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Virtual reality has entered the realm of mainstream marketing. Savvy marketers need to understand how to leverage this powerful, attention-grabbing technology, so you’ll want to be there for the Attention! 2015 keynote on engaging consumers with virtual reality and the exciting hands-on demo that will amaze you.
Keynote: Is Virtual Reality the New Attention Frontier?
Major brands like Samsung, the NFL, and the NBA have all bridged the gap between virtual and real world experiences in the past year. With stats and best practices, virtual reality expert and entertainment executive Nancy Bennett will make the case for why virtual reality is the new frontier in consumer attention.
Blurred Lines: Virtual Reality Demos
The future is here! Give virtual reality some attention with the latest headsets and a fully immersive experience powered by Two Bit Circus.
Don’t miss the opportunity to engage with other senior level marketers at eMarketer Attention! 2015 – October 27, 2015 at the TimesCenter in New York. Ticket prices increase on August 16. Get your Early Bird ticket today and reserve your spot for what’s sure to be a thought-provoking and insightful day. eMarketer customers receive preferred pricing.
Please visit the event site to see the full agenda and register.
Attention! 2015 Event Team
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