Space Limited! Act Now!
There are only ten days left to register for the seventh annual Business Media Leadership Summit, which will provide attendees with an unparalleled opportunity to acquire new skills, learn from their peers and meet world-leading publishers.
In addition to keynote speakers: Kevin Turpin, president of the Washington, D.C.-based National Journal, and Bo Sacks, the publisher of America’s longest running e-newsletter, who will deliver a keynote address encompassing his global insights and unique perspectives, the roster of speakers includes:
- Scott Bender, Global Head of Publishing Strategy & North American Business Development, Prohaska Consulting
- Corrine Lynds, Editorial Director, Motum B2B
- Arjun Basu, Senior Vice President, Product, Bookmark Content and Communications (formerly known as Spafax)
- Rob Ristagno, CEO, The Sterling Woods Group
- Joyce Byrne, Publisher, Avenue Calgary
- Sandra Parente, Director, Business Development, Insurance Media Group, Newcom Media Inc.
- Melissa Summerfield, VP Operations, Newcom Media
Since its inception in 2012, the Business Media Leadership Summit has attracted hundreds of B2B professionals and garnered strong reviews. The 2019 Summit will build on this tradition and once again be held at the Kingbridge Conference Centre, a short drive north of Toronto.
The Summit begins with working sessions at 2:30 pm on Tuesday, February 5 followed by the opening keynote address, networking reception and dinner. It finishes up at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, February 6 after a full day of presentations.
- Event pass for Magazines Canada members: $375
- Event pass for non-members: $550
- Day pass for Magazines Canada members: $325 (does not include hotel night)
- Day pass for non-members: $450 (does not include hotel night)
The seventh annual Business Media Leadership Summit will be a sound investment in the year ahead. Plan now on attending with your colleagues!
This event is made possible with the support of Ontario Creates.
For more information:
Director, Member Services and Development