IAB Canada Offers New Mobile Marketing Course

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

IAB Canada, the national voice of the Canadian interactive advertising industry (mainly dealing with the web), is offering two new courses this year that might interest our readers.

A course on Mobile Marketing will take place on May 9 (Vancouver), May 11 (Toronto) and May 13 (Montreal) and a new course on Social Media Marketing will take place May 25 in Montreal and May 27 in Toronto.

These are in addition to their usual courses on Paid Search Marketing and Seach Engine Optimization which take place in April.

For information, contact IAB Canada at (416) 598-3400.

2 Responses to “IAB Canada Offers New Mobile Marketing Course”

  1. Paula Gignac, President, IAB Canada Says:

    Hi Gail!

    Thanks for the link to our Mobile Course!

    Just a bit of info for your audience as well on IAB Canada’s Mobile expertise…

    Besides the Course, which is the only one in market currently in Canada, and launched to sold out classes and rave reviews across Canada,IAB Canada is the leader on Mobile Marketing in Canada, with our Emerging Platforms Council having focussed on Mobile for th past 3 years.

    We have also published 2 Mobile Revenue Survey’s for Canada, (the 3rd is due out in just a few weeks!).

    We have included Mobile Standards in the Canadian Universal Ad Package since 2009, and we are currently developing Tablet Standards for Canada.

    And lastly, we have included Mobile sessions in all of our MIXX Canada Conferences (which run 2X/yr.), for the past 3 years that I can count.

    So, those interested in being involved in Mobile Marketing in Canada, can contact us about sitting on the Emerging Platforms Council and we’d be happy to have them.

  2. Hina khan@ Mobile Marketing Says:

    This is great opputunity for those who are working for sms marketing providers because this may inform them about the forecast of this business and the new innovation possible in this field and also statistical analysis of this business included success or conversion rates of companies using thie mode of advertisement

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