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Online advertising for dummies event coming

27 Jun 11

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


- 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.

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