We’re putting the finishing touches on Postback 17’s epic surprises, legendary parties, and unforgettable keynotes. What will they be? We can’t tell you everything — cough special effects, cough — so we put together this behind-the-scenes video to hold you over:
Don’t have tickets yet?
It’s not too late, but we’re getting close to our 1,000-attendee cutoff. You’re playing a dangerous game! Don’t be the only person alone in your office next Thursday, wishing you were here with us. Here are three reasons you don’t want to miss out:
1. Anyone who’s anyone (in mobile marketing) will be there.
“Here’s what I love about Postback. Everybody that I want to talk to is here. You can’t walk across the lobby without bumping into four or five people that you would love to do business with.”– Erik Radtke, Vice President, BLU Market
2. You’ll hear from the people actually doing YOUR job.
“What I love the most about Postback is the diversity of thought that I see here, and presentations from women in the industry, men in the industry. All different levels of organizations are represented, and that to me is very inspiring … getting to hear that real diversity of thought and experience.” – Gwen Murray, Head of Mobile Marketing, Staples
3. We could tell you, but we’d have to kill you (with kindness).
“Life is short, and we want to have fun, and we want to throw some great parties. We want to surprise people … It’s gonna keep getting harder and harder to exceed everyone’s expectations — they’re like Odesza is showing up, or Rufus Du Sol, and then Richard Sherman — but we’re going to do our best to keep topping it every year. It’s those surprises and those moments that bring everyone together and help us have a great time with each other.” – Peter Hamilton, Chief Executive Officer, TUNE
There are more awesome nuggets in the video — from Postback attendees, our vice president of marketing, even our founders — about what Postback means to them and the shenanigans they’ve pulled throughout the years.
Becky is the Senior Content Marketing Manager at TUNE. Before TUNE, she led a variety of marketing and communications projects at San Francisco startups. Becky received her bachelor's degree in English from Wake Forest University. After living nearly a decade in San Francisco and Seattle, she has returned to her home of Charleston, SC, where you can find her enjoying the sun and salt water with her family.