The Canadian Internet Marketing Conference (“CIMC”) is coming up March 28th to March 29th, 2015 at Quest University in Squamish, BC.
Why I am Speaking on a Panel
Let’s face it, the thought of “internet marketing” doesn’t always conjure up the most pleasant feelings as pop-up ads, spam email, and unwanted selling opportunities come to mind. However, there is a very good side to internet marketing, and it’s the bigger, better side. The side where a campaign raises thousands for a cause, where a video can move you to happy tears, and when the independent business can connect with major brands to reach customers and audiences they wouldn’t have dreamed of reaching before. Making connections and achieving goals.
This is the side of internet marketing that I know and that has allowed me to grow my dream business over the last ten years. I love what I do, and you should too, so with the Canadian Internet Marketing Conference coming to Squamish, I hope I’ll see you in the audience when I take the stage for a panel presentation about blogging for business.
Where: Quest University, Squamish, BC
When: Saturday March 28th and Sunday 29th, 2015 from 9:00am each day
Tickets: Available online. Tickets include admission to the two day conference, lunch and coffee on both Saturday and Sunday, and goodies. There is currently a limited number of Student Tickets available right now for $129.00.
Hear from over 20 World-Class speakers, enjoy 6 networking opportunities, participate in a $10,000 Dragon Den style contest with the Lion’s Den, attend workshops, the Best Agency to Work for in Canada Award Banquet, the Canadian Internet Marketing Awards, and parties.
Speakers include everyone from prolific local bloggers and the UBC School of Journalism, to individuals from Invoke Media, TELUS, Whistler Blackcomb, 1-800-GOT-JUNK, and more.
CIMC is hosted by Marwick Marketing and Jelly Marketing, two BC marketing firms who were fierce competitors who realized there wasn’t a solid internet marketing conference for them and their staff in BC so they banded together to bring this event to our backyard.
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