Missed VendastaCon?

You can get exclusive lifetime access to all of the premium content – all the presentations, all the videos, all the slide decks, all the insights and tactics – to view and review at your convenience. 

Missed VendastaCon?

You can get exclusive lifetime access to all of the premium content – all the presentations, all the videos, all the slide decks, all the insights and tactics – to view and review at your convenience. 

#ConquerLocal

2018’s “Must-attend” Digital Marketing Conference

Be a Recurring Revenue Machine

VendastaCon is the must-attend conference of 2018, where companies who sell marketing solutions to local businesses will discover innovative strategies for achieving peak performance in local – right in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

A curated adventure in beautiful Banff, Canada – one of National Geographic’s top places to visit in the world – VendastaCon will deliver insights, strategies, networking and motivation to drive growth like never before.

Agency of the Future

The latest trends in local marketing and what agencies must become to win, revealed by industry-experts.

Generate More Recurring Revenue

Tactics to lead sales teams through transformation in selling MRR, and sell digital more effectively.

Transformation
War Stories

Stories from experienced leaders who are successfully transforming large, traditional media companies.

Agency Hero’s
Journey

How smaller, leaner marketing agencies are growing fast and taking names in local.

Standing Out
in the Crowd

Methods to more effectively connect with busy local business owners

Eliminating Churn

Fulfillment and quarterback strategies to prove performance, keep clients happy, and eliminate churn.

Step into the Cloud

How every company can become a cloud-solution provider and generate new monthly-recurring revenue streams.

Growth Recipes

Playbooks for increasing sales, decreasing costs, and driving huge growth in 2018.

Get Earlybird Access to VendastaCon 2019!

April 3-5, 2018 | Banff, Canada

#ConquerLocal