The University of South Florida’s Social Marketing in Public Health Conference & Training Academy will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary on 11-14 June 2010. The conference theme is Milestones in Social Marketing: Past, Present, and Future and will feature special plenary session speaker Philip Kotler, PhD. The University of South Florida and our partner, AED, are excited for the opportunity to reflect on the past 20 years and appreciate the countless people who have contributed to the sustenance and nurturing of the conference. We anticipate that the 2010 conference will provide participants with a unique and memorable experience. The conference is designed for social marketers, public health professionals, health educators, and program administrators who plan programs for a variety of settings, such as the CDC, state/local health departments, public health agencies, and non-profit organizations, among others. Sessions are offered for researchers, practitioners, and students. Abstracts are being accepted for review until 18 Januray 2010. For more information.
Queensland University of Technology and Griffith University will host the 2010 International Nonprofit & Social Marketing Conference on 15-16 July 2010 in Brisbane, Australia. The theme of this conference will be Connecting Thought and Action. Abstracts for this conference are being accepted until 15 February 2010. Headliners for this conference include Gerard Hastings and yours truly. For more information.
The 2nd World Non-Profit and Social Marketing Conference will take place in Dublin, Ireland, 11-12 April 2011. It will bring together those interested in applying strategic communications, marketing and behaviour change methodology to solve key social challenges.
Themes that will be used to structure the conference key notes, parallel programme and workshops include:
Rational and Non rational behaviour and how to influence it
Intersectoral collaboration to tackle behavioural challenges
Global learning systems including the new Global Social Marketing Network
The 2nd World Conference will be structured to encourage the maximum amount of group and social networking. As well as key note presentations by leading experts and thinkers the conference will include, a market place to swap and share ideas and projects, a chance to meet the gurus, a poster presentation area, a full workshop and seminar programme, and an extensive exhibition area. Additionally, a social programme is being designed to ensure that delegates coming alone or for the first time will be supported to interact with many other delegates as well as have a great time in a wonderful city. For more information.
So make your plans early and get those abstracts in. See you in Clearwater Beach, Brisbane and Dublin!