This week, ClickZ editors will be speaking at three events in New York and Boston.
At 212, New York’s Interactive Advertising Club, I’m moderating a discussion tonight that examines trends in online retail marketing with a dynamic group of pros. They are: Matt Bailey of Hanover Direct; Eric Nadler of Danskin.com; Jim O’Brien of Barnes & Noble, and JupiterResearch’s Patti Freeman Evans.
Tomorrow, on day two of the Personal Democracy Forum in New York, ClickZ Senior Editor Kate Kaye explains how candidates have found new ways of raising — and spending — money online. She’ll be joined by Blogads’ Henry Copeland, ClickToBlue cofounder Ben Geyerhahn, and A.J. Schuler, a partner at CommonSense Media.
On Tuesday in Boston, ClickZ and Search Engine Watch is hosting a meet up for interactive marketers. The featured guest is Aegis Media North America CEO Sarah Fay, (left) one of the most powerful people in digital advertising. And she’ll participate in an informal “fireside chat” with ClickZ’s Rebecca Lieb. This reception is free if you >pre-register here. Hope to see you!
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