“Where’s Mike” Happy Fun Contest Winners

Quick follow up: The photo taken by David Meerman Scott during his great Jan. 6 BPMA presentation (see next post) reminded me of a “Where’s Waldo?” picture, so congratulations to Dan McCarthy and Howie Lyhte who took me up on my challenge to find me in that photo.  Since they both dropped me an email quite quickly (with my correct location), I declared them both winners.

For those of you playing at home, I am a couple of rows in front of the post holding my book with a thumbs-up.

Dan and Howie will receive David Meerman Scott’s new book we’re all holding up in the photo, Real-Time Marketing & PR, plus a great bonus book I will be reviewing here soon: How to be a Fierce Competitor by Jeffrey Fox. Enjoy, guys!

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I'm Mike Urbonas, a Boston area enterprise software product marketing professional. I have always been a strong believer in how enterprise information platforms, data analytics and business intelligence can help transform an organization. Of course, the effectiveness of these tools depend heavily on the competence of the business leaders and managers using them. My blog explores both of these key issues, along with my thoughts on being an effective, revenue-enabling product manager and marketer.

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