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Programmatic I/O San Francisco Is Sold Out

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AdExchanger’s conference, PROGRAMMATIC I/O, is sold out for our April 8 San Francisco event which is focused on educating the marketer on The New Normal of Marketing – programmatic media.

You can still get on the wait list for April 8 at www.programmatic.io.

For attendees, the SF conference’s agenda is available and includes presentations from our Title sponsors Google and [x+1] as well as the following panels:

  • Programmatic in Practice: Brand & Direct Marketing
  • The Programmatic Exchange
  • Data Signals & Management
  • Ecommerce & Targeting the Shopper
  • Programmatic Video Marketing
  • Cross Channel Targeting

The next PROGRAMMATIC I/O will be in New York City on September 16.

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