GoDaddy, U-Haul, The North Face, YP & More Confirmed for LSA|15

The 2015 LSA Conference in LA is still three months away (April 20-22). But the speaker lineup is rapidly taking shape. It will be a more dynamic and diverse mix of companies and speakers than in the past, reflecting LSA’s broader focus on digital.

We expect roughly 50 speakers from brands, vendors, agencies, publishers and other organizations in the business of local. In addition to hearing from LSA’s Greg Sterling and Neg Norton, here is a preliminary list of confirmed speakers:

  • Greg Crockart, CEO, North America, Candyspace Media
  • Joe Walsh, President and CEO, Dex Media
  • Tyler Bell, VP Product, Factual
  • David Kaplan, Managing Editor, GeoMarketing
  • Raj Mukherjee, SVP Product, GoDaddy
  • Andrew Shotland, Proprietor, Local SEO Guide
  • David Mihm, Director of Local Search Strategy, Moz
  • Victor Wong, CEO, PaperG
  • Lara Mehanna, GM US, VP Sales & Business Development, SONATA
  • Bill Dinan, President, Telmetrics
  • Michael Dalzell, Marketing Director, Wholesale & Direct to Consumer, The North Face
  • Elnora Cunningham, Director Local Search, U-Haul
  • Allison Checchi, CMO, YP
  • Luke Edson, SVP National Markets, YP

As we continue to fill in the agenda with more speakers, we will be sure to keep you posted of any developments on our Twitter feed. Also, before these main stage speakers, we will be presenting special, tactical workshops on April 20 with topics focused on sales, local search and mobile.

If you know you’re going to join us at LSA|15 in LA, make sure you register before February 20 and save $200. For more information on the event, click here.

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