31 Jul Power Play Marketing President Jeff Klein Shares Mobile Marketing Strategies With Boca Raton Businesses
South Florida business owners can learn the benefits of mobile marketing at the upcoming Tech Forum being held August 28th 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Sugar Sand Park’s Willow Theater.
The Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce’s latest Tech Forum is entitled “Small Devices Big Business!”
The event is being held on Thursday, August 28th at Sugar Sand Park’s Willow Theater, 300 S Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33486 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. The event is free to attend for all Boca Chamber members. Non-members can attend for a cost of $50. To learn more and register online, visit the Boca Chamber website. You can also contact the Chamber directly at 561-395-4433.
The event will be a panel discussion with leading mobile marketing experts Jeff Klein (Power Play Marketing), Chris Cabell (AppwoRx) and Larry Talley (Everyware).
Author, educator, International keynote speaker and award-winning thought leader, Jay Berkowitz, will moderate the panel.
Jeff Klein is a renowned mobile marketing consultant. Throughout his 16-year Internet marketing career, he has built and managed Internet marketing strategies for local and national businesses.
In 2013 Klein published the #1 Best Selling book Mobile Marketing: Successful Strategies for Today’s Mobile Economy. In it he describes how mobile marketing is transforming the way businesses of all sizes interact with their clients.
According to Klein, “Mobile has changed people’s behaviors and expectations. Business owners must consider how they’re meeting the needs of their mobile customers or risk losing those customers to businesses who put mobile first.”
In 1998 Klein founded Power Play Marketing (powerplaymarketing.com), an Internet marketing firm delivering search engine marketing, mobile marketing and web design solutions for small and medium sized businesses. Clients include local and national businesses, organizations, and sports figures such as Duke Basketball Coach, Mike Krzyzewski and Harvard Basketball Coach, Tommy Amaker.