Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce to Host Social Media Marketing Experts at Latino iConnect Digital Marketing Conference

 

The Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce is pleased to invite business owners to attend Latino iConnect, a digital marketing conference that will be held on March 5, 2014 at Sony’s corporate building in San Diego, California and will highlight the latest in internet marketing trends and best practices.

Learn from top social media marketing experts including: Mari Smith, a social media strategists and widely recognized as a Facebook marketing expert; Ekaterina Walter, a social media trailblazer and an author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller “Think Like Zuck: The Five Business Secrets of Facebook’s Improbably Brilliant CEO Mark Zuckerberg”; Ramón de León, social media visionary & global keynote Inspirational speaker awarded the 2011 “Chicago Social Media Person of the Year Award” by Chicago Social Media Marketing Group; Neal Schaffer, a Forbes Top 50 Social Media Power Influencer two years in a row and creator of the AdAge Top 100 Global Marketing Blog Maximize Social Business; and Martin Shervington, author of “The Art and Science of Google+.”

Attendees are also going to have the opportunity to learn from marketing experts: Lee Vann, contributor to Media Post’s Engage Hispanics blog and passionate about evangelizing the Hispanic online market and educating marketers on the best practices for reaching this growing market segment; Edwin Dearborn, a veteran C-level executive that has delivered hundreds of workshops and presentations to thousands of business professionals on communication, organization, marketing, as well as personal development; and Shaul Jolles, serial entrepreneur and CEO at .UNO that has founded various innovative startups & startup incubators around the U.S.

Thanks to the valuable support of Sony, Chispa, SDG&E, GoDaddy, Ignited, MadetoOrder, .UNO, Rise Interactive and DEIPI.COM the event can be offered at no cost to attendees. Business owners interested in attending can RSVP now at http://www.latinoiconnect.com.