Category: Marketing


Attending MicroConf Europe ’21 in Dubrovnik

Published on 2021/10/25

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Last updated on 2021/11/08

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by Dejan Murko

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MicroConf Europe in 2019 was the second to last conference I attended before COVID-19 struck. This year MicroConf returned to Dubrovnik. And it’s an absolutely amazing location, plus the weather was great all three days. The conference was not large in 2019 but it was even smaller now – and that’s a good thing. I […]

The Many Faces of AI Powered Marketing

Published on 2019/05/27

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by Matei Gavris

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This month I went to DigiMarCon in New York. I expected it to be a much bigger conference with more people, more talks to choose from and actual workshops. It was far from that but is a good conference to attend if it’s near you. I want to share here and expand on some AI […]

My Experience at iCEE.fest 2018

Published on 2018/06/28

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by Matei Gavris

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Two weeks ago I was at the iCEE.fest conference. I decided to go because it takes place in Bucharest where I’m based. Then the event mostly focuses on marketing and advertising although it’s promoted as a general tech conference. That’s perfect in my case, plus I know the owner and his great results over the […]

LTV Conf, May 2018, London

Published on 2018/05/16

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Last updated on 2018/05/17

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by Dejan Murko

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I love going to conferences in London because it is one of the rare cities I have a direct connection to. We were invited to this one and being a small SaaS conference with great speakers lined up it was a no-brainer. I only wrote notes for the two talks that impact our business the […]

SaaStock, September 2017, Dublin

Published on 2017/10/18

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Last updated on 2018/03/27

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by Dejan Murko

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This was one of my first conferences outside the Internet Marketing industry and I mostly went to it to expand my horizons and see what successful SaaS companies are doing. Coming from a bootstrapped and ROI-focused background, what struck me as strange was the definition of success (or at least a path to success) for […]