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In-Store Marketing Institute Call for Speakers

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The In-Store Marketing Institute is seeking dynamic industry speakers for its 2009 In-Store Marketing Expo. The Expo conducts an extensive range of educational seminars that are designed to equip brand marketers, retailers, agency professionals and P-O-P manufacturers with up-to-date insights, information and best practices in the field of shopper marketing. These seminars are organized into several tracks that are defined by strategic areas in the practice of shopper marketing.

Interested parties should contact Ronit Lawlor at ronit_lawlor@instoremarketer.org by February 9.
Contact the Expo topics that appeal to our audience:

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