More NewsHow About We Meet After ad:tech?

How About We Meet After ad:tech?

We're booked

We’re booked. Wall-to-wall, end-to-end.

Yet invitations for events, parties, briefings, meetings, announcements and panels keep pouring in. Publicists who have clients who work across the street from our office — and with whose spouses and children we’re on a first name basis — are begging us to take a meeting.

Calm down, guys. There’s life (and a whole lot more appointment blocks) after ad:tech. If you don’t have hard news (and if you do, send an advance, we honor embargoes) or a compelling reason to meet next week, does it have to be next week?

We’re here all year. Bet you are, too.

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