Keynote speakers announced

Commission Junction, one of the world’s leading affiliate marketing companies, has signed up two well respected UK business leaders to provide keynote speeches at Commission Junction University (CJU) 2007, on 21 and 22 June.

Tim Waterstone, founder of Waterstone’s book stores, Chairman of Chelsea Stores (including the Daisy and Tom brand and until recently the Early Learning Centre retail chain) and former Chairman of HMV Media Group plc, will be opening the event on 21 June.

Liz Jackson MBE, founder and MD of business-to-business telemarketing and lead generation company, Great Guns Marketing and winner of numerous business awards, will open the second day’s agenda.

Other speakers included in the comprehensive agenda at one of the UK’s most authoritative online marketing conferences will include:
Rebecca Jennings, Senior Analyst, Forrester;
Stephen Taylor, Regional Vice President and MD, Yahoo! Europe;
Jay Stevens, Vice President Operations, EMEA, MySpace;
Catriona Campbell, Director, Foviance;
Emmanuel Brunet, Managing Director, Carat Interactive France;
Vinny Lingham, affiliate, and founder, incuBeta (parent company for Clicks2Customers); and
Jeremy Palmer, affiliate and founder, Quit Your Day Job, an online affiliate education resource.

Alison Guise, UK Managing Director for Commission Junction and Mediaplex said “Last year’s event was so successful that we’ve extended Commission Junction University 2007 to a two day event, with more exciting speakers in attendance. We’ll be addressing an even wider range of industry issues with a truly European focus, and we look forward to announcing more speakers in the coming weeks.”

The two day conference will be held at the prestigious Landmark Hotel in London. Online registration is now open and conference passes cost £299, with an early discount of £100 for delegates registering before 31 May. For further information and more details on the current agenda, please go to:
The agenda and speakers from 2006 can be found at


Contact Details

ValueClick Europe
Lisa Hancox
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About ValueClick:
ValueClick Inc. (Nasdaq: VCLK) is one of the world’s largest integrated online marketing companies. Through its individual brands, ValueClick offers comprehensive and scalable solutions that deliver cost-effective customer acquisition for advertisers and revenue for publishers. ValueClick provides advertisers and publishers with performance-based solutions through all online marketing channels. Brand offerings include:

+ vcmedia - online advertising network and ad sales for advertisers and publishers
+ Commission Junction - affiliate marketing
+ – the UK’s most comprehensive and independent price comparison website
+ Mediaplex - intelligent technology for digital marketing, including adserving, email marketing and paid search bid management.
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Published on: 12:00AM on 17th May 2007