Mobile Tech Expo 2018 Brings Back Full Digital Marketing Education Track

The 17th Annual Mobile Tech Expo is an event that grows in scope each year, attracting restoration/repair mobile technicians from around the world to fine tune their skills, multiply their contacts and promote the industry. This year’s three-day event is happening January 26 through 28...

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The 17th Annual Mobile Tech Expo is an event that grows in scope each year, attracting restoration/repair mobile technicians from around the world to fine tune their skills, multiply their contacts and promote the industry.

This year’s three-day event is happening January 26 through 28 at the Caribe Royale in Orlando, Florida, encompassing education, networking, and informational displays exclusively for the automotive, marine and aviation Mobile Reconditioning (Recon) Industry.

Originated by Kevin Halewood, publisher of Detailer’s Digest and Mobile Tech Digest, the Mobile Tech Expo now welcomes an international following of thousands, with more than 175 vendor exhibition booths. The International Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) Olympics Is a popular highlight.

This year’s keynote talk will be delivered by master level detailer and trainer Renny Doyle who restores and preserves multi-million-dollar automobiles and aircraft, including the original Air Force One jet.

Friday, January 26, 2018 is the Mobile Tech Expo Education Day, a day-long event filled with seminars and workshops, featuring a rich schedule of Digital Marketing seminars by Martin Brossman & Associates LLC trainers Martin Brossman, Paul Apollonia and Robin Werling.

The team will focus on maximizing the use of Social Media marketing, understanding online review platforms and creating affordable paid digital ads that get measurable results. They will also explain simple ways to sell items online to extend the mobile tech income stream. With over 12 years of experience in small business marketing, the digital marketing expert team brings real world knowledge for gaining more clients and increasing lines of income.

“We love this expo because it is big enough to present a large range of topics and vendors but small enough that participants truly get time to talk to people and network,” Martin Brossman said. “This year we are offering expanded social media and online marketing training, thanks to enthusiastic participation that packed the room at the 2017 Expo. Because keeping up with the latest online marketing trends is a key to success, we focus on results-driven content with strategies and tactics for different levels of marketing budgets.”

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