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from Ann Handley
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Springtime in Boston!

It's officially spring here in Boston, and you know what that means, right? Goodbye arctic temperatures and bulky coats. Hello sunshine, robins, and flip-flops. (And, personally speaking, hello sunnier mood, too.)

Spring also means that the much-anticipated MarketingProfs B2B Forum happens in Boston less than three weeks from now! And that's almost more thrilling than anything else, because the B2B Forum is one of those can't-miss events!

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This is the third year that the B2B Forum has been in my backyard, and this year promises to be the best ever. Does that sound "wicked conceited"? It's more observation than pure boast, really: Over the past three years, we've learned what works and what doesn't. What resonates for attendees and what falls a little flat.

And so, each year, we've carefully curated and pruned to give attendees the very best experience we can. This year is no exception!

I hope you'll considering joining us in a few weeks, on Boston's waterfront, for this amazing event. Check out the agenda here, or just jump right in and register!

PS: More about this next week... but here's a sneak peek at something pretty exciting! MarketingProfs University: Making school cool.

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