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Free Webcast - Digital Agencies: Do You Speak Video? How digital agencies are helping clients win with online-video

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When your clients ask you what more they could be doing on their website to acquire, engage and convert visitors do you talk to them about the power of online video? Video is driving record-breaking results for organizations of every size across every industry. There has never been a better time to learn how online video can increase the impact of your client's campaigns.

Join us as we show how leading digital agencies are using video as to build awe-inspiring brands and give you practical tips to ensure your clients online video strategy is a success.

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Speakers:
Steve Rotter VP Marketing, Brightcove

For over 20 years Steve Rotter has been helping organizations drive business innovation with technology. Currently, Steve is Vice President, Marketing at Brightcove, the leading online video platform for web marketers and media companies. Prior to joining Brightcove, Steve was the Director of Product Marketing at Adobe Systems where he drove the global launch of Adobe's Rich Internet Application technologies including Flex 3, Flash Player 9 and Adobe AIR. Before joining Adobe, Steve was co-founder and VP of Marketing for venture backed startup Q-Link Technologies which was acquired by Adobe in 2004. Prior to founding Q-Link, Steve was co-founder and President of Paradigm Research, a marketing and business strategy consultancy focused on the Fortune 500. Steve received his MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management and volunteers on the advisory boards for several non-profit organizations including World Vision and A Childs Right.

Alex Nasson VP Channels & Alliances, Brightcove

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