July 19, 2006
CEO and founder of Elliance, Abu Noaman, will share his web site marketing expertise at the 2006 eduWeb Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Noaman’s presentation, titled “Increasing Student Applications with Web Strategies,” will take place on July 31, 2006 as part of the marketing track. Throughout this seminar, Noaman plans to reveal an innovative student recruitment strategy that increased the number of applicants to Carnegie Mellon’s pre-college enrollment program.
Established in 1999, the annual eduWeb Conference unites professionals from over 100 major universities, colleges, and creative marketing firms from across the nation. Past eduWeb conferences have provided attendees with innovative solutions to enhance their marketing experience.
As a speaker that is frequently engaged with colleges and universities, Noaman most recently presented at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District II Conference this past February and is scheduled to present at the American Marketing Association’s Annual Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education in November.
About Abu Noaman
Abu Noaman is a true American entrepreneur. From practically nothing, he catapulted Elliance, a leading eMarketing firm, to Inc. Magazine's list of the fastest growing companies located in America's inner cities. He has several years of experience sharing his SEO and eMarketing knowledge with a wide range of industries. Previously, he's presented at the Web Analytics Forum, the Pennsylvania Bankers Association and a number of advertising agency networks throughout the nation. Abu has also served on the board of directors for the Business Marketing Association.
Noaman attended Cornell University on a full scholarship and graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science. He later earned an M.B.A in Entrepreneurship and Marketing from Carnegie Mellon University.
Elliance, the creator of the ennect online marketing toolkit, is an eMarketing firm specializing in results-driven web site design and emarketing solutions. During its 12+ years in business, Elliance has worked with companies of all sizes, including Maps.com, Black Box, Mellon/Dreyfus, Diebold, Medrad, Carnegie Mellon University, Waterpik Technologies, Readers Digest and others.