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TUANZ (e)-vision forum

Thu, 27 May 2004

TUANZ (e)-vision forum on Successful Online Marketing Strategies - in association with The Dominion Post

Mark your diary now - the first of three TUANZ (e)-vision forums for 2004 is coming your way!

The forum provides the opportunity for Marketers, Advertisers, Web Developers, Designers and anyone involved in (or looking to get involved in) using the Internet as part of an integrated marketing mix to learn something new, interact with other industry professionals and spend a day out of the office!

Lee Parkinson, Director of 360 Degree Planning from Clemenger BBDO - NBR's Agency of the Year 2004, tells how interactive marketing is sneaking out of our offices into our lounges and back-pockets via wi-fi, Bluetooth PDAs and smart phones. It is undeniable and cannot be ignored - online and interactive marketing is on the up and it's going walkabout!

Join Lee Parkinson and seven other industry professionals including Mark Ottaway, Managing Director of Nielsen//Netratings and Marty O'Donnell from Real Groovy, as they explain the who, why, what's and where for's of their Successful Online Marketing Strategies.

Dates & Venues:

Tuesday 29 June TUANZ (e)-vision Centre, Cnr Wakefield and Blair Streets, WELLINGTON

Wednesday 30 June Totem on the Viaduct, Level 2, Computerland House, 104 Customs Street West, AUCKLAND

Presentation: Registrations from 8:45. Presentations begin 9am Closing 4:10pm Drinks and a chance to network 4:20pm onwards

Pricing: TUANZ member $290 + gst 2nd & subsequent $170 + gst Non-members $360 + gst

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