Last fall, we brought together the greatest minds in email marketing for two days chock-full of inspiration, networking, and countless actionable takeaways to bring back to the office. If you weren’t able to join us, don’t worry—we recorded every amazing second of it! We’ve crafted three packages of videos, swag, stats, and more to recreate the experience for you.
Last fall, we hosted the world’s first conferences dedicated solely to email design—and we’re looking forward to making this year’s Email Design Conference bigger and better! We’re looking for passionate practitioners of email design to submit proposals for a 45-60 minute presentation individually, with a partner, or as a panel.
Re-live the moments from Boston in our video recap to get a glimpse of the event and hear what attendees had to say! Also, check out all of the Twitter love and takeaways that #TEDC attendees left with.
It’s the final days leading up to the last stop in our little #TEDC13 tour. And what a wild ride it’s been. It’s hard to believe that it was just six months ago when Paul walked by my office and said “let’s put on a conference.” From dozens of speaker submissions, contracts, prep calls, hurricanes and train delays, to that thrilling moment when we kicked off day one… I’m beyond proud of every speaker, every presentation, every detail of what we’ve accomplished. And if it’s even possible, I love email more than ever.
Re-live the moments from London in our video recap to get a glimpse of the event and hear what attendees had to say! Also, check out all of the Twitter love and takeaways that #TEDC attendees left with.
The first Email Design Conference in San Francisco was a big success! We heard lots of great feedback and suggestions about speakers, content, and even the food. A common thread we heard from many attendees was a desire to share what they were working on while getting feedback on how they could improve. To that end, we’re pleased to announce the addition of live email optimization sessions during TEDC London and Boston!
TEDC San Francisco was a major success! We’re honored to have been surrounded by so many people that are as passionate about email as we are. We can’t wait for the festivities to start in London and Boston! Check out tweets, takeaways and tips from our first event.
As a result of hosting The Email Design Conference sponsor-free, we have the opportunity to focus solely on content, not pitches. However, since we had numerous folks interested in sponsoring, along with plenty of potential attendees asking how they can get free or discounted tickets, so we opted for a not-so-traditional sponsorship opportunity. As part of this opportunity, TEDC supporters purchase tickets for freelancers, the budget-conscious or those with just very mean bosses. Postmark graciously offered to send six people to the conferences! They raffled away three tickets for the London event and three tickets for the Boston event.
We’re very proud of the fact that we’re single-handedly sponsoring The Email Design Conference. While funding the event solely through ticket proceeds means we’ll have amazing, pitch-free content, it doesn’t leave much room for discounted tickets. We’ve heard from lots of people that want to attend the event, but simply cannot afford it. And, while we’d love to give discounts to everyone, it just isn’t plausible. Fortunately, due to some amazing, email-loving folks, we’ve had offers from TEDC supporters to purchase tickets for freelancers, the budget-conscious, or those with just very mean bosses. Postmark has generously offered to send six people to TEDC!
We’re extremely proud to be hosting The Email Design Conference sponsor-free. However, we had numerous folks interested in sponsoring, along with plenty of potential attendees asking how they can get free or discounted tickets, so we opted for a not-so-traditional sponsorship opportunity. As part of this opportunity, TEDC supporters purchase tickets for freelancers, the budget-conscious or those with just very mean bosses. MailChimp graciously offered to send fifteen people to the conferences! They raffled away five tickets per city. The contest was a major success — we had nearly 150 entries! After combing through entries and tweets, we’ve chosen fifteen lucky winners.