Social Marketing-Related Conferences and Workshops

  • UK Social Marketing Conference: November 8, 2011.   At this year's event the conference will be exploring and sharing innovations in social marketing practice, technology and theory. The theme of the event is how to integrate marketing with other key policy and implementation methodologies to deliver solutions to current social challenges.
  • Digital Health Communication Extravaganza: February 15-17. Information and communication technology is revolutionizing how health information is created, shared, accessed, and applied. We invite you to explore the exciting potential of these revolutionary technologies at the Digital Health Communication Extravaganza (DHCX) from February 15-17, 2012 in Orlando, Florida at the luxurious Peabody Orlando Hotel.
  •  Social Marketing Advances in Research and Theory (SMART) Conference: April 26-28, 2012. The Center for Socially Responsible Marketing at the University of Lethbridge will be hosting their third “Social Marketing Advances in Research and Theory” (SMART) conference.  The conference will provide a forum for presenting and discussing high quality theoretical and empirical social marketing and non-profit research, as well as an opportunity to network with other scholars working in these areas. Original manuscripts and special topic sessions are sought for presentation at the conference.  In an effort to accommodate all high quality manuscripts, there is no specific social marketing theme. In addition to social marketing manuscripts, nonprofit and corporate social responsibility manuscripts are also welcome.  All manuscripts will be blind peer reviewed. Submission deadline is December 10th, 2011.  Submit all documents electronically to srm@uleth.ca.
  • Social Marketing in Public Health: June 13-16, 2012Social Marketing in Public Health offers a combination of plenary presentations by internationally recognized social marketing experts on topics of interest to learners at all levels. These sessions are balanced between introductory and more advanced audiences. The specific topics and speakers are selected to elaborate on key elements of the social marketing approach and to illustrate how social marketing can be applied to a wide variety of public health topics.

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