BYO Laptop. We’ll provide lunch.
You’ve done it! You’ve used your premium negotiation skills and spot-on research, and you’ve convinced your company to invest in marketing automation. You have visions of increased ROI and a happy sales team dancing in your head, and you’re ready to jump on the marketing automation bandwagon. Now what? Sign up for Elevate 2012! The annual Pardot user’s conference is a great way to catch up on all the marketing automation updates and hang out with your fellow Pardot users. But what if you think you could benefit from more in-depth training and hands-on instruction? Well, Elevate now has an entire day just for you!
New this year to the annual Pardot user’s conference is the Elevate Training Day. Whether you’re looking to launch your first campaign or expand your Pardot knowledge, this is your chance to work with the Pardot experts! This half-day training session will provide face-to-face group training for users of all levels. With two tracks available (Beginner and Advanced), there will be something for everyone – new Pardot users and seasoned veterans alike. Attendees are strongly encouraged to bring their laptop computers to work hands-on alongside the Pardot Trainers to create ready-to-use marketing pieces, like landing pages and email templates.
We’ll start with lunch and finish with progress. We hope to see you there!
What: Elevate Training Day
When: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 – 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Where: The W Atlanta – Midtown
Who: All Pardot users! Sign up here.
Additional Cost: $295/ attendee
Beginner – We’ll start with the basics of the Pardot experience – prospects, marketing, reporting, administration, and more. Consider it bootcamp for getting the details of your Pardot program up and running.
Advanced – Join us in a round table style discussion session with fellow Pardot users and Pardot Trainers. We’ll help you get the creative strategy juices flowing, and start looking at new ways to approach items like drip programs, reporting, landing pages and any other topic you might like to cover.
Questions? Email us at email@example.com.