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Save The Date – September 20 Is AdExchanger’s Inaugural Conference


AdExchanger ConferenceIt is time for an AdExchanger conference! (Announced! – See the speakers.)

Since the site’s inception in 2008, the possibility of a conference has beckoned. It would be great to get together with the AdExchanger audience, after all. But the challenge has always been, in my opinion, “How does AdExchanger make a conference ‘special’ for everyone involved?”

Plus, hey it’s our first one – it better be good!

Over the past couple of months, the AdExchanger team has been working hard to answer the question above. And, I think we’ve got something you’re all going to like. In a few weeks, you will see what I mean.

In the meantime, please, “Save The Date.” The first-ever AdExchanger conference is September 20 in New York City!

— John Ebbert

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