Story image

Online advertising for dummies event coming

27 Jun 2011

If you are looking to get up to speed on how online advertising works and how your business can benefit, we have an event you should consider.




Digital Overview for Newbies

- Run by the IAB

- Sponsored by 3DInteractive

- Date 10th August 2011




Speakers




- Amanda Wisniewski, Commercial Director, NZ, Online Division, The Nielsen Company



- Samuel Stadler, Head of Agency – NZ, First Rate



- Kris Hadley, Media Strategist at Draftfcb




Who should attend?

People new to the online advertising industry or have less than 1 years experience; agencies, publishers & marketers welcome.




Members of the IAB can attend for just $40, while non-members are charged just $65.




More info and registration is available here.

Security flaw in Xiaomi electric scooters could have deadly consequences
An attacker could target a rider, and then cause the scooter to suddenly brake or accelerate.
Four ways the technology landscape will change in 2019
Until now, organisations have only spoken about innovative technologies somewhat theoretically. This has left people without a solid understanding of how they will ultimately manifest in our work and personal lives.
IDC: Top 10 trends for NZ’s digital transformation
The CDO title is declining, 40% of us will be working with bots, the Net Promoter Score will be key to success, and more.
Kiwi partner named in HubSpot’s global top five
Hype & Dexter is an Auckland-based agency that specialises in providing organisations with marketing automation solutions.
Moustache Republic expands Aussie presence with new exec
The Kiwi digital commerce partner has appointed a Sydney-based director to oversee the expansion of the company’s Australian footprint.
Epson’s new EcoTank range with two years printing per tank
With 11 new EcoTank printers that give an average user two years of printing and cost just $17.99/colour to refill, Epson is ready to change the game.
Te reo Māori goes global via language app called Drops
If you’re keen to learn a few words of Māori – or as much as 90% of the language, you may want to check out an Android and iOS app called Drops.
Reckon Group announces a steady profit in 2018
Reckon continued its investment in growth throughout the year with a development spend of $14.3 million.