The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has announced the date of the South African municipal elections which are to be held on Wednesday 18th May 2011. IMC Conference producers, Living Your Brand, have therefore decided to reschedule the Integrated Marketing Communications Conference to Monday the 6th and Tuesday the 7th of June 2011.
This year's choicest multimedia event shall take place at the lavish Hilton Hotel in Sandton, Johannesburg.
Although the date has been postponed, please note that the prestigious speaker line-up shall still captivate the marketing audience with their energetic experienced-based presentations. The esteemed Ben Wagner; the Chief Marketing Warrior of Native, Heidi Brauer; the Executive Manager of group marketing for Kulula and BA for Comair and Isi Nyogi; the VP and Managing Director of InMobi Africa, are some of the names who shall dominate centre stage in true trend-forecasting style at the June marketing event.
Kevin Welman, the Managing Director and Partner of Fleishman-Hillard South Africa and Diane Charton, the Managing Director of Acceleration Media, shall mange and facilitate the two panel discussions which shall focus on controversial national media issues and solutions, while exploring the multimedia timeline and its expansion of opportunity. Fleishman-Hillard, Bloom Marketing, InMobi, Acceleration Media, Native, Realm Digital, Rocketseed and Graphic Mail are the confirmed workshop hosts for this year's IMCC event.
Please visit www.imcc.co.za or call the Living Your Brand team on 021 671 6362 for delegate and exhibition stand bookings. Please reserve your corporate seats immediately in order to avoid disappointment and occupancy surges. Email for any additional information. Follow the link to view the IMCC video. Be sure to stay up date with the latest media movements by following us on Twitter @IMCConference #IMCC and @livingyourbrand.
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