WEST COAST eCOMMERCE

January 28-29, 2020 | USA

West Coast eCommerce brings together 400+ eCommerce professionals to share their knowledge, learn and evolve their customer acquisition strategy. The West Coast eCommerce agenda is designed in collaboration with regional, national and international retailers. The topics discussed throughout the day will give you fresh ideas and help solve problems with cutting edge content and trailblazing discussions.

Spotlight

Social media posts which are prejudicial or which identify those subject to anonymity orders are not uncommon, and there is an added risk that this material could be seen by jurors; Many social media users may be unaware of reporting restrictions and of what would constitute a breach of an anonymity order or contempt of court; The judiciary generally have the tools to mitigate the effects of adverse social media posts, however these tools can delay the trial process; The case of Regina v F & D was unusual and is not representative of a broader or serious threat to the administration of justice.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

Master Of Marketing Conference

October 5-8, 2021 | USA

As the marketing and advertising industry continues to battle the complex challenges of the last year, the 2021 ANA Masters of Marketing Conference will showcase the creative thinking and inspirational strategies that CMOs from leading brands implemented to adapt to today's evolving customer needs. These growth champions will share their stories of success based on the ANA Growth Agenda and the theme, "Force for Good. Force for Growth."

NAD2021

September 29-October 1, 2021 | USA

The National Advertising Division (NAD) annual conference, NAD 2021, will celebrate 50 years of advertising industry self-regulation, convening the industry experts, government officials, legal professionals, and businesses of all sizes that have worked since 1971 to help establish high standards of truth and accuracy in national advertising. These thought leaders will discuss the critical trust and technology challenges facing the advertising industry today and share practical advice on the day-to-day issues that new and evolving platforms and an increasingly competitive environment can raise.

Food Advertising, Labeling, and Litigation Conference: For the Food and Dietary Supplement Industries

September 28-30, 2021 | USA

FDLI remains committed to providing high-quality educational programs while keeping our members and event attendees safe during the current pandemic. With this in mind, we are excited to announce that the 2021 Food Advertising, Labeling, and Litigation Conference will be a virtual event. Please know we are actively exploring options to ensure an engaging and enjoyable experience with ample opportunities to connect with your peers. Be sure to check the course website regularly for additional announcements and updates.

Audience Connect: Balancing Privacy, Personalization & Safety

September 15, 2021 | USA

Change is coming. Fast. The elimination of the third-party cookie and the intentional shift away from identifiers is drastically changing the digital advertising landscape and will impact the entire ecosystem. With this massive change on the horizon, it’s more important than ever for the advertising community to be educated, informed and speaking the same language. Audience Connect: Balancing Privacy, Personalization & Safety will bring together the most influential voices in data, addressability, and privacy to discuss the latest consumer-first, privacy by design identity solutions for advertisers and publishers in preparation of a post-cookie world. This event is open to entire digital ecosystem, inclusive of buy-side brands & agencies looking to understand identity and build audiences, premium content partners & publishers aiming to solidify their relationships with users, and the ad tech companies that underpin the industry.​

Spotlight

Social media posts which are prejudicial or which identify those subject to anonymity orders are not uncommon, and there is an added risk that this material could be seen by jurors; Many social media users may be unaware of reporting restrictions and of what would constitute a breach of an anonymity order or contempt of court; The judiciary generally have the tools to mitigate the effects of adverse social media posts, however these tools can delay the trial process; The case of Regina v F & D was unusual and is not representative of a broader or serious threat to the administration of justice.

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