This is no watered down “marketing conference” designed for just any industry job title. Dealership Minds "Intelligence Driven Marketing" is for ag equipment dealers only. With the most influential minds in the industry, of every color, size and experience, the audience is getting personalized tools to help them supercharge their marketing efforts. Kim Schmidt, Farm Equipment managing editor, states that the audience “will leave the summit with an inventory of ideas from the best marketing minds in the business.”
In this highly interactive Digital Marketing session, Tim Whitley will inspire the audience to utilize mobile applications in their marketing strategy as a way to increase client rosters and modernize the company’s brand.
For the past decade, Whitley has presented on digital marketing throughout North America. Highly respected in the broadcasting, automotive and agriculture/equipment sectors, he is known to inspire dealers to want to help invent the future of technology and how to look at every challenge as an opportunity or turn a “no” into a “what if.”
Whitley helped introduce Greenway Equipment to the digital world in 2010 by evolving their website into a sign-in portal and mobile application and creating a digital marketing campaign which helped to modernize the brand In just 2 years, the Team SI Equipment Division has built a client roster of over 400 dealership locations across the U.S. and Canada.
The full lineup of speakers and sessions is available at DealershipMindsSummit.com.
Limited seats are available and reservations are now open. A discounted registration rate of $439 is available through 4-30-18, offering a 19% discount off the full rate of $539. Registration can be made online or by calling (262) 432-0388 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Sponsors of the 2018 Summit include A&I Products, Ag Direct, BigIron Auctions, CLAAS, Fastline Media Group, HBS Systems, Iron Solutions, Machinery Scope, Montag Manufacturing, Team SI, Western Equipment Dealers Association (WEDA), Yanmar, Topcon Agriculture and Yetter Mfg.