Calendar of Events

Women to Watch Luncheon New York, July 29

Presented by Advertising Women of New York at the New York Hilton. For info, call (212) 221-7969 or visit

Jupiter Advertising Forum New York, July 30-31

An interactive-marketing conference and expo held by Jupitermedia at the Crowne Plaza Times Square. For info, call (203) 662-2963 or visit


The Association of National Advertisers holds “Media Strategy,” “TV and Print Production” and “Direct Marketing/Opt in Marketing,” among others, at the Westin Times Square. For info or to register, call (212) 697-5950 or visit

NEW BUSINESS INSTITUTE Miami, Aug. 4; New York, Aug. 11

Produced by Sanders Consulting Group and presented by Adweek.

For info, visit

Advertising Summer School Chicago, Aug. 5-7

The Second Wind Network hosts the daylong seminars “Powerful New Business Skills,” “The Complete Guide to Account Service” and “How to Write a Strategic Marketing Plan” at the Allerton Crowne Plaza. For info, call (610) 374-9093 or visit

The Ad Club Open Plymouth, Mass., Aug. 11

The golf tournament takes place at Pinehills Golf Club. For info, call (617) 262-1100, or visit

DMA List Vision Conference New York, Aug. 11-12

The Direct Marketing Association hosts a preconference work-

shop Aug. 11 at the DMA Seminar Center and the conference Aug. 12 at the Marriott Marquis. For info, call (212) 790-1500 or visit

Dc Ad Club Networking Event Alexandria, Va., Aug. 18

Hosted by The Advertising Club of Metropolitan Washington at Murphy’s Grand Irish Pub. For info, call (703) 683-5954 or visit

E-mail Marketing Day Lancaster, Pa., Aug. 18

Sponsored by direct and e-mail marketing company Listrak at the Eden Resort Inn. For info, call (717) 627-4528 or visit

DMA B-to-B Marketing Conference Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 8-10

The Direct Marketing Association holds the event at The Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa. For info, call (212) 790-1500 or visit

4A’s Account Planning Conference Boca Raton, Fla., Sept. 8-10

Presented by the American Association of Advertising Agencies at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. For info, call (212) 850-0850; to register, visit

Francis W. Hatch Awards Show Boston, Sept. 10

The Ad Club recognizes the best ads in New England at a location to be announced. For info, call (617) 262-1100, ext. 17, or visit

CMO Council Summit San Francisco, Sept. 18

The council sponsors this gathering of chief marketing officers from global technology companies at a yacht on San Francisco Bay. For info, call (650) 328-5555, ext. 272, or visit

M&M Awards London, Sept. 18

The international-advertising event, organized by Media & Marketing Europe, takes place at the Grosvenor House. For info, visit

Ray of Light Art Auction New York, Sept. 18

Held in memory of McCann-Erickson art director Ray D’Amelio, who was shot to death in June 2002. Proceeds fund the Ray of Light College Prep Scholarship and Master Classes Program at the Harlem School of the Arts. For info or to donate artwork, contact Barbara Boyle at (917) 770-5200 or

AAF 10th District top guns Leadership Conference Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 18-21

The American Advertising Federation event is hosted by the Advertising Club of Fort Worth at the Radisson. For info, call (817) 370-8746 or visit

ADWEEK ‘S 29th CREATIVE SEMINAR New Orleans, Sept. 22-23

“Quench Your Creative Thirst” takes place at the Ritz-Carlton. Keynote presenters include Trevor Beattie, David Lubars, Steffan Postaer and Bob Scarpelli. Presented in association with Shoot. For info, visit


The Association of National Advertisers sponsors “Internet Advertising and Marketing” and “Mastering the Agency Relationship,” among others, at The Ritz-Carlton Phoenix. For info or to register, call (212) 697-5950 or visit

AMA’s Corporate Branding 2003 Chicago, Oct. 21-22

The American Management Association hosts the conference at the Marriott O’Hare. For info, call (800) 262-9699 or visit


Presented by Adweek, Brandweek, Mediaweek, Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter at The Fairmont Miramar. For info, visit

AAF Advertising Hall of Achievement New York, Nov. 18

The American Advertising Federation honors advertising superachievers age 40 and younger at a ceremony at The Waldorf-Astoria. For info, contact Lisa Rubin at (202) 371-2323 or