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Noble Studios’ CEO to Moderate NCET’s 2019 State of Digital Marketing Event

November 12, 2019

It’s that time of year again! Noble Studios’ CEO Jarrod Lopiccolo and The Abbi Agency’s CEO Abbi Whitaker will moderate NCET’s Special Event: The 4th Annual State of Digital Marketing panel on November 20.

With 2020 on the horizon, there’s no shortage of digital marketing trends that will define the start of a new decade and undoubtedly push the boundaries of what it means to be innovative.

Get the answer to your burning questions on the latest marketing trends. Find out if influencer marketing could actually work for your brand. Let experts explain programmatic media and understand if it’s worth the hype. Learn more about the important role quality links, ratings, affiliate sites and reviews can have for your brand. Hear the debate around websites’ decreasing relevance as other channels grow in popularity. Or get updates on the latest advances in inbound vs. outbound marketing tactics to determine which are the most effective for your brand strategy.

That’s just scratching the surface of some of the topics the panel will cover, and nothing is off-limits. Questions from the audience are welcomed and encouraged.

Since the first panel in 2016, Jarrod and Abbi have annually shared the stage with other leading experts in digital marketing to close out the calendar year and look toward future trends in the industry. This year they’re happy to lead the panel’s discussion with other industry experts including:

• Rachel Grimm, Senior Digital Sales Manager at Spectrum Reach Reno
Nick Danford, Agency Development Manager for Google Customer Solutions
Chad Hallert, VP of Performance Marketing at Noble Studios
Bryan Alison, Chief Marketing Officer at The Abbi Agency

The NCET special event will be held at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center on Nov. 20, 2019 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Register for tickets in advance, and be ready to hear all about what 2020 has in store for marketers and consumers alike.

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