Webit Expo & Conferences 2010

27-29 Oct 2010 (Add to calendar) GMT
NDK (National Palace of Culture) , Sofia, BG

Webit is the Central and Eastern European best attended and biggest annual digital / internet industry event, attracting over 6000 visitors and tens of exhibitors.

Meet more than 6000 marketing, business, advertising, media, e-commerce professionals from Turkey, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, Macedonia and rest of CEE region.

Webit is the easiest way to find your suppliers.

Webit is the only event that brings you everything you need to formulate and implement your digital strategy, from online/mobile marketing to eCommerce, content management to hosting.

Webit showcases the leading suppliers, delivers biggest education program and brings together Europe’s largest collection of visionary individuals from marketing, IT, digital and ecommerce.

Webit provides the EU best Education Platform Among the Keynote speakers and presenters list you will find the Presidents and Vice Presidents and Directors of Facebook, Microsoft, BBC, Yahoo!, eBay, comScore, Grey, Ogilvy, McCan, adMob, Ericsson, Mobilera, Blyc, Hi Media, Goldbach Media etc.

The event is supported by IAB Europe, FEDMA, EIAA, MMA and more than 30 others international and local trade associations. Webit provides Unparalleled Industry Networking Webit is the only event for Central and Eastern Europe gathering most of the online strategists and tacticians form Europe, marketing and digital practitioners from the region of CEE. Webit also offers you the best opportunity to network with industry experts and your peers.

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