Atlanta 2013

The Atlanta 2013 event was a great success thanks to our organizers, sponsors, speakers and of course you! Check out what people had to say about the Atlanta event:


    • "meet new sales and marketing folks in this unique environment" - BridgeGroupInc

    • Craig HydeFounder of Rigor

      "Love the UnConference style -- creates real engagement between the presentations and the presenters. "

    • John from Accelereyes

      B2BCamp was simply awesome. It was especially beneficial for me, because I don't come from a sales and marketing background. B2BCamp is a great way for engineers to get a crash course in latest B2B sales and marketing techniques.

    • saw7777

      This conference was great because I got to meet so many people who are not in my biotech field and learn about these marketing strategies.  I felt like I understood the process much better after attending.

    • Frank Borovsky

      Democratic learning:  sessions are flexible/interactive;  participants as likely to contribute as the presenters;  the vibe is casual, cool and upbeat; one of the best ways to spend a Saturday as I can imagine.

    • Jeff from

      Been two years in a row and both times I've left super pumped that I went. Gets me motivated to try a bunch of new cool things in the work I do - gotta love a conference that makes you excited/rejuvenated to go back to work.

    • opportunityandsuccess

      Fantastic. I thoroughly enjoyed the relaxed nature of the event but the quality of the material presented made it one of the best learning events I have ever attended.


      B2BCamp was awesome - well organized, great speakers, and a great crowd to network and learn from!

    • Jamie Davenport from

      Relaxed and positive ... something I do for me and my particular interests around B2B marketing

    • jbyrd from

      B2BCamp is a great place to brainstorm with other sales and marketing professionals, trade tips and tricks and stay on top of the latest technology and techniques that are working to grow your business.

    • Brani from Cassius Blue consulting

      B2BCamp was extremely collaborative among participants. I overheard lots of conversations where business owners were sharing resources and answering questions.

    • Brandy Nagel

      Had a great time. Learned. Shared. Networked. Best way to spend a Saturday

    • levelblend

      "it was what i called an organic experience...happening in the choosing timely and relevant subject matters, you felt your time was well invested in areas that would make a difference in the business challenges you were facing...the speakers were so intelligent, creative and accessible which allowed me to ask them questions...they seem happy to share their knowledge with me as well... the other thing that i liked about it was that it allowed me to become part of the unconference from my own knowledge level and begin building from that point...i did not feel lost and i knew so much more than i did when i left the unconference...a fantastic way to do b2b development..."

    • Marie Jung

      "Very insightful. Trend setting & informative. "

    • Serge Van Steenkiste

      The informal atmosphere of the B2BCamp is conducive to both learning and networking opportunities. Corporate sponsorship which makes this event for free is a key value proposition....too many companies do not want to pay for training. Therefore, it is up to us to be responsible for our development...

    • ld from inklusionpr

      I thought the format gave it an air of energy that conferences sometimes lack. It certainly kept you on your toes. Made great contacts - possible client, 2 vendors I am following up with, and a potential sponsor for a conference I am a part of. Well worth it.

    • Suzy Matus from Pardot

      What a great conference! I came away with so much actionable strategy and tactical advice from fellow B2B marketers, and the unconference format meant that all of the sessions I attended were ones I actually WANTED to hear.

    • Jordan Fox

      I had a great time!  I met lots of new people and learned a lot in the sessions.  Well worth my time.

    • Garrin

      "Overall, I really enjoyed it. The ""Prospecting Hacks for Sales Reps"" workshop made the entire day worth it. I learned some very useful tips in this workshop that I spent an hour or so showing another co-worker this morning. The information about exporting LinkedIn data via Google and the tip about navigating voicemail systems when making cold calls was very practical, info I intend to use again and again. "

    • Chan Chris

      Great ways to network, hear good content from people in the Atlanta community.

    • Ken from

      Top thought leaders in field share tips and best practices.

    • Sara Row

      I work in a support position for Sales, and this was a valuable peek into what our Sales team could do beyond the basics with all the information we collect, without needing to add a bunch of admin staff or more marketing people. I came away with not just ideas, but business cases and actual examples - why do these things? Because we'll get A, B and C, using the tools and info we already have.

    • Scott Miller

      David Cummings was inspirational

    • djorban

      A wonderful day of networking, learning and sharing.  A great way to spend a Saturday with like-minded individuals who enjoy learning, teaching, and growing.

    • Geoffrey Bell from salesfusion

      Very engaging and easy to speak with presenters and vendors.  I love the pitch idea, and had I known the format, I could have easily made a pitch as well.  Food was god and the B2B guys were extremely nice and approachable.  Each break-out session was interesting as well!  I Will be returning!

    • David Moeller

      Well-run, well-attended, well-financed. The best conference I've attended in ATL.

    • jh788c

      The caliber of the Keynote Speaker and Presenters was exceptional. The content was highly relevant - and all encompassing of the MAP universe. More importantly - I walked away with several action items that I know will make a difference in how I do business - tomorrow!

    • brook from

      I learned more than I imagined. It was information that will change the way I do a lot of things going forward. It kinda gave me a reboot and motivation to work even harder!

    • Jon from

      Eclectic & unexpected.  The mix of attendees is awesome & breadth of talks & presentations yielded a great variety of new info, ideas & strategies.  Not to mention good old fashioned networking!  STILL STOKED DAYS LATER!

    • jbell from brightwavemarketing

      Great environment to network and learn with Atlanta's B2B community - good content, good people, good ideas.

    • matsonrpm

      Enjoyable, educational, enlightening.

    • eric from abeo

      B2BCamp was great because it force to me prepare and hone my message, even if I didn't present. That brings values to everyone that participates.



 Auditorium A B C
9:45a Keynote – David Cummings
10:30a CAMP35 – 10.5 Advanced Tips for Demand Generation, Stuff I Promise You Don’t Know! CAMP26 – 10 Ways Search Marketing for B2B is Different – How to Maximize Results CAMP1 – From Content to Customer: How to Generate Demand with Content Marketing CAMP13 – Video Marketing Unleashed: Getting from Painful to Professional (workshop – no presentation)
11:20a CAMP22 – The Fine Line of Automation (Townhall – no presentation) CAMP2 – Proactive vs. Reactive: What’s the Balance? CAMP17 – Buyer Marketing: Accelerating Buyer Adoption in Your Complex Markets (workshop – no presentation) CAMP21 – Inbound Marketing Techniques for Personal Branding
12:05p Lunch
12:45p #3 Rated Session!CAMP15 – How to Read People Like a World Series of Poker Champion #2 Rated Session!CAMP33 – Panel Interview with 3 New Age Tech Savvy Sales Players (panel) CAMP27 – Strategic Snooping: Using Social Media to Check Up on Clients and Competitors CAMP20 – Everyone Should Give A Hoot! (no presentaiton)  HootSuite
1:35p #1 RATED SESSION!! CAMP29 – Prospecting Hacks for Sales Reps CAMP12 – Content Marketing: Leveraging LinkedIn to Drive Leads, Raise Awareness (roundtable – no presentation) CAMP30 – Using WordPress As A Launchpad (no presentation) – WordPress CAMP24 – Offering SEO Services to Your Clients: The Opportunities and Challenges
2:20p Break
2:35p CAMP5 – Killing it with Marketing Partnerships CAMP4 – Not a Developer? Not a Problem! Agile Principles for Sales Professionals CAMP7 – The Ideal Social Drip Strategy (Panel – no presentation) CAMP31 – Are Your Skills Keeping Up With the Pace of Technology? (panel)
3:20p Closing
4:00p End


GTRI Conference Center, Atlanta GA

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