Tickets are going quickly but are still available for the Communicator Summit Baltimore, set for Sept. 26 at the Pier 5 Hotel at the Inner Harbor.

Now in its seventh year, this re-envisioned summit replaces the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit, (MAMS), that has been hosted in Baltimore in previous years and historically attracted more than 225 communications professionals.

The new Communicator Summit is more Baltimore-centric and represents the convergence of all disciplines that comprise the professions of communications such as advertising, marketing, public relations, media, graphic design and production products and services.

Event organizers have assembled an impressive roster of speakers, from representatives of the media to thought leaders in digital marketing to experts from some of Maryland’s top brands and companies.

Companies speakers include Under Armour, The Baltimore Sun, Hilton, Sparkpost, Homestead Gardens, Baltimore Business Journal, National Aquarium, Towson University, George Mason University, Chesapeake Employers Insurance and more to come.

Agencies and marketing partners on the roster come from companies such as imre, Beyond Definition, Planit, Podcast Village, Producers, The Mather Group, Cravety, Ironmark, HighRock, AAF, PRSA, AMA, IES, Commpro, Storyfarm and Citybizlist among others.

One of the keynotes is Rich Harris, CEO of SparkPost, the world’s #1 email sender, sending 37% of the world’s business email. Harris will cover how brands are challenged with selecting the right tools to power their communications and data strategies. Similar to how AdTech was transformed by data, and now MarTech is undergoing its own digital transformation with artificial intelligence and machine learning.

The Baltimore Sun will be featured in a morning panel discussion about what it’s like covering Charm City. The Sun will also have a panel titled “Data Inspired Storytelling: What Every Brand Needs to Know.”

Other sessions cover working with micro-influencers; buyer personas; cyber-security; customer experience and Maryland beverage industry marketing.

A “Best of Show” panel will feature an inside look at the top award-winning work from the winners of AMA, PRSA and AdAge.

“We have assembled a conference of some of the top minds in our industry, offering attendees an incredible day of networking and learning from the top experts in marketing communications,” said Paul Duning, executive producer.

Very few sponsorships are still available and can be reserved by contacting Duning at

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