Phillip Smith

Vancouver magazines: Only 7 days left to register for Web Weekend!

That's right. I'm hitting the road again to bring the "Web love" to magazine folks in Vancouver. This is the second-last stop on a cross-country tour that started in Toronto, got snowed-in in Halifax, and will conclude its first circuit in Edmonton at the end of March. So far, it's been a hell of a lot of fun -- the faculty is top-notch and the participants are reporting back that they've embarked on new Web initiatives already. What more could one ask?

So here are the details for Vancouver:

Web Weekend Vancouver flyer

Magazines Canada, Centennial College and the British Columbia Magazines Publishers Association are proud to present Web Weekend Vancouver on Saturday, March 1 and Sunday, March 2 at Simon Fraser University in downtown Vancouver. There is only one week left to register for this unique event. Don't miss out! Register by February 20th.

Download the brochure here.

LEARN TO:

  • Leverage the power of digital media
  • Cost your online ventures
  • Market your brand effectively
  • Utilize the latest tools for measurement and analysis
  • Build online communities
  • Increase your online revenue streams

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Print and online editors
  • Web development and I.T. staff
  • Publishers
  • Designers
  • Circulators
  • Advertising sales Managers

HOW MUCH?

Magazines Canada members, British Columbia Association of Magazines Publishers members and students: $495, others: $750

Tuition includes all materials, coffee breaks, breakfast, lunch and access to a dedicated Web Weekend Continuing Ed Forum.

WHEN?

Saturday, March 1 and Sunday, March 2, 2008 (Saturday & Sunday)

WHERE?

Simon Fraser University, Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver

Look forward to seeing you there!

About

Hi, I'm Phillip Smith, a veteran digital publishing consultant, online advocacy specialist, and strategic convener. If you enjoyed reading this, find me on Twitter and I'll keep you updated.

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