MailCon to Address Deliverability Issues Impacting Email Marketers During July 28 Conference in New York

Published on: May 29, 2024

Last updated on: June 4, 2024

MailCon is returning for a one-day conference at Convene in Times Square, New York on July 28, highlighted by an all-star lineup of speakers, panel discussions, networking opportunities, unique activations, and much more.

MailCon is the largest in-person gathering and conference for email marketers owned and operated by performance marketing automation software company Phonexa

The latest MailCon conference arrives during a pivotal period due to the deliverability issues plaguing mailers, performance marketers, affiliate marketers, and lead generators.

Adapting to technology and automation advances has been challenging for some businesses to stay ahead of the curve, especially due to Gmail and Yahoo’s new bulk email sender requirements. 

Additional hot topics for discussion at MailCon this summer will be the evolving data privacy regulations and marketing compliance standards and how generative AI is causing concern while also opening untapped opportunities, among other key trends shaping the future of email marketing.

“We work very hard to source speakers who work in the trenches and are proven inbox experts to come to MailCon and share the best deliverability strategies and hacks,” said Kristen Haines, MailCon CEO and Phonexa Chief Events Officer. “Our key focus is to offer attendees new insights to improve their email marketing performance, all while giving them a community to create impactful connections to grow their businesses.” 

MailCon assembles a diverse group of email marketing influencers. Nearly 6,000 mailers, affiliates, advertisers, and networks have attended MailCon since its inception, and 70% of event attendees are directors and C-level marketing decision-makers. 

The jam-packed MailCon in Manhattan will feature an exhibit hall, day-long breakout sessions, as well as a breakfast, lunch, and cocktail reception. 

Speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors for this year’s event will be represented by LeadsGate, Ziff Davis (Campaigner), Dot818, Contact Consumers, Zero Bounce, Get Response, Optizmo, Addicted Affiliate, and All in One Email, among many others.

MailCon will also be taking place during a tentpole time for affiliate marketers. 

MailCon is the Title Sponsor of the Affy Awards. The gala is set to take place on the evening of July 28 after the MailCon cocktail reception concludes. Get Affy Award tickets here

MailCon is also a Partner and Gold Sponsor of Addicted Affiliate’s Mailer Meetup on July 29. Approved active mailers from the meetup will receive a free ticket to attend MailCon. Get Mailer Meetup tickets here and contact us at [email protected] to apply for a free ticket to MailCon.

Additionally, the adjacent Affiliate Summit East will be held nearby in Times Square from July 29 to 30. The MailCon team and executives from MailCon’s parent company, Phonexa will attend ASE.

“The state of email is always evolving, and email marketers often face significant challenges adapting,” said Phonexa CMO Talar Malakian. “MailCon New York 2024 aims to bring together the top experts to help mailers find the best solutions and strategies to overcome these challenges and grow their business.”  

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Owned and operated by Phonexa, MailCon is a global community that connects marketing professionals with the latest technology, trends, and strategies in email marketing, marketing automation, mobile and omnichannel marketing. Our fantastic team of content writers contribute to this blog with inspiration from the incredible community of marketers we are privileged to host.


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