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Midands Public Relations agency Punch Communications has arranged no less than five speaking slots for clients and contacts at the Ad:Tech London event, which runs from September 24th to 25th at London Olympia.

The digital PR Agency has arranged all clients to speak within the educational seminar programme that is running throughout the event, across five key topics. The event speakers are:

Wednesday 24th September 2008

11:50 - Emmet Geaney, Adify, Online Marketing / Ad Networks Session (Theatre 1): “Fragmentation is fact - It's time to monetise”
16:30 - Joel Cymberg, CEO, Glam Media, Online Marketing / Ad Networks Session (Theatre 1): 'Distributed Content' - a new advertising model

Thursday, 25th Septemer 2008

12:30 - Paul Fisher, Advent Venture Partners, Online Marketing / Ad Networks Session (Theatre 1): “The future of the advertising industry”
14:30 - Ze'ev Rozov, CEO Sportingo, Social Media / Targeting (Theatre 4): “The growth in importance - and monetisation - of User Generated Content (UGC)”
15:50 - Robin Callerm CEO, Goallover, Online Marketing / Ad Networks Session (Theatre 1): “Lead Generation: Defining industry best practice”

Pete Goold, Managing Director of Punch Communications, said:
“The fact that we have negotiated no less than five speaking slots underscores our ability to raise a brand’s profile in the digital media sector. With new clients Goallover and Reality Digital on board and more clients choosing to adopt our ePR services, we are continuing to be the PR agency of choice for businesses in this sector.”

The Punch website’s blog was recently accepted into Advertising Age’s ‘Power 150’ list of the most globally prominent marketing and media blogs. For more information regarding Ad:Tech London, please see

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