recruiting, and social media. Prior to Sweeney Conrad, Emily ran her own boutique PR/Marketing firm specializing in the restaurants and non-profits. She serves as the Chair of the Association of Accounting Marketing’s monthly newsletter, the AAM Minute, and is on the Marketing/Business Development Team for Allinial Global.
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