Postponing an event is a painful action.

There’s no doubt that any size of live event scheduled for this spring has no choice but to postpone or cancel due to travel, health and safety concerns around COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution, we postponed our Ag Marketing in the Digital Age event, moving it to July 14.

It wasn’t a difficult choice, but it was painful. We have been working on this first-year event since August and are certain it is needed and wanted. There is a knowledge gap in digital marketing and sales at every level of agriculture — publishers, agencies, brands and associations. It’s a gap that has widened over time and wastes real time and real money on poor planning and execution. The conference was built to close that gap, bringing some of the top minds together for a day to learn from each other while teaching everyone in attendance.

While the agenda was made up of the usual topical suspects — programmatic, content marketing, search, social, analytics and privacy — the must dos and must nots and the open Q&A on other topics would certainly have sparked serious conversation about the choices we all make.

As much as we believe in the event, we can see through the strong registrations that it is filling a need. As impressive as the contributor list is, the roster of attendees is equally powerful. It will be a great event to attend.

Maybe you couldn’t make the previous date. Maybe July 14 fits your schedule better. Hopefully by July, we’ll all be glad to be together to change how digital marketing and sales happens in agriculture.

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