Rooster Strategic Solutions’ upcoming ag-focused digital conference, Ag Marketing in the Digital Age (AMIDA), is being postponed due to health and travel concerns associated with coronavirus (COVID-19).
Originally scheduled for March 24 at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown St. Louis, the conference will now be held later this summer at the same location. The specific replacement date will be announced soon. All registrations made to date will be honored for the rescheduled event.
“We are rescheduling AMIDA out of an abundance of caution to minimize the risk to our attendees and presenters,” says Josh Turney, Rooster founder and CEO. “While we apologize if the rescheduling causes any inconvenience, we feel we are making the right decision for addressing this critical health issue currently facing our nation and industry.”
The one-day event will cover various aspects of digital marketing with a real-world approach designed to arm attendees with the knowledge needed to better plan and execute digital marketing programs. Planned subject matter includes data, programmatic, content marketing, voice technology, search, social media, reporting and analytics, email marketing and a look at the next generation of cutting-edge digital tools.
Registration remains open, and the cost to participate is $299. Register at this address: https://www.roosterstrategy.com/ag-marketing-in-the-digital-age/
Rooster Strategic Solutions is a consultancy firm serving companies in food and agriculture. Based in Clinton, Ill., the firm has satellite offices in Kansas, Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, Georgia and Tennessee.