May 03, 2020

The MineThatData Show: Kevin & Bill Host an Industry Event

Ok, we're going to try something different in a few weeks.

During the summer months (and possibly beyond), I am going to host a video show, featuring interviews, classes, and other assorted content. You'll see more about upcoming shows in future posts, and you'll catch all the latest news first on Twitter.



One of the first episodes of "The MineThatData Show" will be held live on May 14, at 2:00pm EDT / 11:00am PDT. This episode will be a can't miss event for the third of my audience with strong catalog marketing ties, as I invite Bill LaPierre (click here) of Datamann to participate in a free-flowing hour-long industry-centric discussion. 

What will we discuss? Who knows? The business world is changing every few days, so we can't have a firm agenda because a firm agenda will be outdated on May 14. So we'll chat about the current business climate, we'll address some attendee questions, and we'll try to have some fun ... I'm not remotely interested in a dry, boring, lifeless webinar that sells services.

Who is invited?  Everybody!  Some industry events shut out vendors or various individuals for whatever the reason, and they probably have good reasons for doing that. In this format, everybody is included.

At this time, you can email me questions ahead of the session (kevinh@minethatdata.com). I plan on enabling chat during the event, so you'll be able to ask questions at that time as well. There is no guarantee that questions will be answered.

Attendance is limited to five-hundred (500) participants. Registration information is outlined below. I'm encouraging you to join us!

May 14, 2020:  2:00pm EDT / 11:00am PDT

Registration:  https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/7615885653270/WN_zMSVlkJ2QWa3VvtSnqExLQ

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event.












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