Renowned speakers share insights with local marketers at one day conference 

The Canadian Marketing Association Manitoba Chapter will host Digital Day: Social. Mobile. Local. on Thursday October 20 in Winnipeg. 

More than 150 of the city’s leading marketers are gathering at the Fort Garry Hotel for this dynamic one-day conference. It’s the third year for Digital Day, which showcases speakers from across Canada exploring the latest digital trends, new technologies and strategies for implementation. 

Jason Abbott

“Marketers are constantly challenged to evolve with technological developments in the industry,” said Jason Abbott, president of the CMA’s Manitoba Chapter. “To remain current and competitive, it’s critical for businesses in Winnipeg to explore the latest trends and apply them here in our local market. That’s why we’re pleased to offer such a great learning and networking opportunity.”  


Participants taking in the 2010 Digital Day will have the chance to hear from a number of informative and engaging speakers, including the following: 

  • Amber MacArthur, Host of CTV’s App Central and author of Power Friending: Demystifying Social Media to Grow Your Business
  • Shane Gibson, Author of Gorilla Social Marketing
  • Scott MacKay, President, Probe Research Inc.
  • Louise Clements, Vice-President, Digital and Interactive, Rogers Consumer Publishing
  • Paul McEnany, Director Strategy, Twist Image 


The CMA Manitoba Chapter educates the marketing community and provides a forum for industry professionals to meet and share information. A source for up-to-date knowledge and professional development, the CMA Manitoba Chapter is a regional division of the CMA National. 

The CMA National is the largest marketing association in Canada with members representing over 800 corporations including large, mid-range and small companies from varying sectors. The Association promotes industry growth, development and education. 


Jason Abbott
President, Canadian Marketing Association Manitoba Chapter
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