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Jebbit Announces Inaugural Customer Conference

Held at Fenway Park, the conference features a keynote from HubSpot’s Kipp Bodnar.

Boston, MA (February 21, 2017) – Jebbit, the leading mobile interactive content platform, today announced its inaugural customer conference. The conference will be held on Thursday, April 13, at historic Fenway Park, and features a keynote from HubSpot CMO Kipp Bodnar.

“Our customers are innovators in their industries,” said Jebbit CEO Tom Coburn. “We’re looking forward to a day of learnings from our partners and industry experts from companies like Facebook, Google, Adobe, and Sprinklr.”

The customer conference will bring Jebbit partners across industries together to discuss their mobile marketing strategies, how they use interactive content, and how to address the challenges of reaching today’s mobile consumer.

“I’m excited to network with other great brands and media companies innovating in their industries,” said Shauna Little, Tribune Media’s Director of National Sales Strategy.

A broad range of industries will be in attendance, including media companies, travel brands, retail and eCommerce brands, and professional sports teams. Speakers include Tribune Media’s Director of National Sales Strategy, Shauna Little, and the New England Revolution’s VP of Marketing, Cathal Conlon.

About Jebbit

Jebbit’s platform enables marketers and digital sales teams to create branded, personalized mobile experiences that engage, profile, and convert their audiences. Jebbit helps brands increase mobile conversions while capturing user-provided data that boosts lifetime value. Jebbit helps media companies drive revenue by providing interactive mobile solutions as part of their digital offerings. To learn more about how mobile interactive content can grow your business, visit www.jebbit.com.

Published February 22, 2017

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