Payne & Payne_B&WOnly a few tickets remain for Friday’s Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit.

The Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit is a major communications event examining emerging trends in marketing communications. Headlining the May 8 event will be David Payne, chief digital officer, Gannett, and Joe Payne, former CEO and chairman Eloqua, in a session titled “Payne & Payne: The Changing Marketing and Media Landscape.”

Now in its fourth year, the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit brings together more than 400 marketing and communications executives to discuss trends in marketing communications. This year the summit will take an in-depth look at how disruptive technologies are altering the way communications professionals reach their audiences. Topics will include: metrics, mobile, social media, multi-platform campaigns, online video campaigns, experiential advertising, B2B, and more.

This year’s event is set to take place in McLean, VA, at Gannett/USA Today corporate headquarters on Friday, May 8, from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Along with the Payne brothers, additional keynote speakers include: Lee Rainie, director of internet, science and technology research, Pew Research Center; and Lauren Tucker, CEO, Cooler Heads Intelligence.

The partial agenda, and partial list of speakers, can be found online:

“We are really excited to be bringing this event into its fourth year,” said Paul Duning. “The Summit has grown in size and scope over the years and provides a great opportunity for the community to hear from many influential marketing and communications leaders in one place. We’ve really got a great lineup for this year and are looking forward to a lively and engaging day of panels and presentations.”

The Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit is co-produced by Potomac Tech Wire, the region’s source for technology news, and Capitol Communicator.

Chief Marketing Officers, advertising, public relations or marketing executives, entrepreneurs, investors, technologists, brand marketers, creative directors, researchers, media planners and publishers should plan to attend the event. Participants are encouraged to register as early as possible as the event typically sells out.

For more information on the event, please visit:

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