New York, NY, January 20, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Flightpath today announced that it is hosting a webinar on the most important Digital Trends in 2017 that companies need to know on Thursday, January 26 at 2 p.m. ET. Registration is free.
As one of New York City’s leading digital marketing agencies, Flightpath has conducted thorough research on trends that will continue to rise in 2017 that it believes all companies should pay attention to when developing their strategies for the coming year.
“It is continuously harder for brands to connect with buyers,” Jon Fox, president of Flightpath said. “The purpose of this webinar is to play a role in helping these brands to be successful in standing out amongst the avalanche of decision-making moments that customers face each day, and also to help them adapt to changing digital trends and evolving consumer behaviors.”
Looking ahead during this webinar will allow brands to prioritize projects and focus on what’s most important to remain relevant in an increasingly competitive market.
The webinar will be held on Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 2 p.m. ET, 11 a.m. PT. Those interested can register at this link: http://resources.flightpath.com/2017-digital-trends
The agency will host using GoToWebinar, so no software downloads will be necessary to attend.
A recording of the webinar will be posted to flightpath.com shortly after it’s hosted.
Flightpath is staffed by a diverse group of talent, from content strategists to user experience designers and editors, that builds platforms that can produce a superior user experience over a sustained period of time.
Founded in 1994, Flightpath is one of New York’s top digital marketing agencies. They have helped brands such as Merck Animal Health, Goya Foods, Minwax, Showtime, and the USGA with services such as web and mobile app design and development, social media, search engine optimization and email marketing. Flightpath has received multiple best in class awards for digital development including the IMA, Webaward, W3, and The Communicator Awards.