Register now! Yes, it’s time to choose from our 2019 program of stimulating sessions to improve your business and inspire your creativity.
MagNet is happening April 24 and 25.
Sample some of these offerings in store for 2019:
What happens when corporate-funded organizations appropriate the language and tactics of independent media outlets, too? At The Future of Media is Tangible: Growth, Depth, and Sincere Models for Mutual Engagement, hear Kate Lesniak (the former publisher of Bitch) from the digital strategy agency ThinkShout unpack these burning issues.
Is your inbox overflowing with newsletters? Do you read or ignore them? Everyone, regardless of their business model, is trying to make their newsletters stand out. You’ll find out how at this panel with some of Canada’s best newsletter thinkers at Newsletters are Back, and they’re…Cool?!
What is the hottest topic in magazine media today? How to make money in this highly disrupted, highly competitive, constantly changing world of communications, of course. At Reader Revenue, Media Tech, Culture Change, and Some Wacky Innovations media guru John Wilpers will present the 12 proven media business models trending internationally.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
View the complete MagNet 2019 program at magnet.magazinescanada.ca.
Register now at register.magazinescanada.ca for early bird savings, on until March 22, 2019.
Conference passes! Once again, MagNet offers an affordable, all-conference pass for savvy conference goers who like to learn AND save money.
Need a place to stay? Book your hotel room at the beautiful Courtyard Toronto Downtown before March 22 to get the special MagNeteers discount. Quote the booking code “MAGNET2019” when you call 1.800.847.5075 or book your room online.
Did you know that FONK is the new FOMO?…Find out more in the next bulletin.
BPA Worldwide’s Canadian division, CCAB, operates with offices in Montreal and Toronto. For more than 80 years as a not-for-profit assurance service provider, BPA was originally created by advertisers, advertising agencies and media owners to audit audience claims used in the buying and selling of advertising. Through its iCompli service, the organization verifies compliance to defined government, industry, and organizational standards as well as adherence to privacy, data protection and sustainability guidelines and best practices. Performing nearly 2,600 audits in over 20 countries, BPA is a trusted resource for compliance and assurance services. The latest innovation to move the industry forward is the BPA Media Exchange, an online private marketplace for automated sales of independently verified media and related digital marketing products.
For more information on CCAB and its services, please email M. Timothy Peel at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit bpaww.com.