Milton, Canada, June 25, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- CASL compliance is coming in a week on July 1, 2014. Advertising, marketing, and creative agencies need to be ready for themselves and their clients. PIVOTSTACK along with its sponsors is holding a CASL Compliance Planning Workshop for Ad Agencies this Thursday, June 26 at 3pm EDT to address the concerns that agencies might have. There will be 3 expert a panelists to give an overview of CASL, as well as answer specific questions. The live seminar will be held at the MEV Innovation Centre in Milton, on 555 Industrial Dr. There is an option to attend the live seminar, as well as to view the live webinar at it is streamcated. Webinar attendees will be able to ask questions both through email and Twitter to @pivotstack.
The three panelists include:
Derek Lackey - Managing Director: -30-
In a distinguished advertising career of well over two decades, Derek Lackey has consistently combined entrepreneurial spirit with street-smart marketing while working with major international brands such as Canon, Air Canada Vacations, Arthur Andersen Co., Pioneer Electronics, AGFA Film, American Express, and many others. His focus since 2006 has been internet marketing - finding ways to effectively fuse traditional advertising with social media.
Christopher Oates - Lawyer: Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
Chris Oates is an associate in Gowlings’ Toronto office, practising in the area of privacy, advertising, marketing and regulatory law. Chris’s practice includes advising clients on privacy law, including drafting and reviewing privacy policies and advising on privacy in the context of social media, consumer marketing campaigns, electronic commerce and Canada's new anti-spam legislation. His practice also includes all matters pertaining to direct-to-consumer marketing.
Matt Vernhout - CPO & Manager, Deliverability: Inbox Marketer
Matthew is Inbox Marketer's Chief Privacy Officer and Manager of Deliverability. His long time involvement in the privacy and anti-spam community dates back to the early 2000's and the US CAN-SPAM legislation. In 2004, Matthew was invited to participate in the Canadian Federal Anti-Spam Task Force (FAST-F) which developed the early guidelines for the anti-spam legislation framework in Canada. Matthew currently sits on the Executive Board for the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE) and the Direct Marketing Association of Canada (DMAC). Matthew has also held the designation Certified Information Privacy Professional Canada (CIPP/C) since 2008.
The cost for the webinar is $45. If you wish to attend in-person or via webinar, you can get your tickets at: