Adobe Execs Want to Chat with You about Summit 2012!

On Thursday, February 16, at 10.30am PT we’ll host our first Twitter Q/A (often called a “Twitterview”) with Kevin Cochrane, vice president of product strategy and solution marketing at Adobe. Kevin is responsible for product strategy, product management and product marketing of Adobe CQ and the company’s Web Experience Management (WEM) solution.

Summit“, as its known by the legions of data geeks who make the trip to Salt Lake City each year, has obvious ties to the former Omniture suite of tools that now make-up Adobe Digital Marketing solutions.

This year, the scope of Adobe Summit has broadened, in part to now also include users of Adobe CQ and our WEM solution. These are content strategists, marketing campaign managers, web developers and architects, line of business managers across industries – and, more generally, digital marketers engaging customers/prospects to build brand and drive demand.

Do you fall in this category of marketers? Or wondering what there is at Adobe Summit for you? Maybe you have questions about how CQ and WEM solutions fit in with the rest of the Adobe Digital Marketing Suite? Or maybe you just want a few good reasons to justify to your manager that Summit is a must-attend event this year. If so, join us on Thursday.

Where?
Twitter
Follow Kevin Cochrane and use the hashtag #AdobeSummitQA to ask your questions and follow the conversation.

When?
Thursday, February 16, 2012, at 10.30am PT

How?
Any Twitter client will do, or simply go to Twitter.com and get a search going for #AdobeSummitQA to take part

Kevin’s Twitterview is just the first of the online chats we plan on doing as we head towards our March 20 go date in Salt Lake City. Other folks we expect to confirm include Brad Rencher, senior vice president, and Aseem Chandra, vice president of product marketing for the Digital Marketing business.

One Response to Adobe Execs Want to Chat with You about Summit 2012!

  1. Jonathan says:

    Anything planned to say to Arianna Huffington? :)