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August 26–28th
Seaport World Trade Center

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September 28–29th
etc.venues St Paul's

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Make email better

The Email Design Conference brings the email community together to celebrate their craft and give marketers and designers a platform to learn, share, and grow.

Free from product pitches and meaningless hype, we’re all about content: teaching designers, marketers, and strategists how to produce emails that look great, perform well, and engage audiences.

With sessions covering innovative email development techniques, responsive email design, content creation, testing strategy, production processes, and more, you’ll take away tips and techniques that have immediate impact.

Testimonials

97% of previous attendees said they’d attend again, and 99% would recommend The Email Design Conference to a friend. See what else previous attendees had to say!

This conference rocks! Tons of collaboration & knowledge, no pesky sales pitches. Live optimizations were awesome.
Andrea Arnold
Zion & Zion
The content & sessions were spot on. Never before have I been to a conference with as many takeaways that we will be able to immediately apply! Thank you!
Benjamin McCabe
Intouch Solutions

FAQs

Conference-related questions? You’ve come to the right place!

Where is the conference?

The Email Design Conference is taking place in both Boston and London this year.

Boston will take place at the Seaport World Trade Center, located at 200 Seaport Boulevard in Boston, MA.

London will take place at etc.venues, located at 200 Aldersgate, St. Paul's in London, UK.

What is the conference schedule?

The Boston conference will kick-off Wednesday evening on August 26th with a casual meetup at District Hall. Sessions will begin on Thursday morning (August 27th) and last through Friday afternoon on August 28th.

View the full agenda on the Boston page.

The London schedule will be announced soon.

What does the ticket price include?

Boston’s session pass includes access to sessions on Thursday and Friday; breakfast, lunch, and plenty of coffee and snacks each day; plus admission to all evening events. Workshop passes will also include lunch on Wednesday, and the workshop(s) you selected.

London’s session pass includes a half day of general sessions on Monday 28th September and sessions all day on Tuesday 29th September; plus admission to evening events. Workshop passes will also include lunch on Monday, and admission to the Advanced Targeting and Hacks Workshop.

Are workshops included with my ticket?

No. Workshops will be available as an add-on to your conference registration.

Do you have free/discounted/non-profit tickets?

A small number of free tickets are available from conference Patrons—get more details on the Litmus blog.

How do I become a speaker?

Our call for speakers has closed, and we are currently evaluating all submissions.

Are sponsorships available?

In lieu of traditional sponsorships to fund the events, we’ve opted to finance our effort through ticket proceeds—an unusual approach that allows for amazing, pitch-free content. We’re also inviting like-minded partners to support the conference by becoming a patron. Email us for details.

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