DigitalSherpa is excited to announce that our team will be heading up to Boston in late August as a sponsor for this year’s Inbound Conference 2012 hosted by HubSpot!

This week, HubSpot is featuring DigitalSherpa as ‘Sponsor Of The Week’, where you’ll also have an opportunity to sign up for the chance to win a year of content marketing absolutely free!

What do you need to know about Inbound 2012?

Hubspot Inbound 2012INBOUND 2012 is a 3-day marketing conference and training event designed to help marketing professionals, business owners, and agency executives deepen their knowledge of inbound marketing through a combination of inspiring keynote presentations, focused breakout sessions, expert-led small group workshops, innovative product demos, and exciting networking activities.

  • 3 days
  • 2,000 attendees
  • 6 inspiring keynotes
  • 60+ breakout sessions
  • Hands-on product demos
  • 1-on-1 sessions
  • Awesome networking activities

How Will DigitalSherpa Contribute To Inbound 2012?

DigitalSherpa is super excited to be part of the massive amount of energy surrounding Inbound 2012. We recognize the absolute edge that content and inbound marketing makes available to business marketers. DigitalSherpa is interested in meeting other business owners, marketing executives, and bloggers who are as excited about Inbound marketing as we are.

In addition to the presence of members of our team, DigitalSherpa President Adam Japko¬†will be a part of a Wednesday afternoon panel at the conference titled ‘The Future Of Outsourcing Content & Campaigns’.

This year at Inbound 2012, the DigitalSherpa team is hoping to make new friends and partners and to continue to contribute to the rapid growth our industry has realized.


About Chris Vaughn

Chris builds, manages and executes inbound lead generation programs and is responsible for new business development and partnership with a focus on growing a brand. In the past, Chris was the Managing Editor at Bluff Media LLC and graduated from Oglethorpe University in 2005. In his spare time, Chris helps run a growing fantasy sports website and hangs out with his dog, Ace.