David Murray To Headline DM Engage San Francisco

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If you’re planning to launch a start-up in 2013, you absolutely need to drop by DM Engage in San Francisco on Thursday Jan 17th. It’s kind of a big deal…

Because the star of Bravo’s Start-Ups: Silicon Valley will be teaching the class. That’s right, David Murray will be sharing his wildly successful start-up strategies in a presentation entitled, “There’s more to growing your product than SEO and viral tactics.”

And just think, as you’re getting your badges for the 4th annual T&C Summit… DM Engage will be right next door!

Convenient, right? We thought so too.

Here are the details:

When: 7:00pm -10:00pm Thursday, January 17th

Where: Jillian’s Billiards Club of San Francisco (Next door to Marriott Marquis Hotel)

175 Fourth Street Suite 1070, San Francisco, CA 94103


The event is open to any Traffic and Conversion participants, this means YOU! Pre-Registration for T&C will take place on Thurs. 2p to 8p at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, walk on over to Jillian’s right next door for a relaxing evening as DM Engage welcomes everyone to San Francisco.

DM Engage will feature a panel of experts in digital marketing including David Murray from Bravo’s hit reality TV show Start-Ups: Silicon Valley! Entrepreneur, engineer, & founder of GoalSponsors, David has served as an executive for two 40-person firms, and has held leadership roles at both Google and Atari. He will discuss: There’s more to growing your product than SEO and viral tactics. Networking will be encouraged, and the first 150 attendees will receive a drink ticket. Light appetizers will be served along with music and contests you don’t want to miss out on.

See you there!

Stay tuned to the DM Engage Facebook page for the latest updates and announcements.

RSVP here:  http://dmengagesf.eventbrite.com

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