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Branding & Entertainment? Web 2.0? Pick an Event, a Coast and a Discount

Being the most informed and sophisticated marketing and PR executives on the planet, readers of this blog know that WebMarketCentral is the place to find a comprehensive calendar of live and online marketing events. However, in that wealth of content, it's easy to overlook something. Here are two events that deserve special attention.

L A Office RoadShow Branding and EntertainmentFor brand marketers, the L.A. Office RoadShow runs September 16-18 in Hollywood. There's no other event like this one for meeting the "players" and making connections in the entertainment industry. RoadShow is a global event that brings brand marketers together with 100 marketing execs from 40 top entertainment companies. Brands of all sizes can discover and capitalize on entertainment tie-in opportunities. It's a unique annual event where brand marketers can meet the right people and develop valuable industry partnerships for brand promotion.

The people behind RoadShow are offering WebMarketCentral readers extended special pricing on advance registration—a $200 discount to marketers who call (310) 275-2088 and register before August 31st with the promo code RS08-RD. To find out more information about the event, including present companies, current attendees and travel information, check out
Web 2.0 Expo New York
On the other side of the country, the Web 2.0 Expo will come to New York City September 16-19. Tim O'Reilly and TechWeb take this event, connecting the builders of the web with the brightest minds, hottest ideas, and most useful tools, to the East Coast for the first time. Web 2.0 Expo will bring together executives from the big brands and big industries in New York with the creative minds behind the next generation of the Internet, to learn, share, network and shape the future. This event will bring together the thinkers behind and builders of the next generation web: designers, developers, entrepreneurs, marketers, business strategists, and venture capitalists. Together, they'll share experiences, lessons from failure, ideas for what's next, and how to practically apply new web technologies. Web 2.0 is about creating more business value while providing a more meaningful experience for customers, delivering relevant information and increasing collaboration.

Interested? Use discount code webny08bd17 to receive either $100 off the conference or a free Expo Pass when you register at


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