“Legal marketing is undergoing some huge changes at the moment, especially when it comes to managing content and communicating effectively with clients and prospects."
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) August 25, 2015
The conference, hosted by the Legal Marketing Association, boasts three pre-conference workshops and an agenda packed full of programs tackling everything from how to make your website stand out, to deconstructing client feedback. There’s even a QuickStart program for legal marketers with less than five years of experience.
“Legal marketing is undergoing some huge changes at the moment, especially when it comes to managing content and communicating effectively with clients and prospects,” says Ray Meiring, CEO of Qorus Software.
“We’re getting a lot of traction in the sector as legal marketers look for better, more intuitive ways to manage their content and pitch processes.”
Qorus counts law firms Kramer Levin, Keoghs and Seyfarth Shaw among its clients, and will be demonstrating how its software, Qorus Breeze Proposals, is helping law firms maintain control over the huge content volumes they manage on a daily basis.