Conference Summary: The Art of Marketing - Toronto 2017

 
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On Monday, April 3rd 2017, more than 1,000 marketing leaders from across Canada gathered in Toronto to be a part of The Art of Marketing. This year's lineup included Ann Handley, Jonah Berger, Terry O'Reilly, Ron Tite, Troy Carter and Ryan Holiday.

As an organization, The Art Of is deeply committed to helping leaders achieve their full potential. We realize that attending our conference is only one part of the equation and that in order for you to get the most out of your investment we need to provide a variety of tools and resources that support you in your growth.

Below, you can access the conference summary. Feel free to share with your colleagues that weren't able to join us and if you have any questions or feedback please let us know.

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