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In Marketing We Trust Google GMP Partner Summit 2019

Last week, In Marketing We Trust attended Google’s Partner Summit in San Francisco. The Google Marketing Platform Partner Summit is an invite-only two-day conference, held each year in San Fran. As a leading Google Partner we’re first to know about the latest updates. We sent our Analytics Specialist, Benoit Weber to get all the insights.

Benoit Weber - San Francisco Google Partner Summit

In Marketing We Trust is a Leading Google Partner

The Google Partner accreditation is not just handed out to anyone. We went through a stringent application process whereby Google looked into our processes, depth of knowledge, number of qualified team members and client successes. We are now a leading Google Partner and your direct line to Google.

Basecamp to Summit - Google Marketing Platform Partner Summit 2019

Google Partner GMP Summit 2019

Conference summary: 2019 Google Partner Summit

During the Google Marketing Platform Partner Summit, we learnt that there are now 650 Partners across 60 countries. That may sound like a lot but being a GMP Partner is the highest accolade offered by Google. Learn more about our GMP Partner status here.

We work with the full suite of Google Marketing Platform products, including:

Google Marketing Platform Partner - In Marketing We TrustGoogle GMP Partner Summit 2019

At the GMP Summit, Google discussed industry trends, best practices and of course previewed their new products with the top Partner agencies. During the summit we talked to product managers and Google engineers about the latest Google products and updates.

Google Partner Summit 2019 - In Marketing We Trust

While unfortunately, we cannot share our insights from the summit directly with you, all our insights and knowledge from the event will greatly benefit our clients as we continue to work closely with the Google team.

Google Partner Summit 2019

Kirsten Tanner

Kirsten Tanner

Editor in Chief at In Marketing We Trust. Passionate about content marketing and dogs. Loves creating long-form, evergreen and 10x content. Is mentioned in Guy Kawasaki's latest book.

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