If there’s one force which has turned marketing inside out over the past decade, it’s the march away from old media and towards a digital future. But with change comes the need to retrain and refocus, and what better place to do so (at least if you’re in Toronto) at 2009 Marketing Week, presented by the Canadian Marketing Association?
Digital marketers will definitely want to hit the conference on November 11th, also known as “Digital Day”, which will provide content not only for digital marketing neophytes but also old online hands. The day will close off with the Digital Marketing Awards. And on November 12th, the focus shits to the media, with an exploration of serial innovators and insights from media leaders on how they’ve innovated in response to change.
The conference will take place at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto, and tickets are $795 for both days ($695 early bird rate) or $495 for a single day ($395 early bird rate). You can reserve tickets by emailing the CMA.