Keynote Speakers announced for eMarketing5 Conference in San Francisco on April 4th and 5th

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Brian Harniman, Vice President of Marketing for and S. Murray Gaylord, Vice President of Brand Marketing, Yahoo! Will deliver Keynote Addresses at the 5th Annual eMarketing Conference in San Francisco Crowne Plaza Hotel On April 5th and 6th.

EMARKETING ASSOCIATION (eMA) -- The eMarketing Association (eMA) today announced keynote speakers for the eM5 eMarketing conference in San Francisco on April 5 and 6, 2005. The event, attended by top marketing executives, will feature Murray Gaylord, Vice President of Brand Marketing for Yahoo! on day one (4/5) of the conference and Brian Harriman, Vice President of Marketing for on day two (4/6). Membership in the eMA is not required to attend this event.

Nicole Reed, Conference director said, "We are proud to have such a high caliber keynote lineup for this marketing conference, the event should be a sell out." She added, "eM5 represents the finest conference for senior executives that we know of. This event goes beyond the ordinary basic level material and really gets into what is happening in the marketing arena. Topics cover everything from email marketing, affiliate marketing, search, online advertising and integration and strategy."

Robert Fleming, CEO of the eMA said, "this event is the very best of the best, all attendees will receive a free signed copy of Bill Nussey's book "The Quiet Revolution in eMail Marketing" Bill will be speaking on day one of the conference. Of course the food will be great, with plenty of networking opportunities and a great welcoming reception hosted by Yahoo!." He added, "The conference occupies the entire 30th floor of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Union Square with spectacular panoramic views of San Francisco from all conference rooms."

eM5 is produced for senior level marketing executives and attendance at prior conference has attracted executives from many Fortune 500 firms. It is one of the only events in the country to focus on senior level marketers. The atmosphere at the conference is very professional and sophisticated, with presentations geared at a higher level than most marketing events. Companies sending delegates to the event in the past include: 3M Company, Aventis Pasteur, AC Nielsen, Amazon, AOL Time Warner, Inc., Bank of America, Bayer AG, Bristol Myers Squibb, Coca Cola, Dell Computer, Discover Financial, General Mills, General Motors Corporation, Glaxo Smith Kline, IBM, Intel Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, Marriott International, Microsoft, Nokia Corporation, Sony Corporation, Southwest Airlines, The Home Depot, Inc., Toyota Motor Corporation, Verizon Communications, Xerox, Yahoo! and others.

The event sells out so early registration is recommended by the eMA.

The eMarketing Association (eMA) is the international association of individual marketers, companies and governments committed to the advancement of marketing in the digital era. The eMA provides resources, certifications, educational programs and events to it's members and the marketing community. As the largest association of eMarketers in the world, the eMA is committed to enriching our members through recognition, research, advocacy, education and service.

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