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MuseumNext launches Museum Marketing Summit

We’re pleased to announce the addition of an exciting new event to the MuseumNext calendar. In February 2019 we’ll be holding our first MuseumNext Marketing Summit in Los Angeles.

MuseumNext is an international conference series on the future of museums, since 2009 we have visited the world’s cultural capitals sharing best practice today to shine a light on the museum of tomorrow.

The MuseumNext Marketing Summit will bring together those shaping the future of marketing in museums to discuss the tactics and tools which are allowing them to grow their audiences and increase their impact.

The event will take place on Monday, February 25th at the Line Hotel in Koreatown. Tucked between downtown and Holywood this unique venue is a haven for creative expression and your jump off for urban exploration.

While speakers for the event have not yet been announced, we have released a limited number of Super Super Early bird tickets for $170.

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MuseumNext founder Jim Richardson said, ‘Great marketing is essential to the modern museum. The MuseumNext Marketing Summit will give those marketing museums a fast paced event to share ideas, tactics, successes and challenges’.   

We have recently published a call for speakers for the event, and those working in museum marketing have until November 15th to submit a proposal to speak at the event.

We expect the MuseumNext Marketing Summit to attract an international audience of marketing leaders.

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