AdMonsters is proud to announce the launch of a new event, the Network Ad Ops Forum. The event, which will be co-hosted by IASH, the UK’s trade body for interactive sales houses, will be held in central London on July 15th.
For registration and more information please visit: http://www.admonsters.org/tf/tf-eu-02.php
In the UK networks account for a greater than 40% share of display media ad spend – a number that continues to grow. These companies face unique operational challenges that will be increasingly important to solve as the field gets more crowded and spend increases.
We will apply our unique forum—style format to a day specifically designed to address these issues with a sharp focus on actionable next-steps and pragmatic solutions. Attendees will come away with a comprehensive check list of what they can be doing to improve the efficacy of their operations as well as with a strong network of peers. By partnering with IASH on this event, we will be able to quickly identify industry leaders and top challenges. IASH lives on the front lines of the ad network industry and brings valuable experience and in depth knowledge to the table.
The Forum is being designed to address the requirements of the most senior decision makers for advertising operations and technology at networks and media owners and agencies who operate as networks. All attendees are vetted before being approved.
The cost of the event is $300 (€220/£195). IASH members receive an exclusive 25% off the conference fee (please contact IASH to receive your discount code before registering).
For registration and more information: http://www.admonsters.org/tf/tf-eu-02.php.
Agenda & Topics
AdMonsters will be working closely with their existing network members and IASH to define the key issues and recruit industry leaders to lead the day’s sessions and workshops. If you would be interested in speaking at this event, please contact us with a description of your proposed topic and why it’s important for operations and technical teams right now. Proposed topics include:
* IASH administration
* Managing affiliate websites (specifications & standards)
* Malware management, detection, and prevention
* Reporting challenges
* Optimizing performance
* Managing ad exchanges
* Behavioural targeting/retargeting
* Data ownership — challenges & opportunities
* and more…
For key providers of online technology solutions we have the following sponsorship opportunities available at this event.
This is your chance to present to and network with the leaders in the industry. The Forum is being designed to address the requirements of the most senior decision makers for advertising operations and technology at networks and media owners and agencies who operate as networks.
All sponsorships at this event include:
– Full attendee contact database following the event
– Branding on the event’s website
– Distribution of collateral (electronic & physical) to all attendees
– Standing banner on site at the event
– Logo on all printed materials
– 2 seats at lunch (additional seats for higher level sponsorship)
– 2 seats at cocktail reception & dinner (additional seats for higher level sponsorship)
Silver Sponsorship (2 available)
Included: Base package as outlined above
Gold Sponsorship (2 available)
Base package as above PLUS
– 1 additional attendee (total of 3)
– Sponsor gets 3 seats at 45 minute roundtable discussion with members at end of day
Platinum Sponsorship (1 available)
– Gold package as above PLUS
– 2 additional attendees (total of 4)
– Sponsor gets an exclusive 30 minute workshop at the even to present a case study, product demo, or other workshop
AdMonsters provides a unique opportunity for the sponsors to engage with both prospective clients and those who use their products and services on a daily basis. The majority of member attendees are decision makers within their organizations and all of them understand the need for top-notch providers. Sponsoring an AdMonsters event is your chance to discuss new and upcoming products and features, as well as to gather input from an experienced group of industry veterans.
For more information on sponsoring this and other AdMonsters events: http://www.admonsters.org/sponsors/
About AdMonsters (http://www.admonsters.org)
Founded in 1999, AdMonsters is the only professional association dedicated exclusively to online advertising operations and technology. By maintaining our exclusive focus on ad operations, AdMonsters provides a much richer forum than broad industry trade shows. AdMonsters participants are all direct peers, and we focus on specific, technical, actionable topics such as ad serving and related technologies, rich media, video advertising, the trafficking process, workflow optimization, inventory and yield management, advertising product development, best practices in policies and procedures, and industry standards. AdMonsters is about real conversations, real learning, and real best practices – participants come away with immediately actionable solutions that provide real value.
About IASH (http://www.iash.org.uk)
IASH exists to encourage best practice among online advertising sales houses through the adoption of an effective code of conduct. IASH also exists to promote the real benefits of the online advertising network business model. IASH members wish to ensure that display ads placed via their networks do not appear on websites which could jeopardize advertisers’ brands. This Code provides a formal framework for best practice for IASH Members to follow when dealing with advertisers, agencies, networks and site owners. The purpose of the Code is to give those buying, selling or broking internet advertising space a clear understanding of the types of inventory which can and cannot be used when fulfilling an ad insertion order.