The excitement is building – only a few more days until The Market Research Event in Orlando. While you probably have a busy week planned, consider adding these items to your to-do list:

Bonus Time with Seth Godin, Keynote Presenter, Best Selling Author and Marketing Guru Directly after Seth Godin’s keynote on Monday, join Kumar Mehta, Blueocean Market Intelligence CEO, on stage at 2:15 PM for an exclusive Q&A session. Seth Godin is the author of 17 books that have been bestsellers around the world and have been translated into more than 35 languages. He writes about the post-industrial revolution, the way ideas spread, marketing, quitting, leadership and most of all, changing everything. Continuing to push the envelope and make waves in the marketing and publishing worlds, one of his latest endeavors, The Domino Project, completely excludes a traditional print publication for his book, Poke the Box.  Come pick the genius brain behind the man responsible for completely revolutionizing the way corporations approach consumers. Attendance will be limited to only 50 people.

Meet the Author: Godin Book Giveaway and Signing

During the Monday afternoon break, 600 copies of Seth’s new book “What To Do When It’s Your Turn” will be given away and you can meet him in person at the Blueocean Market Intelligence booth #412. This full-color book is an urgent call to do the work we’re hiding from, a manifesto about living with things that might not work and embracing tension when doing your art. Learn more >

And don’t forget…..

Live Demo of Revolutionary LiNK Platform

Stay after the book signing, or come back and visit us later, for a live demo of our LiNK platform, the industry’s ONLY end-to-end software platform enabling enterprises to “link” big data with primary market research.  Utilized by Fortune 500 and 1000 companies worldwide, LiNK aggregates primary market research data that is typically siloed and seamlessly connects it to other sources, enabling integrated data analysis across brands, product lines, languages and geographies. As a result, companies can extract more meaningful insights that lead to better business performance. Learn more >

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