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2009 Ypulse Youth Marketing Mashup ( - 01 June 2009

The most valuable youth marketing conference of 2009!

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Join top brand, corporate and social marketers, media professionals, educators and leaders of non-profit organizations to learn and share best practices, research and latest strategies on marketing to youth with technology.

Spotlight Keynote: Don Tapscott, Author, Grown Up Digital and Chairman, nGenera

REGISTER EARLY and save up to $200 with Ypulse Events 'Early Adopter' rates.
Social Media Portal members: Save an additional 10% using code SMP at registration!

Speakers & Panelists
Paul Yanover, EVP & Managing Director, Disney Online
Guy Kawasaki, Director, Garage Technology Ventures
Jason Davis, VP,
Bill Carter, Partner, Fuse
Donna Fenn, Author, Upstarts!
Josh Shipp, Advice Slinger,
Adam Aberman, Director of Global Digital Strategy, Youth Venture, Ashoka
Jacqueline Lane, Vice President, TeenEyes Division, C&R Research
Many more to be announced!

What New in 2009?
Campus youth marketing pre-conference
Urban marketing pre-conference
Tweens 'unconference
Ideas on frugal youth marketing
More brands and national non-profit marketers
New speakers and case studies
What's next in youth trends and technology
Practical ideas you can apply right away

About Ypulse
Ypulse is an integrated media platform with a Web site,, the Ypulse Daily Update newsletter and the Ypulse Youth Marketing Mashup series of youth marketing conferences which offer insight, resources and community for professionals who market to and work with tweens, teens and early twenty-somethings and who wish to reach them in an authentic, ethical way. The premier source for marketing and media professionals interested in successfully reaching and communicating with today's youth market using technology.

For general inquiries, call 510-832-1501 or email If you are interested in learning about event sponsorship, contact Anne Weiskopf at 978.443.3599 or

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