With the increasing spread of the Coronavirus nationwide, colleges and universities are balancing the demands of a competitive admissions landscape and yield season with the safety and well-being of their prospective students and families and that of their own campus community. That leaves institutions with a very big question… Do we cancel our spring events? […]
If you’ll be at the AMA Symposium for Higher Ed 2015 in Chicago, IL, don’t miss Boston College’s presentation, Wicked Smaht Mahketing: The Boston College MBA Becomes Iconic.
You may have heard that CCA returned to HubSpot’s annual marketing conference, INBOUND, at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center this year. With more than 14,000 marketing pros in attendance, it’s safe to say that it’s a conference like none other (especially for first-time INBOUNDers like myself). If you didn’t make it to this year’s event, or just want to jog your memory, here are five things I think are worth repeating.
This week, thousands of marketers, writers, designers, and data analysts will descend upon the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center for HubSpot’s annual inbound marketing summit, INBOUND. Aside from the obvious—an excuse to visit Beantown, the promise of 20+ food trucks to choose from for lunch, and the chance to see Amy Schumer in all her comedic glory—there are a lot of reasons CCA is returning to INBOUND with more of us than last year.