Ad:Tech SF 2010 Breaks All Records

By Event City Creative Magazines
Nolan Apostle – Contributing Editor
Rick Eggers – Writer, Photographer
Danny Hewlett – Reporter, Photographer

ad:tech 2010 San Francisco was a great show and our prediction is that it will be a record breaking year – but that is just our guess at the Event City Network.  As of right now the numbers have not come in yet for San Francisco, but we know the down under show had well over 2,200 visitors across both days making the event the number one place to meet anyone in the Australian and New Zealand digital marketing industry. Attendees benefited from a busy & engaging Expo floor, highly informative & motivating content at the FREE Keynotes, Expo Seminar Theatre & Breakfast Briefings, and insights & experiences from the leading minds in digital media on the ad:tech CONFERENCE.

Another show opening up in a few days in San Francisco is WEB 2.0 Expo, the O’Reilly show, has an array of companies that will feature a 30,000 square foot tradeshow filled with exhibitors showcasing all things Web 2.0—tools, technologies, services, infrastructures, and more!  As we have covered previous shows, businesses in the Events & Creative industries can benefit greatly from many of the products represented at this show.  Many of our readers have asked, “What is Web 2.0?”  We will attempt to answer that over time, but for now Tim O’Reilly, of O’Reilly publishing answers that question.  

The show will feature many different types of companies as well as a fine collection of development tools for anyone interested in advancing their Web 2.0 strategies for their business. 

We look forward to seeing you at the show, and as always, if you have any questions or interest in what we write about in our magazines or blogs do not hesitate to send your questions to our Editor.

An Idea of Who Is Attending Ad-Tech

This years Ad-Tech is set to be the largest yet 
Here are some of the companies
 Attending Ad-Tech San Francisco 2010
ATTENDING BRANDS
adp Senior Director, Internet Marketing
AKQA Group Media Director
AllState Media Manager, Digital
Amazon Product Manager
ATT VP, Industry Marketing
Career Builder Director of Relationship Marketing
clorox Group Manager, Media Investments
coda CMO
Cramer Krasselt VP, Interactive Group Media Director
EA Marketing Manager
experian Sr. Director of Marketing
GE Director, Strategic Marketing
General Mills Promotion Planner Associate
hilton VP Marketing
hotwire Senior Manager, Online Marketing
HP Interactive Marketing Program Mgr.
intuit Director, Digital Marketing
Kodak Senior Manager Business Development
Kraft Digital Services Lead
lenovo Global Marketing Director, Interactive
LinkDN Trade Marketing Lead
MindShare Digital Media Manager
mitsubishi Interactive Specialist
MTV VP NICK Premium
NBA Director, Data Strategy
Oglivy Director of Search
Safeway VP Interactive Marketing
Scotts Manager, Interactive Marketing
Sony Director Digital Marketing
T3 Associate Media Director
toyota National Marketing Media Manager
TribalDDB Worldwide CEO
US Airways Media Planner
WD40 Director, Marketing Operations
WilliamsSonoma Email Marketing Manager
Zappos Brand Marketing Manager

AD TECH INTERNET CONFERENCE COMES TO SAN FRANCISCO

By Nolan Apostle & Danny Hewlett
Contributing Editor and Writer-Reporter

Ad Tech, one of the largest Internet related tradeshows in the world will open in San Francisco’s Moscone Center on April 19th, 2010 and run through the 21st. It will feature many different companies from both the Publishing side as well as the Advertising area of the Internet.

Internet Ad dollars are up and so are the players in the business as many small time businesses realize the value of Internet Advertising. If you are in business you should attend AD TECH San Francisco.

Much more to come soon. Here are some of the companies attending AD TECH SF 2010:

http://www.websitemagazine.com/content/

http://www.clickbooth.com/

http://www.adbuyer.com

http://adweek.com (Media sponsor)

Writers note – do not attempt to visit Ad Tech SF’s website after 8pm -11pm PST, our writers could not get it to move very well.