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Last tickets avail for IAB Tabvertising event

06 May 2011

IAB and TVNZ are co-presenting the Tabvertising event to discuss advertising and marketing opportunities on tablets and the iPad. 

Speakers include Nicola Reade, the manager for emerging and social platforms at TVNZ, and Che Tamahori, managing director for Shift. 

The event is aimed at those involved in planning online campaigns and plans to shed light on practical aspects around advertising on tablets, especially the iPad. 

There are only a few tickets left, so if you'll be in Wellington for the event, get your ticket order in fast. 

Event details: 

Thursday 19 May, 2011

Registration at 3.45pm

Event starts at 4pm

Drinks at 5pm


Level 16, 113 The Terrace


Ticket prices:

IAB members $80.50 (incl. GST)

Non members $95 (incl. GST)

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