Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association

Marketing has never been more far reaching and demanding than it is today. Together, we take on those challenges and unlock bold possibilities in our community.

We've been around the block. MIMA is the oldest interactive marketing association in the country. Our goal is to provide content that is pertinent, valuable, and insightful to the community and help our members inspire and connect.


Upcoming Events

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6 December
2016 MIMA Holiday Party
17:30 - 21:00 Solar Arts


MIMA’s October Coffee & Case Studies Recap

By: Gina Micek
MIMA’s October Coffee & Case Studies took place Wednesday 26th, 2016 at Antenna. 
Preston Kelly VP Creative Director, Peter Tressel, presented Case Study 1: “Humanizing Healthcare” The team was recognized as a Webby Award Finalist in 2015 for their work constructing a user friendly information portal for

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Summit Speaker Spotlight: Jeff Sauer on Competitive Analysis for Marketing Budgets

If you’ve ever tried to get a marketing budget or project approved, you’ve probably experienced some challenges and pushback from your CFO when it comes to pioneering new channels or tools. Seasoned marketing and analytics pro Jeff Sauer has learned the fastest path to an approval is to bring

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MIMA Summit to Help Digital Marketers Connect Data, Content & Design

15th Annual Summit takes place Wednesday, Oct. 19 at the Hilton in downtown Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS – October 11, 2016 – Area digital marketers will focus on the intersection of data, content and design when the Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association (MIMA) Summit returns to the Minneapolis Hilton on Wednesday, Oct. 19.

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Storyscaping: The Power of Stories Lived Versus Stories Told

It’s not often that a speaker walks the MIMA stage clutching an American Girl Doll, but for Wednesday’s presenter Darren (Daz) McColl, it was the perfect analogy for the changing relationship between consumer and branded content. Today’s consumer doesn’t want to be told a story, they want to become part of

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