Yahoo, xAd, Yext, Bing, ReachLocal & 25 Others Sponsoring LSA|15

Last week we highlighted some of the exciting speakers already booked for the 2015 LSA Conference in LA, April 20-22.  Today, we are pleased to share with you all the impressive companies that are helping bring this year’s event to life.

With still two months until LSA|15, we already have a total of 30 companies sponsoring and/or exhibiting at the event. As you can see from the graphic above, there is a solid mix of big names, up-and-comers and other exciting companies that all have an interest in the business of local.

With the expertise of these companies spanning everything from mobile to SEM to SMB marketing, the event will likely make for some interesting networking and conversations.  With the right people and a whole bunch of brain power in one room, we are working hard to make LSA|15 the place where ideas and partnerships are born.

One big way we are attracting a diverse group of sponsors and attendees is by offering dynamic and diverse speakers discussing tactical and timely topics. While the agenda is still coming together, the expected breakdown of topics is as follows:


Expo Hall tables and sponsorships for the event are going fast, but there are still some opportunities available. If you would like more info on how you can get involved, contact the following LSA staff:

Sponsorships: Val Onyski at (248) 244-0731

Expo Hall Tables: Terri Stabnick at (248) 244-0743

Also, the early bird rate for the event expires in just 9 days. Save $200 by registering today.

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