I’ll start by saying, hurry. 

Less than 40 tickets remain for a February conference offering a bunch of insights for entrepreneurs interested in marketing and storytelling.

The High Five Conference started almost a year ago, when the Triangle chapter of the American Marketing Association decided to provide folks hopping on planes to attend national marketing conferences in Austin, San Francisco or Portland the opportunity to learn from national-in-caliber speakers right here in Raleigh.
Different from the Triangle’s other big marketing event, the Internet Summit, it had a larger scope than digital marketing and targeted a much smaller audience to ensure many connections are made between attendees. The inaugural event had about 265 people, and this year is shaping up to have a sell-out crowd of 400. It’s also attracting attention from out of town. Founding director and Triangle AMA President Evan Carroll said High Five could pop up in other regions over time.