Toronto Marketing Events

I never really intended this to be a diary type blog but if you are in Toronto there a couple of cool events happening this week. First off my old boss (as in former, not as in geriatric) Dave Jones is chairing some talks at the Canadian Institute on…social media.

I’ve seen Dave’s presentation and if you’re available and can get past the security, I’d certainly recommend you going along. Also presenting are iStudio’s Brandy Fleming and iStudio alum, David Bradfield who’d be worth checking out as well! I’m looking forward to meeting David sometime tomorrow (Monday) as I’ve been a long time fan of his blog.

Check out Mitch’s post for a full run down of who’s speaking and who’ll be at the geek-ish dinner afterwards.

If you can’t make it to the CI, but are interested in search marketing (and let’s face it, who isn’t these days) Helen Overland pitched me to talk about a seminar for you to attend on November 29. non~linear creations is hosting “Improve Your Bottom Line with Search Marketing” and it sounds pretty interesting. Go here to register and tell them I sent you for a 100 per cent discount.

*UPDATE* – and now the outrageously brilliant GM of AIMS, Kathryn Lagden, has gotten in touch to let me know about their Thursday event, “Web Analytics: Make the connection between your marketing spend and the bottom line”. It’s only $50 and you get to chat with some of the brightest people in Toronto’s digital marketing scene.  Unfortunately, no discount for BMBY readers…

All in all, there’s very little reason for you to be in the office at all this week!

And in completely non-PR marketing news, Steven Gerrard scored a cracker against Manchester City on Sunday.  It was his first in the league this season and hopefully heralds a return to form for the big man.

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