First stop … Sonoma, California for the AdMonsters US Publisher Forum on August 15-18! Please be sure to look for Ward Flock, Director of Publisher Development and Tom Weedon, VP of Publisher Services, in their black and red Rubicon gear. Ward and Tom are excited to mingle with the group on Sunday night, learn more about Publisher’s challenges in the market and share some of the industry trends we have seen in 2010. Of course, you’ll also find them at Monday night’s cocktail hour and dinner. Sonoma here we come!
Next up … a nonstop September! First things first, hallo Germany! Our international team will be hitting the conference floor at DMEXCO in Germany on September 15-16. You’ll find us in booth space G-053 with plenty of collateral surrounding our technology, products & services. In addition to this, our VP and GM of International, Jay Stevens, will be presenting a Rubicon Project overview and showcasing our award winning yield optimization platform, REVV.
Following DMEXCO, our international team will make the trek back to London for ad:tech UK. On September 22nd at 10:30am, don’t miss Ben Trenda, VP of US Demand, present “Get Real: How RTB and DSPs Impact the Online Advertising Industry.” Ben and team will also be working the conference floor – meeting and mingling with industry leaders interested in learning more about the Rubicon Project (and of course, sharing a few pints of beer with current customers and partners).
Just when you thought we couldn’t possibly be traveling anywhere else in September, guess again. Off to New York Advertising Week we go! You’ll find a few Rubicon Project team members at IAB MIXX on September 27th & 28th – look for the black shirts around booth #118. Last, but certainly not least, we’ll be in the fine presence of AdMonsters once again at the OPS Forum on September 30th. It is here that our very own, Josh Wexler, will be introducing Gordon McLeod, President of The Wall Street Journal Digital Network. Although this is the first OPS event AdMonsters has put on, we are sure it is going to be a success and look forward to seeing our industry peers in attendance. Rumor has it the tickets for this event will increase by September 1st, so be sure to register TODAY!
If you’ll be attending any of these events and are interested in setting up a meeting with a Rubicon Project team member, please email email@example.com.Tags: customers, events-old, new york, premium publisher, rubicon project