- Published in Industry Insights
We're still coming down from the high of the excitement at our first-ever B2B Sales & Marketing Exchange at the Encore Boston Harbor resort last week. With so much great content under one (very fancy) roof, there was no shortage of actionable advice and quotes-to-live-by to bring back to the office.
In case you missed out on the fun, we've rounded up some of the best quotes, one-liners and takeaways from #B2BSMX from our esteemed speakers.
It’s been an exciting time for B2B technology companies, as more vendors and startups secure funding to expand and enhance their offerings.
The month of June brought in a heat wave of M&A activity in the software/technology category, and the megadeals that took place could point to future deals more directly impacting the martech and salestech categories.
Sixty-one percent of marketers say their enterprise organization is extremely or very committed to content marketing. Yet, only 24% rate their proficiency in content marketing technology as “advanced” or “expert,” according to new research from the Content Marketing Institute.
As we look at the most important martech trends for the New Year, one thing becomes evident, and it’s no surprise: spend on martech is increasing.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, but there is still a lot to be thankful for as we move into the holiday season and prep for the New Year. Tech stacks, in particular, have been the saving grace for many B2B marketers — positioning them to automate aspects of their buyer’s journey, personalize engagement and scale their teams’ efforts.
The B2B marketplace has been in an ABM renaissance, if you will, for the past several years. The ad tech space, in particular, has seen itself homing in on account-focused offerings to help organizations get in front of the right stakeholders at target accounts — where and when they need to engage.
Every year, the marketing technology landscape continues to grow and expand with new solutions and technologies designed to help B2B marketers do their jobs better. In 2018, Scott Brinker’s Martech Landscape “Supergraphic” showed 6,829 marketing technologies on the market — a 27% growth compared to 2017.