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Register Now for SEMPO Canada: The Digital Marketing Ad Tech Ecosystem in Canada

When you think of the Great White North, your mind immediately gravitates towards the cold winters and the amazing outdoors. But did you know that some of the hottest ad technologies were Canadian?

Bing Canada and SEMPO Canada decided to partner with Acquisio and gShift Labs to celebrate the innovation that Canada brings to ad technology. As the major sponsor, we want to invite our loyal Bing Ads users to come and celebrate all things Canadian on Nov. 12th in Toronto and Nov. 13th in Montreal.

Toronto: November 12th from 5:15pm to 8:30pm at the Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville Hotel

Our first event – ‘The Digital Marketing Ad Tech Ecosystem in Canada’ – will take place in Toronto on November 12th and will highlight the innovative companies and entrepreneurs in the ad technology space. The evening will feature presentations from Bing and Acquisio followed by a panel of entrepreneurs representing Atomic Reach, InNetwork and SqueezeCMM (all innovators in social media and content marketing). Follow the event on Twitter with the hashtag #SEMPOYYZ. The Toronto event is free to all attendees, but seating is limited.

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Montreal: November 13th from 3:00pm to 6:30pm at the Notman House

The second event – ‘2015 SEMPO Digital Advertising Outlook’ – will take place in Montreal on November 13th and will feature presentations by Bing, gShift, Acquisio, PlanningMedia, JMMA, Google and TubeMogul. This event is a joint initiative from SEMPO, Planning Media and the John Molson Marketing Association. We are pleased to welcome you to the 2015 Digital Advertising Outlook. Whether you are an advertiser, an agency or a marketing student, this conference will cover a lot of exciting and relevant digital-based advertising content. You can follow the event on Twitter via the hashtag #SEMPOMTL.

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