"Facebook Announces Some Speakers for 2016 Global Partner Summit "

| October 11, 2016

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Facebook previewed its 2016 Global Partner Summit, which is being held Oct. 18 and 19 in San Francisco.

Speakers on the first day will include:

Vice president of partnerships Blake Chandlee will kick things off and introduce the event.
Head of global marketing communications Heather Freeland will discuss connections that count.
VP of business and marketing partnerships David Fischer will examine the latest business trends that matter for Facebook Marketing Partners.
Facebook said in a blog post that day one will focus on the social network’s product roadmap, while day two will feature three different tracks.

The Spotlight Innovator of the Year will also be revealed at the 2016 Global Partner Summit.

Several sessions will be livestreamed via Facebook Live on the Facebook Marketing Partners page, and when the event is over, all sessions will be posted on the Facebook Marketing Partners site.

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