San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 2, 2007
AdMonsters, a privately held professional association for online ad operations professionals worldwide announced today that CEO of OpenAds.org, James Bilefield, will deliver the keynote address at its 9th European Publishers Forum on October 8, 2007, in London.
AdMonsters' Publishers Forum is open to individuals employed by digital media publishers, and ad networks whose roles focus on online advertising operations and/or advertising technology. The conference agenda is comprised of member-led and breakout sessions covering a wide variety of relevant topics; including ad serving technology, inventory management, organizational structure, business process automation, ad operations policies, rich/streaming media makes this forum an invaluable tool packed with hands-on, technical solutions for online advertising operations teams.
AdMonsters is very pleased to be joined by James Bilefield, CEO of Openads.org, who will lead the keynote addressing the current state of the market and possible impacts of the recent spate of mergers and acquisitions in the ad operations space.
James is CEO of Openads.org, the developer of free, open source ad serving software used by more than 20,000 online publishers in 140 countries around the world. Under his leadership, Openads is disrupting the global online advertising industry by offering publishers a simple, independent and reliable way to make more money from online advertising.
Registration for AdMonsters Publishers Forum EU IX is now open and limited to 40 attendees. More information for AdMonsters' European Publishers Forum can be found on their website at: http://www.admonsters.org/cn/cn-eu-09.php
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 leads and decision makers in ad technology and ad operations from most of the top-tier online media publishers in the U.S., and many in Europe. Dedicated to the ad operations industry, AdMonsters offers a full suite of ad operations training classes, consulting services and holds seven conferences each year which is open to those in interactive advertising operations roles at advertising agencies, ad networks, portal and publishers. More information about the company can be found on its' website: http://www.admonsters.org
Jennifer E. Siegel