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Hundreds of your target companies attend conferences each year. Leverage conference intelligence to find them.

Find the conferences your target companies will attend

Search 3,000+ conferences by keyword, location, date, and target density to find high-leverage events.

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Attend the best conferences for sourcing

Filter participant companies by criteria like keyword, capital raised, headcount, and if they’re in your CRM.

Request intelligence on companies or conferences

Get verified data for target companies or conferences without hours of manually filling out spreadsheets and v-lookups.

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We used to spend a ton of time and resources tracking conferences, figuring out who would attend, and segmenting conference participants by headcount, financing, and growth characteristics. DataFox has eliminated all of the grunt work we used to do so we now have more time to focus on higher-level decision making.

Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons
Vice President at Vista Point Advisors

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Over 500 growth equity and investment banking professionals leverage DataFox conference intelligence.

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FROM THE BLOG

DataFox's Conference Explorer Boosts Account-Based Marketing

As conference season comes to a close, marketing budget planning for 2016 is underway. Data-driven B2B approaches have sparked the emergence of Account-Based Marketing (ABM) as a top priority for 2016. ABM uses data on existing accounts to identify new prospects and hunt target accounts as an organization rather than as individual leads.

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