Thought Leadership

Join me at…on my discount’s Annual Summit to help keep retailers’ heads from spinning.

Retail is one fast-paced industry: today’s consumers are ‘always on’ and their shopping behavior changes as frequently as they change clothes (or at least so it seems). Luckily, there are events like’s Annual Summit to help keep retailers’ heads from spinning.

Digital and multichannel retailers will come together in Chicago to build relationships, talk about what works, and prepare for what’s next in the industry. Hot topics this year will range from omnichannel and mobile to retail innovations and dynamic marketing.

If you’re on the fence about attending, do yourself a favor and come to the Windy City this September—arguably the best time of year to visit. Not only will you be surrounded by some of the best and brightest in retail, but you’ll also return to the office inspired and armed with an arsenal of insights so you can get the most of your commerce program.

What’s more, you can use my discount. If you enter my code, 1122, you’ll get 10% off a full conference pass. What’s that include? 100+ speakers, networking breaks, and meals. Not your thing? If you’re a retailer, you can register for a FREE expo pass, which allows you to talk shop and network with 200+ exhibitors.

This expo pass also grants you access to BIG !deas sessions. I’m hosting one on competitive intelligence. Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions?

  • What are my competitors’ top performing marketing campaigns?
  • When they were sent?
  • How do specific channels affect the success of these campaigns?  
  • How do these compare to your own?  

If so, I hope to see you there. Want to save a couple hundred bucks off the onsite ticket price? Today's your last chance to save $200!

Author Bio

Jason Warnock

Jason Warnock is a seasoned veteran of digital marketing. After creating successful email applications for Canadian bank CIBC (2004), Jason initiated and managed Deliverability Operations for Digital Connexxions (2006) implementing several key strategies for major publishing clients. After a successful acquisition of Digital Connexxions in 2006 by infoUSA, Jason proceeded to become Director of Deliverability for Yes Marketing (2007) followed by VP of Deliverability Services for Yes Marketing (2011). Jason has transformed Yes Marketing's Deliverability into an industry leading solution through enhanced offerings of technology and client services. Jason has designed successful technical and business strategies for several large Fortune 500 companies including: HP, Coke, Kodak, Facebook, eBay,, and United Airlines.