5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, California 95054

SVAMA May 2007 Marketing Thought Conference
Revolutionary innovations start with an idea or concept that solves the challenges we face today. What is the next big idea to change the face of marketing? Are you the one to bring it to life? Join us as we discover "Ideas That Drive Results" Thursday, May 31, 2007, at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

Marketing Thought is a ground breaking mid-day conference that focuses on high level ideas and concepts that can be filtered down to accelerate and enhance the use of tools, tactics, and strategies that drive results.

This mid-day conference will feature the following:

Presentations from two nationally-recognized marketing thought leaders:
* Guy Kawasaki (The Art of Innovation and the Art of the Start)
* Andy Sernovitz (Word of Mouth Marketing)
* The Marketing Thought publishing contest where you'll hear groundbreaking ideas and concepts from your fellow marketers.
* Two networking sessions in our Partner Pavilion to collaborate with colleagues on how to improve the way we do business today.

Please register early; reservations close on May 25th, 2007, and we will not be able to accommodate walk-ins at this event.


10:00am - 11:00am Registration and Networking
11:00am - 11:15am Welcome
11:15am - 12:00pm Publishing Contest Finalists
12:00pm - 1:00pm Keynote Luncheon, Andy Sernovitz
1:00pm - 2:00pm Keynote Address, Guy Kawasaki
2:00pm - 4:00pm Networking and Book Signing

Limited Seating Available. Register Today!

All registrations include a free copy of Word of Mouth Marketing by Andy Sernovitz and the opportunity to buy an advanced copy of the book Marketing Thought for less the half the list price.

Advanced Pricing (additional $30 after April 20, 2007)

SVAMA Members: $65
SVAMA Partner Members (CMO Council, BMA, PRSA, WOMMA): $95
SVAMA Non-Members: $125
New Members*: $315
(*New Member registration includes conference admission and AMA Internat'l & SVAMA local memberships)

Official Website: http://svama.net/mt/

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