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The Undead: Print in the Digital Age

The Undead: Print In The Digital Age

About the Program

Print Isn’t Dead

Bad print and bad print tactics are. Be smarter and add a digital backbone that lets you track ROI! Innovate and stand out from the crowd!

In today’s over-communicated world, email is the go-to tool in the marketer's toolkit. Direct mail response rates are still much higher than digital methods, yet they have fallen out of favor and brands are spending less on direct mail as a result. This also means there are fewer pieces of
direct mail competing for the attention of your customers.

By combining smarter print and digital tactics in your campaigns, your response rates will go from undead to very much alive and well.

Event Details

Date: October 28, 2020
Time: Noon to 1:00pm

ZOOM
Virtual Seminar

 

This event is open to members and non members of AMA. For those purchasing tickets with the membership discount, membership will be checked at the door. 

Limited Student Scholarships are available. Click here if you’re interested.

About the Speaker

Haley Haar

As President, Haley oversees business planning and development and leads the Sales and Marketing team for AlphaGraphics Kansas City. She enjoys learning about the newest technologies in the industry and can help with agOnline, direct marketing campaigns, and other marketing technologies. As a Kansas City native, she is a graduate of William Jewel College and loves exploring KC with her children.

When not at AlphaGraphics KC, She’s a proud #mom, #girlscout and member of #hempkc!

About the Brand

For over 30 years AlphaGraphics Kansas City has been delivering high-quality printing and marketing products and services as promised when promised, we would like the opportunity to do the same for your company.  Get to know your AlphaGraphics Kansas City team.

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