• Paul College UNH Digital

    Marketing Symposium
    Friday, October 11th, 2019

    • Join us at UNH's premier digital marketing conference (Now in its 5th year!)
    • Network with over 300 digital marketing professionals, faculty, students, and alumni.
    • Get cutting-edge insights from leading companies like HubSpot, New Balance, PixelMEDIA, Hill Holliday, Skyword, Wistia, Sentient and more.
    • Let Paul College support you and your business. Our $79 early bird ticket includes complimentary event-day parking, conference lunch, and access to presentation slides and videos.


  • Win a free ticket to the Symposium!

    We will holding a drawing for one free ticket each week leading up to our event on October 11th.

    Already registered / thinking about registering to secure your seat at the Symposium? No problem: If your name is drawn, we will simply issue you a refund so you can attend the conference for free.


  • UNH students: Register here!

    Current UNH students can attend the Symposium for free.

    Click the button below to set up your account and sign up for the event.

  • So, why are your tickets so affordable?


    Great question, glad you asked! Here is the reasoning behind our $79 super early bird price.


    As part of New Hampshire's flagship state university, Paul College has a strong commitment to serving area businesses of all sizes throughout the Granite State. Our low ticket prices mean that even the smallest companies can benefit from the symposium and that more established companies can afford to send a small team to the event to get new insights and refresh their digital marketing skills. This is one of our favorite annual events and this is all part of our mission to "embrace New Hampshire", and support businesses in the Granite State.

  • Wait, is this the same thing as the UNH Digital Marketing Conference?


    Another great question! Nope, that is actually a completely different event sponsored by a different group (i.e., UNH Professional Development and Training). That group is not associated with Paul College but each spring it offers its own one-day digital marketing event held on the UNH campus. Info about the UNH Digital Marketing Conference can be found at https://training.unh.edu/UNHDMC.

  • Ready to register?

    Click the button below to secure your $79 early bird ticket price.

  • What sets the Symposium apart?

    • The Digital Marketing Symposium is run as a service to area businesses, not as a profit center. This keeps our prices low and means that businesses of all sizes can spend the day with us and get insights from leading companies like HubSpot, PixelMEDIA, Skyword, and Sentient. Other 1-day conferences in the area  cost three to five times more to attend than DMS 2019.
    • The Digital Marketing Symposium is the oldest digital marketing conference at UNH and is run by an AACSB accredited business school. Our passionate alumni network and our faculty's strong ties to area digital marketing firms ensure that there are always excellent presentations and outstanding professional networking opportunities at the symposium.
    • Interested in freshening up your email / social / SEO campaigns? DMS 2019 can connect you with our student body of digital natives, who can help you solve your problems as interns, full-time hires, or consultants.



  • Want to secure your seat?

    Click the button below to register and lock in your $79 super early bird ticket price.

  • Outstanding speakers,

    amazing insights

    We will be providing more details about this year's sessions via a series of upcoming Speaker Spotlights. In the meantime, here is an overview of the fantastic presentations that we will have at DMS 2019.

    • Local Search (HubSpot)
    • Digital Marketing for the perennially outspent (New Balance)
    • Video on a shoestring budget (Wistia)
    • Content marketing (Skyword)
    • The changing agency landscape (Hill Holliday)
    • Becoming a better marketer (Silvercloud)
    • Digital Marketing Work Hacks (Panel Discussion)
    • Digital Behavioral Science (Sentient)

  • 2019 Symposium Agenda

    Please note that this year, all symposium sessions will take place in the Memorial

    Union Building (MUB) Granite State Room.


    8:00 AM

    Memorial Union Building (MUB): Granite State Room

    Opening Remarks

    8:45-9:00 AM

    Memorial Union Building (MUB): Granite State Room

    Kelsey Smith, HubSpot

    9:00-9:30 AM

    Taking local search to the next level

    DJ Haskins, SilverCloud

    9:30-10:00 AM

    Five things you can start doing today to be a better marketer

    Devin Cowhig, Voice Z Digital

    10:00-10:30 AM

    Introducing Voice Z: Paul College's student-run digital marketing agency

    Morning Networking Break

    10:30-11:00 AM

    Coffee, Networking, and Exhibitor Tables

    Ian Fitzpatrick, New Balance

    11:00-11:30 AM

    Blowing Up: Rethinking digital conventions for the perennially outspent

    DJ Haskins, SilverCloud (moderator)

    11:30 AM-12:00 PM

    Here's my hack! Front line tips to try on Monday morning: Show-and-tell session with SilverCloud, PixelMEDIA, and The Modern Butcher

    Mike Topitzer, Wistia

    12:00-12:30 PM

    Make them count: Prioritizing video projects on a shoestring budget

    Managers Lunch (lunch ticket holders)

    12:30-1:45 PM

    Andrew Wheeler, Skyword

    1:45-2:15 PM​

    Navigating the new world of content marketing

    Mike Proulx, Hill Holliday

    2:15-2:45 PM

    Evolve or get left behind: Advertising in 2020 and beyond

    Aaron Reid, Sentient Decision Science

    2:45-3:15 PM

    Influence in under a second: The new science of persuasion

    Closing Remarks

    3:15-3:30 PM

  • Thank you to our generous 2019 sponsors!


    Gold Level Sponsor

    Sentient Decision Science

    Gold Level Sponsor

    Vital Design

    Silver Level Sponsor


    Silver Level Sponsor

    UNH Women in Business

    Silver Level Sponsor

  • The 2019 Paul College UNH Digital Marketing Symposium is made possible by our corporate sponsors, attendance revenue, and generous funding from the Peter T. Paul Innovation Fund.