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No room for the Mega-Conference?
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If you try to reserve your hotel room for the Mega-Conference today or tomorrow, you likely will hear that rooms are unavailable.  Don't worry – continue with your plans to attend the conference!  You will have a room.

SNPA, Inland and Local Media Association are securing more rooms.  An expanded room block will be confirmed this week.

Meanwhile, if you need a room, but are unable to get a reservation, please contact Karla Zander at KZander@inlandpress.org and let her know your arrival and departure dates.

Conference program view all

No product portfolio is successful without the right sales structure and culture. Hear what's important during a one-hour session on Tuesday morning, Feb. 24, at the Key Executives Mega-Conference.

Chris Edwards, vice president of sales and marketing for The Gazette Company (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) …

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Mobile and video are key drivers to digital revenue growth, but they are not enough to keep up with declines seen in print. Ben Shaw, director of global advisory for the World Association of News Publishers – WAN-IFRA, says: "Publishers need to focus on finding a balance between readership …

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Michael Burcham – who will be addressing the Key Executives Mega-Conference next month – has been named Tennessean of the Year.

Burcham will address the Mega-Conference on Tuesday morning, Feb. 24, with a look at "The Next Big Thing: Three Must Do's to Allow Innovation in Your Organization …

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Carol Hudler, conference program coordinator: "Having spent 17 years as a publisher and working directly with other publishers for more than seven of those years, I sort of know how publishers think. And as I discussed the 2015 Mega-Conference with its organizers, I suggested we create the program …

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Next Generation Loyalty is the subject of the opening session on Wednesday morning, Feb. 25, during the Key Executives Mega-Conference in Atlanta.

Our presenter, Ryan Jenkins, an internationally recognized Millennial keynote speaker and author, says: "The culprit of this dwindling loyalty is …

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Quick Bite Solutions view all

Thirteen Quick Bite sessions will be presented by R&D partners at next month's Key Executives Mega-Conference in Atlanta. These 20-minute "how to" presentations will focus on ways publishers can grow revenue and get other high-impact results. These program segments will feature case studies and new …

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Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities view all

Only a few booths remain available for the 2015 Mega-Conference. Some great sponsorship opportunities are being offered, but you need to act quick.

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View a list of Mega-Conference sponsors and exhibitors as of today.

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The Mega-Conference is an exceptional opportunity for sponsors and exhibitors to connect with publishers and key corporate executives – the decision makers you want to reach. Last year's conference drew more than 650 attendees. Here's why you need to be in Atlanta Feb. 23-25.

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User Group Meetings view all

Make your plans now to attend LEAP’s annual post-conference session on industry best practices – and we’ll save you a seat in the LEAP Luxury Box – an exclusive perch in the main conference hall so you can take it all in while relaxing in cushy sofas and enjoying cold beverages.

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Adicio will host its Annual Client Conference and Best Practices Exchange on Wednesday, Feb. 25 (10:45 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.).

Adicio clients and guests are invited to attend. RSVP to tony@adicio.com.

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Hotel rooms view all

If you are having difficulty reserving your room at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis for the Mega-Conference, please contact Karla Zander at KZander@inlandpress.org.

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Testimonials view all

"This is the must go to show of the year."

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"The Mega-Conference was very valuable. By all three newspaper associations going together, the attendance was larger and attracted better speakers and more vendors. It was definitely worth attending..."

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