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United Nations Director Elizabeth Nyamayaro, Academy-Award Winning Director Morgan Spurlock and author Chuck Klosterman highlight 16th annual MIMA Summit
MIMA is the oldest digital marketing group in the nation
Minneapolis, October 2, 2017: Celebrating its 16th year, the Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association is proud to present
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First, a better user experience. As of yesterday, we used two systems. If you ever noticed jumping to a different design when registering for an event, that’s why. By
By Bret Busse
MIMA is now offering two student scholarships to honor the legacies of Robin Carpenter and Jarrid Grams. I had the privilege of being close friends with Robin and Jarrid and am thrilled to see these scholarships come to life.
MIMA’s mission is to Inspire and Connect. These words
15th Annual Summit takes place Wednesday, Oct. 19 at the Hilton in downtown Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS – October 11, 2016 – Area digital marketers will focus on the intersection of data, content and design when the Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association (MIMA) Summit returns to the Minneapolis Hilton on Wednesday, Oct. 19.
October 19, 2016
T- 215 days, 22 hours, and 47 minutes till the big day… but who’s counting?
For a decade and a half, the MIMA Summit has brought together thousands of digital marketing thought leaders while inspiring and connecting the vibrant Twin Cities interactive marketing community. This year, we’re
MIMA strives to connect and inspire likeminded individuals in the digital marketing space. The MIMA community is the core of the inspiration and connection. It would be difficult to find a smarter, more talented and driven group of individuals. Attend any MIMA event, and it’s evident that this group is
About a year ago, we officially shut down the MIMA blog. What had once been a good resource and read for interactive marketers from across Minnesota, had started to die on the vine. With a decent amount of change at the board and committee levels last year, we just couldn’t