MITX Presents: FutureM - October 4-8, 2010

Posted by Kiki Mills on Wed, Aug 4, 2010

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FutureM planning is well on its way and the feedback we’ve received is exciting. If you haven't heard the buzz or read some of the great blog posts from supporters like Edward Boches, Brian Halligan or bostInnovation - then read on!  

FutureM is the first-ever week long, collaborative multi-location conference about what's new and what's next in Marketing. Multiple locations. Dozens of events of all types - summits, conferences, panel discusions, parties, meet ups and then some. During the first week of October over 1,000 people will transcend on greater Boston to share and explore how the newest technologies and insights are changing the way marketers think, create, engage, and measure.

The power behind FutureM is that it's open source and collaborative - the hosts are all interested individuals, companies, organizations, venture firms, university groups and clubs who organize marketing related events during the week.

Every organization is welcome to participate and submit an event. FutureM has established criteria to ensure the content addresses the future of marketing in some form. Go to futurem.org to learn more. Many events will be free to attend. Registration will open late August.

FutureM Update

In addition to the buzz on twitter and the feedback we're receiving, we have 16 events confirmed, and over 50 in discussion. Check them out!

We'd like to thank the organizations and people who've partnered with us to host events so far, including:

Interested in Hosting?

FutureM is collaborative and open to all organizations interested in hosting a marketing-related event. Click here to submit an event proposal.

Interested in Sponsoring?

There are a limited number of sponsorship opportunities available for FutureM. Please contact Kara Boudreau for more information.

Interested in Volunteering?

The power of FutureM is in the people. Email us if you’re interested in helping as a volunteer.

Check out the website, and let us know what you think FutureM means to Massachusetts. We're looking forward to hearing from you.