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About InOrbit 2016 – the Inbound Marketing Conference

The inOrbit 2016 is a one of a kind inbound marketing conference wherein you can soak up a lot of knowledge. This two-day conference will have twenty expert digital marketing professionals share their experience and knowledge with the participants. Open to five hundred seats, there is still time to register in case you haven’t already. However, it is advisable to do it as soon as possible because the event is just round the corner, i.e. on 10th and 11th March.

We live in the digital era, therefore if you are in business then you have got to be skilled at digital marketing in order to ensure that your company stays relevant. However, digital marketing is a tricky domain because the game keeps changing and you have to keep yourself constantly updated about the new trends and techniques. And what better way of doing this than to listen to the biggest, most talented and brightest experts in the digital industry? With big names such as Stefan Schnabl (Product Manager at Google), Anton Krasun (Business Development at Twitter), Carolin Jahn (Youtube specialist at Google), Ed Fry (General Manager at Inbound.org), Andraz Stalec (CEO at Red Orbit) and Peter Mesarec (Head of CEO at Red Orbit), you can rest assured that the conference would be an interesting and insightful one!

When it comes to an inbound marketing conference, the venue also matters because one would be travelling to a different location just to attend the seminar, therefore the location should be a good one. The location for inOrbit 2016 is one of the greenest capitals of Europe, Ljubljana. The conference itself will be held in Brdo Congress Centre which is a top conference facility located in Slovenia, about twenty minutes’ drive outside of Ljubljana. With fairytale-esque landscape and beautiful view of the Alps, the location is indeed a treat for the eyes and a great place to unwind when the conference is over.

InOrbit 2016 believes in the phrase ‘Work hard, party harder’, which is why there are evening parties arranged for both the days, after the conference is over. Drinks are free at the party and there will also be groovy music to dance to. Of course, you can also engage in some late night networking with the speakers themselves in the lounge area!

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