The sponsorships are spoken for, registration is closed and Eloqua Experience is less than a week away. But some of you out there might be asking, “Who goes to Eloqua Experience?”
So we decided to answer that question by breaking down some of the data.
First off, we should note that this is poised to be the biggest Eloqua Experience yet. With more than 1,100 sales and marketing professionals expected on-site, over 40 educational track sessions and keynotes from best-selling author Chip Heath, Concur Executive Vice President Mike Hilton as well as top Eloqua executives, the allure of the event is obvious. But the following data points should clarify just how big it’s become.
As you can see, marketers from a wide rang of industries are represented at this year’s Eloqua Experience, from leading software providers to top financial services companies. It’s obvious a lot of diverse knowledge will be exchanged across many verticals.
Eloqua Experience 2011 also features a strong mix of public and private companies, including many multinational businesses to younger startups. In fact, more than 70 companies with market caps above $1 billion will be represented at the event.
Plenty of top executives, VPs, Marketing Managers, analysts and consultants will be in attendance as well. The result: You can expect a strong mix of high-level of inspiration and in-the-trenches best practices over three days.
Finally, this year’s conference includes 36 sponsors – the most to date! Here’s the list.
Salesforce.com eVariant Alinean DemandGen RelationshipOne Verticurl
Brainshark Cloud2U Couch & Associates Salesforce Data.com DemandBase
Dialogue MarketOne ON24 ReadyTalk SureShot Media 4ThoughtMarketing
Astadia Bluewolf Bulldog Solutions Catapult CRM Technologies Extraprise
GoodData Harte-Hanks Lift Agency Limelight Networks NetProspex Oceanos
ReachForce Televerde The Kern Organization Cvent ZoomInfo DemandGen Report
It’s going to be huge! Obviously, we can’t wait to see you there. Online registration is closed, but you can still register on-site. If you can’t make it out, you can catch the action on Twitter by following the #EE11SF hashtag. See you next week… comments powered by Disqus