Julian Toledo from Google, Terry Zink from Microsoft, Lili Crowley from AOL, and SparkPost’s CEO Phillip Merrick to Speak at the SparkPost European Customer Forum
SparkPost, the leading email API provider that helps organizations improve email deliverability and customer satisfaction, announced the speakers for its European Customer Forum 2018 (ECF18). The immersive event, which will be held in Europe for the first time, takes place on 3 May, in London.
Sparkpost’s platform delivers any application’s emails on time and to the inbox, with the performance, deliverability, flexibility, and analytics product development teams need to drive customer engagement and growth.
The forum’s comprehensive agenda features Julian Toledo from Google and Antony Malone from Booking.com, who together will discuss how Google’s new Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) enables developers to create more engaging and actionable email experiences. Terry Zink from Microsoft will present developments to SmartScreen filtering and the new BIMI project, while Lili Crowley from AOL will share news on the merger between AOL, Yahoo! and Verizon. A host of prominent speakers includes key industry representatives, regulatory compliance experts, and SparkPost’s CEO, Phillip Merrick.
The agenda also covers technology updates, success stories, market insights, roundtables and open discussions.
Greg Lee, Director, International Markets at SparkPost, said,”This is not just another business gathering. Our goal is to provide a setting for progressive discussions and insightful debates, in a highly engaging forum.”
Greg added, “We are excited that so many influential people have committed to speak at ECF18 and look forward to welcoming them to London.”
Participation in SparkPost’s European Customer Forum is by invitation only. SparkPost customers who have registered to participate include Booking.com, Capital One, Intercom, Southbank Investment Research, TalkTalk and Waterstones Bookstores.
Currently, SparkPost is the world’s #1 email delivery provider. Their customers—including Pinterest, Twitter, Intercom, LinkedIn, Zillow, and Comcast—send over 3 trillion messages a year, more than 25% of the world’s non-spam email.
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