I've had quite a few email inquiries about when I will be presenting on digital marketing at events that are open to the public.
If you're not interested in self-promotional Blog postings, please disregard this one (and accept my apologies).
I have three speaking events coming up in the next little while in three different Canadian cities. All of them have some pretty stellar line-ups and, if you live in one of these cities and would like to meet-up, please let me know.
First up is Vancouver, British Columbia as part of BC Marketing Association's annual Vision Conference. This is taking place on Friday, May 11th, 2007 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. My presentation is titled, Six Pixels of Separation - The New World of New Marketing. This is a full-day conference that the BC Marketing Association describes like this:
"Soak up the latest learning in marketing and branding from visionary marketers, planners and creatives. Our goal is to provide inspiration and practical insight that will help tomorrow's great leaders step beyond the realm of the ordinary and the expected. This year's conference will feature six speakers from a variety of unique disciplines and backgrounds, who will provide you with vivid insights and success stories from their own personal experiences."
Next up, I will be in Ottawa for the CMA - Canadian Marketing Association - National Convention and Trade Show. This event is three-days - from Monday, May 14th, 2007 to Wednesday, May 16th, 2007. I speak as the opening keynote on Monday with a new presentation I have been working on called, Burn The Ships - New World Tactics for Marketers in a Digital World. I was on the organizing committee for this event as well, and we've lined up some great speakers and presentations. Check out the full conference madness here: Canadian Marketing Association National Convention And Trade Show 2007.
Just announced: I'll be giving the keynote for the Ad Club of Toronto's Annual Internet Day on Tuesday, May 29th, 2007 at the Sheraton Hotel in Downtown Toronto. My presentation will be Six Pixels of Separation - How Marketing Connects In A Connected World. For tickets and full event details, please visit: Ad Club Of Toronto - Internet Day 2007.
And now back to our regular scheduled programming...