Chicago AD:TECH Conference Approaches

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With record attendance, the San Francisco show, held this past April, was a hit and received many positive comments from attendees. Now, it's time to gear up for the Chicago Show July 11 and 12. Keynotes for the Chicago show include Garage Technology Ventures Managing Director Guy Kawasaki, P & G Manager of Innovation, Consumption Control Ted McConnell, Chrysler VP Jeff Bell, E-Loan CMO Catherine Muriel and Kimpton Hotels Sale & Marketing SVP Steve Pinetti. Get all the details and register at the AD:TECH website.

Revenue.net will, again, sponsor WiFi access providing attendees with free Internet access at the show. Visit their booth to get access codes.

We've also been told Tribal Fusion will host the "big" party Monday night.

by Steve Hall    May-27-05   Click to Comment   
Topic: Industry Events   

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"Many positive comments from attendees"…also many negative comments which seemed to be deleted in the final press release.

Meaning....humans could think of nothing constructive to say about what they perceived to be of ANY value from the conference. I was one of the humans asked about the event last year. I said it was positive...and was never allowed to explain. It was positive because they had kept the men’s bathroom better sanitized than last year.

Every person on the planet has their OWN view and understanding of the exact same event. This year will have even more "positive" from someone somewhere about something because without this positive reaction “news flash” as written…these individuals would be out of as job. In other words....it was an irrelevant bomb because no one there took control to tell the attendees exactly what the conventions definition of positive should be.

Posted by: kab on May 31, 2005 2:27 AM





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