The ad:tech interactive marketing conference is scheduled for September 26-27 at Olympia in London and will host hundreds of key players and experts in Internet marketing under one roof.

The world’s largest conference and expo devoted to Internet marketing technology is back in London for the third time this September at Olympia .

The ad:tech Internet marketing conference and expo will provide online marketers with the tools and tricks they need to get ahead in this increasingly important and effective area of marketing. Attendees will learn about the best practices in Internet marketing and advertising as well as gain valuable knowledge and insights into emerging markets and trends through networking with hundreds of VIPs, brand marketers and agency executives.

The line-up of speakers and seminars include industry experts in Internet marketing fields such as web analytics, search marketing and website construction. A number of small interactive workshops will be offered, such as ‘Social Search – tips and tricks’ which will be lead by Kristjan Mar Hauksson, director of Nordic eMarketing in Iceland. Kristjan will give his insight into this new and important development in search marketing and discuss how a potential ‘revolution’ in search could change the Internet forever.

This year’s ad:tech event focuses primarily on the customer, and aims to give brands, agencies and publishers the knowledge, tools and confidence they need to better engage with consumers online. As Christophe Asselin, European marketing director at ad:tech explained, “That is what the September 2007 show is all about – the consumer. Mobile marketing, social media and interactive TV are radically changing how the consumer absorbs media, and through our expert guest speakers this is something that delegates will get the opportunity to see addressed.”

For full details on the London ad:tech Internet marketing show visit: www.ad-techlondon.co.uk

For more information on Nordic eMarketing visit: www.nordicemarketing.com

Published on: 12:00AM on 17th August 2007