Minneapolis, MN—October 23, 2015—Registration is now open for a complimentary symposium, “One-To-One Strategies of the Big Brands,” presented by Doris Brown-McNally, Business Development Manager for Worldwide Brands at Hewlett-Packard. The early evening event, sponsored by NEXT / GLS Precision Marketing, will be held on Thursday, November 5 at the Metropolitan Ballroom off I-394 in Golden Valley, Minnesota.
A nationally recognized brand and marketing thought-leader, Ms. Brown-McNally will inspire with fascinating tales of marketing transformation from the big brands in retail and B2B, highlighting the challenges, opportunities and scalable tactics for companies large and small to adopt personalized, multi-touch and data-driven strategies.
The evening will begin with a complimentary social hour from 5:00-6:00 p.m., followed by a lively, hour-long presentation from Ms. Brown-McNally. The evening will end with time for questions and discussion.
Free to attendees, the seminar offers inspiration for marketing executives and strategists, agency and brand creative, brand and product managers, print and direct marketing innovators, and multi-channel marketing evangelists.
Space is limited. Attendees must RSVP by October 28: nextprecisionmarketing.com/dorisbrownseminar
Time: Thursday, November 5
5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Social Hour
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Doris Brown-McNally Presentation
Location: Metropolitan Ballroom & Clubroom, 5418 Wayzata Boulevard, Golden Valley, MN 55416; free parking
About NEXT / GLS Precision Marketing
NEXT / GLS Precision Marketing is a strategic marketing solutions provider delivering end-to-end innovation from ideas to implementation. With over three decades of experience and a history of building and deploying brands through award-winning work and strategies, NEXT / GLS offers a broad portfolio of marketing technologies, including foundational strategic and creative services, comprehensive publicity and media presence, innovative multi-channel digital and print solutions, complete capabilities for global deployment, performance measurement and advanced program management tools. Facilities are located in Brooklyn Park, Minnetonka and Saint Paul, Minnesota.