January Dates Lead Up To Big Events in March

The new year starts with a string of January dates leading up to a few big events in March. Take a look at the full list of January and February dates near the bottom of the page. Larger events for March include: The AM Days Affiliate Management Days Conference, March 30, 2015 in San Francisco, California, and Icon 15, March 30, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona. See details on both of these larger events below.

To see a full list or to submit your own event, contest or award listing, visit the Small Business Events Calendar.

Featured Events, Contests and Awards

AM DAYS Affiliate Management Days ConferenceAM DAYS Affiliate Management Days Conference
March 30, 2015, San Francisco, Calif.

The Affiliate Management Days San Francisco 2015 conference is an event for marketing managers and those responsible for their company’s affiliate marketing strategy, management and operations. Whether you have an existing affiliate program or you’re creating a new initiative, AM Days provides insight into how others are successfully implementing and managing their affiliate programs. Receive 10 percent off a full conference registration with the discount code: SBIZSF15!

March 30, 2015, Phoenix, Ariz.

ICON is the signature small business event of Infusionsoft, for its customers, partners and in general, for passionate entrepreneurs, small business owners and industry experts to gather for three days of networking, education and inspiration. Over 4,000 are expected to attend in 2015.

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  1. I am seeing a lot of workshops. I guess it is the perfect way to start the year.

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