See what went on at THE Marketing Compliance Conference of the year on June 10, 2015 at The Standard in NYC.
John, founder of The Princeton Review, 2U, and most recently The Noodle Companies, is an educational entrepreneur with a passion for leading the transformation of higher education. His companies are mission-driven with compelling cultures and a focus on great outcomes for students.
Hear what the best and the brightest in the industry had to say in this recap of the various sessions, panels, and special presentations throughout the day.
Learn from social media, RTB display, content marketing, and search experts how brand safety and compliance are addressed in all of these highly dynamic channels of customer acquisition.
PerformLine CEO & Founder Alex Baydin kicks off with his story on the growth of PerformLine over the past 7 years and the evolution of marketing compliance.
PerformLine Head of Product Keith Christoffers and special guest John L'Heureux of Barclaycard showcase exciting new technologies and applications within the PerformMatch platform that promote risk analytics and remediation workflow.
In today’s hyper-connected world, marketing compliance has taken on a new urgency in light of the many regulations and settlements obtained by the CFPB, FTC, FCC, and DoE, just to name a few. Learn from the industry’s top legal experts, regulators, and marketers about lessons learned from recent enforcement actions and take-aways that you can use to protect your brand.
Get a behind the scenes look at how PerformMatch Contact Center Monitoring works and, more specifically, how we work together to custom-tweak our system to perform optimally for clients.
Enjoy a candid discussion between PerformLine CEO Alex Baydin and David Jakubowski, one of Ad Tech’s most influential executives from Facebook. David is making headlines as he morphs Facebook from a social network to a mobile and data-focused ad network and server. As the brains behind the transformation, David is leading the change "to move the industry toward people-based marketing."
"COMPLY2015 was a really interesting conference. It’s like this intersection of marketing and compliance, and there were a lot of different topics discussed that apply to what we actually do in our day to day."
"I thought COMPLY2015 was a fantastic event; Higher Ed Growth was happy to be there and equally happy to sponsor. The agenda was extremely relevant and timely to all aspects of our industry."
"It’s wonderful to see PerformLine getting like-minded folks together and talking about issues that are related to what they do. I can’t wait to see how much bigger and better next year’s event will be!"