In the world of tech, there has been a lot of news about the rise of chatbots and why people should care. Picture yourself asking a chatbot on Facebook or Slack, “Remind me to schedule a tweet about our product launch” or “Tell me what keywords our #1 competitor is raking for.”
What’s crazy is these already exist, and the potential for new bots to change the way we work and live is enormous.
So, what does this mean for your job? For marketing and sales? For the industry as a whole, and how we communicate with prospects and customers? How will this change the way we work — and live?
You’re in luck: We’ve organized a live event on YouTube with HubSpot’s CTO, Co-founder, and builder of GrowthBot Dharmesh Shah, as well as Looker’s Colin Zima, and Slack’s Buster Benson. They’re teaming up to tackling these burning questions about bots, and how they’ll change our world of marketing and sales.
Help build the agenda here by upvoting the questions you’d like to hear, and tweet any additional questions using the hashtag #BotHangout!
- When: Tuesday September 20th 2 p.m. ET // 11 a.m. PT for one hour
- Where: YouTube Live
- Hashtag: #BotsHangout
Want to learn more about the current state (and future) of bots? Click here to save your seat for this live event.
Meet the Speakers
Dharmesh Shah, HubSpot
Dharmesh is Co-founder & CTO of HubSpot. Dharmesh also founded and writes for OnStartups.com — a top-ranking startup blog with more than 500,000 members.
Colin Zima, Looker
As Chief Analytics Officer and VP of Product, Colin employs data to drive better decision making across businesses of all sizes, including high-growth start-ups & large corporations.
Buster Benson, Slack
Buster Benson has 18 years of experience building products at various startups, Amazon, Twitter, and now Slack. Prior to Slack, he helped build Twitter’s analytics products & quick promote tool for small businesses.
Moderated by: Meghan Keaney Anderson, VP of Marketing, HubSpot
As Vice President of Marketing at HubSpot, Meghan leads the content, product marketing, and customer marketing teams. Together with her teams, she’s responsible for the company’s blogs, podcast, and overall content strategy, as well as the company’s product launch and customer demand campaigns.
from Marketing http://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/future-chatbots-marketing