The Bay Area Interactive Group (BIG), a professional trade association for digital marketers, will host its first 2006 FREQUENCY mixer on Wednesday, March 29. The event, sponsored by Advertising Age, is being held in conjunction with the inaugural San Francisco User-Generated Ad show, taking place that night.
The FREQUENCY event is open to all Bay Area professionals and students involved in digital marketing, online advertising, new media and publishing. It gives attendees a chance to meet, socialize and share trends about the evolving digital marketing industry.
The inaugural San Francisco User-Generated Ad Show, sponsored by BIG, will take place across the street from 7:00 to 8:00 pm at the Academy of Art University theater at 491 Post Street in San Francisco. The event will showcase user-created video and animation clips submitted by local students and members of the public. With co-sponsor Academy of Art University, BIG has teamed with several of its member agencies and their clients' brands to create more than a dozen advertising assignments to showcase consumer-generated ads. Agencies that have submitted assignments or are supplying judges for the show include AKQA, Agency.com, Carat Fusion, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, Grey, McCann, Organic, Real Branding and Tribal DDB. For contest details, visit www.fasttwitchmedia.com.
More details: www.sfbig.com
BIG (Bay Area Interactive Group) is a non-profit professional association dedicated to championing innovation in digital marketing to brand marketers, publishers and agencies through educational, networking and association events. Since BIG?s debut in September 2004, BIG has secured over 200 corporate members and more than 1,000 individual memberships. For more information, or to learn how to become a member, go to www.sfbig.com.
Added by ddsol on March 20, 2006