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DMA launches an exciting new service for e-market

DMA launches an exciting new service for e-marketers and suppliers of e-marketing services

Invitation to Media

As the internet grows exponentially there is widening recognition of its value as a complete business channel creating one of the biggest opportunities in business history?'e-Marketing'.

The challenges to this young industry are enormous, the rulebook is still being rewritten and when it has, it is already out of date!

The DMA is launching an eMarketing industry body to represent companies and individuals to promote self regulation, exchange ideas and increase knowledge.

The DMA invites you to attend this special breakfast launch.

Where: Lion Harbourview Lounge, Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington

When: Thursday May 25 @ 7.30am

RSVP: Jo Patterson on (025) 789 870 or email

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