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Confluence creative conference scheduled for Oct. 26 at Lyric Theatre

Members of Oklahoma's creative community will meet Oct. 26 for the Confluence conference.
by Adam Wilmoth Published: October 15, 2013

Bloggers, social marketers and others in Oklahoma's creative community will converge this month at Confluence, a conference for Oklahoma's digital influencers.

“Confluence is a space where people come and learn about how to do these things well, a community where people can meet each other, lead each other and learn from each other,” said David Christopher, Confluence founder and senior inbound marketing manager at OPUBCO Communications.

The conference will be Oct. 26 at Lyric Theatre in Oklahoma City.

>>Confluence Website: A conference for bloggers and digital influencers

Speakers include experts on branding, creativity, search engine optimization and using services such as Twitter and Pinterest as part of a marketing effort.

The conference will end with a social event from 5 p.m. to midnight.

“This is what it's really about,” Christopher said. “The speakers are important, but the community and audience are more important. The fact that these people only know a couple of the other people and don't all know each other is why an event like this is needed.”

#ConfluenceCon Confluence Website Confluence 2013 Speakers:

Kelly Beall - Design Crush

Ruth Burr -, Inbound Marketing Lead

David Christopher - OPUBCO, Senior Inbound Marketing Manager

Adam Croom - OU Director of Digital Courses, TEDxOKC Organizer

Erin and Tim Cooper - Cooper House Creative, Owners

Ryan Groves - Wishing Well, Director

Daniel Maloney - Tailwind, CEO

Ferris O’Brien - The Spy FM, Owner

Kyle Roberts - Reckless Abndnmnt Pictures

Kathleen Shannon - Braid Creative, Co-Owner

Royce Young - Daily Thunder, Owner

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by Adam Wilmoth
Energy Editor
Adam Wilmoth returned to The Oklahoman as energy editor in 2012 after working for four years in public relations. He previously spent seven years as a business reporter at The Oklahoman, including five years covering the state's energy sector....
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