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3 Ways to Speed Up Your Marketing Review and Approval Process

September 8, 2016


You got into marketing to create brilliant campaigns and content, not to chase edits and approvals. But research has shown nearly 30% of a marketer’s day can be consumed with email and other administrative tasks. In this webinar, the experts at Workfront will show you how to speed up your review and approval process for faster delivery, more satisfied customers, and a happier workforce.

Join us for an informative look at how a better approval process can help you:

  • Get your content to market more than 50% faster
  • Enjoy full visibility into the status of every reviewer
  • Never miss a key stakeholder again

About the presenters

Danielle HowardEducation Specialist, Workfront

Richard Whitehead

Danielle Howard came to the high-tech industry from an education background, where she taught mathematics and physical education to middle schoolers for nearly four years. She then transitioned to the corporate world at Workfront, where she spent some time doing extensive research into the work lives and workflows of marketers and advertisers. Since then, she’s had roles in Customer Education, where she was project manager for a complete course curriculum overhaul, and Customer Consulting, helping customers have successful software implementations. Now, Danielle works as a Sales Engineer and product expert for marketing and IT audiences. Danielle has a passion for teaching and public speaking, and in her spare time, enjoys the beach, watching reality television, going on cruises, and playing soccer.

Melanie ZimmermanCreative Manager, Integrated Merchandising Systems Canada

Richard Whitehead

After studying Visual Merchandising, Melanie worked in various positions in the retail world for several years. She then took that experience to a head office position, and then onto a role designing signage, fixtures, and décor for retail environments. From there she worked in a marketing position for a couple years, before landing at IMS (Integrated Merchandising Systems) as the Creative Manager for the Canadian business, leading a team of designers focused on signage and POP.

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