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November 7th.

OK. But what place?


No…that’s not a typo or a reboot of the old “Who’s on First?” Abbott & Costello routine. 

The Place23 Conference is a one-day event brought to you by Localogy, Street Fight’s “sister” company. With Street Fight hosting 2 sessions (more to come on this), you can use code “FON” (as in “Friend of Nancy”) to get a huge discount.

Why Place23?

Hyper-local marketing is more important than ever before. Consumers rely heavily on their screens to inform what to eat, where to shop, how to find services they need, and more.

Especially when we travel, finding the ideal place to do any of these things is critical.

Today’s consumer is truly omnichannel. How do they decide whether to spend online, offline, or some combination?

Here are five more compelling reasons (other than the groovy discount) to come to New York (or simply Uber to the conference) on November 7th.

  1. Big brands that are shaping the future of physical and digital spending will be there — Google and Mastercard, to name just two.
  2. Place23 is a fast-paced and efficient event. It all takes place on one insight-packed day.
  3. You’ll get perspectives from start-up and established brands and the agencies creating their marketing campaigns.
  4. Future-forward topics like Generative AI and Augmented Reality (AR) are on the agenda.
  5. An amazing after-party will give you an opportunity to connect with the speakers and other attendees, grow your professional circle, and inspire new ideas.

Live events are back! Why sit staring at a ZOOM screen or listening to a remote speaker explain things to you when you can be in a dynamic, highly interactive, and connected environment?

Reserve your spot early. We expect between 200-250 leaders and game-changers in the local marketing space.

There’s only one place to be on November 7th.

Place23 .

Nancy A Shenker, senior editor with Street Fight, is a former big brand (Citibank, Mastercard, Reed Exhibitions) marketing strategist and leader. She has been featured in, the New York Times and Forbes.