BIA/Kelsey NOW | Seattle — Session Added: Avvo Aims for Legal Services Disruption

LeighMcMillan, CMO Of Avvo

tl;dr version: BIA/Kelsey NOW | Seattle will give you the connections and insights to build successful local, on-demand businesses. We’ll save you tens of thousands of dollars worth of time, research and undiscovered learnings one one day. Register today and save $100 with discount code “NOWMR“!

February 18th in Seattle. BIA/Kelsey will examine on-demand business models at NOW | Seattle. After the keynote, Seattle union legislation and brand sessions we announced last week, we’ll get down to business with a series of panels about the tools, strategies and partnerships that set the stage for local, on-demand success.

Kevin O'Keefe, CEO of LexBlogA new session has been added for the afternoon: One-to-One: Avvo Aims for Legal Services Business. It’s a one-to-one discussion between Leigh McMillan, CMO of on-demand legal services company Avvo, and top legal marketing expert Kevin O’Keefe, CEO of LexBlog, which provides thousands of law firms with blogging, professional networking and marketing services. They’ll talk about Avvo’s Advisor service, which allows attorneys to optimize their time, providing on-demand services during otherwise unbilled hours. It’s transforming how young attorneys build practice and providing consumers with affordable expert legal advice fast and at a lower price than traditional firms.

Here’s a sample of a related discussion, Part 2 of the BIA/Kelsey NEXT local on-demand sessions, which delves into some key opportunities for developers and marketers. Meagan Barbin of MightyBell, Matthew Cowan of BreezeWorks and Manoj Verma of Payability discuss the tools and employment models that their companies use in Local On-Demand:

Join us at BIA/Kelsey NOW | Seattle on Feb. 18th for a full day of ideas and business connections with the leaders in local on-demand. Use the discount code “NOWMR” to save $100 on registration.

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