this is not your ordinary conference, every aspect of the program is designed to provide attendees with relevant information and outstanding networking opportunities.
Providence, RI (PRWEB) November 27, 2007
The eMarketing Association (eMA) today announced that Carol Kruse, Vice President of Interactive Marketing for The Coca Cola Company, and Murray Gaylord, Vice President of Marketing for the New York Times.com, will present keynotes at the annual eM8 eMarketing Conference in San Francisco, April 15th and 16th 2008. 14 other industry leaders will provide presentations covering all aspects of eMarketing. The event now in its 8th year, provides business and marketing executives with actionable case studies, and practical up-to-date processes to enhance marketing in the B2B and B2C arenas. The event will be held at the Hilton San Francisco, Financial District will include a welcoming reception hosted by the New York Times on day one.
Robert Fleming, CEO of the eMarketing Association said "This conference provides an unprecedented opportunity, with compelling presentations offering actionable methods and processes, and significant networking opportunities." The program is designed to provide attendees with a unique experience that will enhance and improve the performance of their marketing programs. Membership in the eMarketing Association is not required to attend. Fleming added "this is not your ordinary conference, every aspect of the program is designed to provide attendees with relevant information and outstanding networking opportunities." Registrations are limited and the event has historically sold out. Marketing and business professionals can register at:
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The eMarketing Association (eMA) is the world's largest association of eMarketing professionals. Members include governments, companies, professionals and students involved with the eMarketing arena. The eMA provides marketing resources, services, research, certifications, educational programs and events to its members and the marketing community. The eMA works with a number of organizations, companies and governments on issues related to e-Commerce, multi-channel marketing and legislative issues. The eMA has members in over 50 countries around the world, and sponsors or manages over 30 events a year. More than 9,000 marketers have enrolled in eMA online courses and thousands of eMarketing professionals and students have achieved certification status.
Membership in the eMarketing Association, recognized worldwide, indicates a commitment to our profession as well as to professional development and achievement. eMA certifications are endorsed by governments, educational boards, colleges and universities, and provide marketers with a tangible credential for advancement in our field.
The eMA is committed to enriching the marketing community and its members through recognition, research, advocacy, education and service. Information on this event and other eMA programs is at the eMA website.