​Brafton's content marketing experts will attend SES New York on March 26th and 27th.

​Brafton will attend SES New York on Tuesday, March 26th and Wednesday, March 27th, at the New York Marriott Marquis. Attendees should visit booth 609 to speak with Brafton’s business development department on the latest content marketing trends.

This year’s SES New York will feature keynotes from today’s internet marketing leaders. Over the course of two days, speakers such as Google’s Account Executive for Business and Industrial Marketers Judith David; Bing’s Senior Program Manager Duane Forrester;​​ Twitter’s VP of Global Brand Strategy Joel Lunenfeld; Hill Holliday’s Senior VP and Director of Social Media Mike Proulx and Huge’s Director of Search and Inbound Marketing Andrew Delamarter will speak to the event’s audience.

Content is poised to be a hot topic among all conference speakers, and Brafton’s Head of Marketing Content & Communications, Katherine Griwert, will give a presentation on overcoming content challenges that kill your marketing ROI. You’ll find her in the expo hall theater on Tuesday, March 26 from 11:40 to noon.

Brafton’s team will also field questions about content marketing and how it must fit into any communications plan moving forward. Stop by booth 609 to speak with Business Development Executive Michelle Joseph and Business Development Team Leader Tyler Brewer.

Not attending? Griwert (@kgriwert) and Brafton’s Executive Marketing Writer Ted Karczewski (@TeddyHK) will also be on hand covering the event. Check Brafton’s site for live SES updates.

To follow the action, connect with SES New York on Twitter using the handle @SESConf, and tune in to social chatter with the hashtag #sesny. Follow Brafton’s coverage by following @Brafton.

Ted Karczewski is an Executive Communications Associate at Brafton. He works to develop his own voice and apply his passions to the evolving world of SEO and content marketing, but he doesn't shy away from writing for fun. After graduating from Suffolk University, Ted used his Communications degree to test out Sports Journalism before Marketing at Brafton.