San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 18, 2007
Fru Hazlitt, UK "First Woman of Media 2005" and current MD of Capital Radio Group, will deliver the keynote address AdMonsters' EU Leadership Forum III. The event takes place at Le Meridien Piccadilly October 10th, in London, GB.
AdMonsters' Leadership Forum welcomes the most senior members of ad operations teams from digital media companies, including media owners, advertising networks, digital agencies, technology companies, and those that offer outsourced ad operations. Previous agency attendees at 2006 events came from: Agency.com, Diffiniti, I-Level, Isobar, [email protected], and Zed Media. Media owners were represented by, among others: AOL, CondeNet, ITV, Financial Times, Future Publishing, MSN, NewsInternational, Orange, and Yahoo!. The event is composed of hands-on, results-oriented workgroup sessions, member presentations, and panel discussions, the aim of which is to determine near term high priority tactical solutions to the industry's most pressing issues.
AdMonsters is pleased that Fru Hazlitt will join its third European Leadership Forum on October 10th as a special contributor to the forum--her years in the industry and diversity of roles puts her in an excellent position to offer a unique and incredibly valuable vantage point on the state of industry,. Fru has 18 years of sales and marketing experiences within the media sector, across magazines, newspapers, and radio--most notably at the Guardian Media Group and Virgin Radio. She is currently is MD of Capital Radio Group.
"Fru has long understood the importance of developing the best operations team in the business. She is one of those rare leaders that understands the short term, tactical implications of long term strategic change," says Matt O'Neill, President of AdMonsters.
In the past, the forum has tackled issues including late creative policy, worked to streamline agency and publisher workflow, and identified new and emerging advertising technologies for online advertising. This year, major themes at AdMonsters events have included how to scale operations teams as the industry undergoes unprecedented growth, tactical challenges of 'beyond the browser' online advertising, balancing creative innovation with scalability, and how to staff and train the best possible operations team.
Registration for the event is €199 and is open now on AdMonsters' website.
Founded in 1999, AdMonsters LLC is the only professional association dedicated exclusively to online advertising operations and technology. AdMonsters provides a unique forum for ad operations professionals to communicate, collaborate, socialize, network, and identify best practices. AdMonsters' bi-annual conferences focus primarily on topics such as ad serving and related technologies, ad production, inventory and yield management, advertising products, policies, procedures, and industry standards and are considered to be essential by professionals in the field.
With more than 370 member companies worldwide, AdMonsters membership now includes senior leaders and decision makers in ad technology and ad operations from most of the top-tier media publishers in the US, and many in Europe. Dedicated to the ad operations industry, AdMonsters offers a full suite of ad operations training classes, consulting services and holds two conferences each year which is open to those in ad operations roles at advertising agencies, ad networks, portal and publishers. AdMonsters is supported in part by the sponsorship of companies interested in building strategic relationships with our members. For more information please visit: http://www.admonsters.org