Keap Announces ikon 2022 To Help Entrepreneurs Power On

Entrepreneurs / 10th October 2022

Keap, the leader in sales and marketing automation software for small businesses, has announced the speaker lineup for ikon 2022, the company’s annual conference designed to help entrepreneurs to “Keap” growing their businesses. The conference will be held virtually, Oct. 27-28, with the first keynote speaker, Clate Mask, CEO and co-founder at Keap, beginning at 8:30 a.m. This year’s event will give attendees the opportunity to learn how to optimize their business, sales and marketing goals with proven strategies from small business experts.

“This year’s conference will focus on helping attendees to reenergize the skills they need to continue to make their business successful,” said Clate Mask, co-founder and CEO of Keap. “ikon is a great event to learn from experts, connect with like-minded entrepreneurs and network. We are excited to be able to host an event that allows small business owners to not only continue to strengthen their business but also strengthen their communities and the economy.”

Additional keynote speakers include:

Keap experts, product leaders, and certified partners will advise attendees how to power on through these current economic times. The purpose is to help entrepreneurs understand the potential of utilizing lifecycle automation strategies in new and strategic ways to collect leads, convert prospects into clients, and keep those clients. ikon 2022 will provide learning opportunities for marketers of all levels with day 1 focusing on vision setting and day two on taking action.

The 18 available tracks will include valuable insights including:

  • Keap product training
  • Building an ideal customer journey with automation
  • Inspirational keynotes
  • Virtual networking

To register or learn more about Ikon 2022 visit: https://hopin.com/events/ikon/registration

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