Postback 2018 FAQ

Becky Doles


Postback 2018 is on the horizon and registration is officially open! For the sixth year in a row, we’re gathering the brightest minds across the mobile marketing ecosystem for two days of insights, trends and best practices. If you haven’t already, check out our announcement post for a sneak peek at what’s to come this year.

To help you prepare, here are the questions we’re asked most:

Location | Dates

Where and when is Postback?

Postback is taking place July 19-20, 2018 at McCaw Hall in the Seattle Center, just north of downtown Seattle, WA.

What’s the easiest way to get to the venue?

If you’re staying around downtown Seattle:

  • Walk – 15 minutes
  • Bus – 10 minutes
  • Pronto (Seattle’s bike share) – 5 minutes
  • Car or ride share – 5 minutes


Where can I register?

FAQ, Postback

What does my ticket include? 

All tickets to Postback 2018 include breakfast, lunch, snacks, happy hour, and a MoPOP special performance the evening of day 1. Additionally, you’ll get some quality swag (yes!) and post-event access to the main stage content videos.

Partnership Opportunities

Can I sponsor the event?

For the first time ever, we’ve put together Postback sponsorships for interested parties. Keeping with tradition, a portion of all sponsorship proceeds ($10K per) will go to two non-profit organizations (TBA!) that align with our corporate initiatives facilitating Women in Tech. If you would like to learn more about these opportunities, please email me: [email protected] and we can schedule some time to chat.

Why are you facilitating Women in Tech donations?

Our goal has always been to connect the leaders in mobile and educate the marketing industry. This year, along with supporting the mobile community by hosting Postback, we wanted to bring back the invitation to our partners to support another part of our culture at TUNE — continual education and leadership. So far, we’ve raised over $265K!

What speaking opportunities are available?

Compelling content is at the foundation of Postback. Our goal is for the content to enlighten and empower the marketing community to act on and advance current and emerging trends. If you would like to join our speaker lineup, please complete this application form and share your primary focus areas with us.  If there is a fit, we’ll find a way to get you on stage.  Please note: the deadline for submissions is Monday, April 30, 2018.


What are your recommended hotels?

Book sooner rather than later as summer is a busy time to visit Seattle!

Onsite Logistics

What is the schedule for Postback?

The hour-by-hour agenda is coming soon! Please keep an eye out for the email. In the meantime you can see our high-level content themes on the Postback website.

What are the registration hours?

Postback officially kicks off with the breakfast reception on Thursday, July 19 at 8:00 AM. Forks provided!

What hashtag should I use for the event?

Be a greater part of the story by using #Postback18.


When should I arrive for Postback?

We’ll be kicking off bright and early at 8:00 AM for breakfast and meetings on July 19. It is recommended to arrive to Seattle the evening before if you’re able.


Is there a dress code?

Postback attendees typically go “business casual,” but feel free to take it up a notch or sport your Sperrys and shorts. They’re perfect for sunny Seattle days in July.

Who can I contact if I have special food allergies?

For special needs or dietary restrictions there will be relevant boxes provided in the ticket purchase process to indicate your preference. Once onsite, any staff member will be happy to assist you in finding your meal.

Is Postback in an accessible venue?

McCaw Hall at the Seattle Center is fully accessible. For special requests please email me or Kim Keller (email addresses included below).

Is there a mother’s room onsite?

There is a nursing mother’s room near the Postback entrance. Once onsite, any staff member can escort you to view the space for use throughout the event.

Who should I contact if I have other questions?

For questions, please email me ([email protected]) or Kim Keller ([email protected]).


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Becky Doles

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.

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