The idea for High Five was conceived in 2013. For too long, local marketers and creatives needed to seek inspiration in the likes of Austin, San Francisco, and New York. We decided to create a conference that celebrated the talent and vibrancy of the Triangle—right here in the Triangle.
If you consider yourself a marketer, and by that we mean strategist, communicator, designer, creative director, product manager, developer, writer, and everyone in between or on the periphery, this conference is for you.
You’ll be surrounded by a few hundred other creative thinkers craving collaboration to make new ideas happen, just like you.
At High Five, learn about teamwork, partnership and collaboration in new and unexpected ways to truly achieve marketing and creativity symbiosis:
The conference has four optional 1/2 day workshops, five strong keynotes and 20+ breakout sessions. Click here for the agenda.
– Jennifer Abraczinkskas, Director of Marketing, Genworth
“We are looking forward to participating in sessions presented by industry luminaries and meeting other local marketers doing extraordinary things to drive awareness, revenue and raving fans.”
– Kelley Crawford, Director of Marketing, Facility Dude
“High Five seems to ‘get’ the modern creative worker. We have to understand the message and the medium, and High Five makes that connection. And it’s local – bonus!”
– Laura Hamlyn, Manager, Global Content, Red Hat
You want to attend High Five. You know it’s the place to be to help you do your job better. You get it! But, does your boss?
Here’s a little help to convince your boss that High Five is a “must-attend” event. Download High Five Convince Your Boss and share with your manager today!
The event is hosted by the Triangle AMA. For more than 35 years the Triangle AMA has offered marketing professionals the opportunity to learn and grow through professional development and networking. Now more than 600 members strong, we’re the largest marketing association between D.C. and Atlanta. The conference is led by a team of volunteers.
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