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Sixth annual Buying & Selling eContent, An Executive Conference, presented by Information Today Inc., April 10-12, 2005, The Camelback Inn, Scottsdale, AZ. Conference brochure describes the event "as the industry meeting where you can build valuable relationships and explore potential partners and deals. This is were content industry executives, major enterprise buyers, and content solution providers gather to hear major industry trends and issues and to discuss how to work together to achieve growth, profitability, and success."

Keynote speaker is David Weinberger, Berkman Center Fellow, web visionary, philosopher, and co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto (see sidebar below). The approximately 30 other speakers and panalists include Don Hawk, co-founder and president of TechTarget.

Fees--which include access to all conference sessions, continental breakfasts, lunches, welcome reception and "southwestern dinner," conference portfolio, and attendee list--are $1,495 before March 18, $1,595 after March 18.

For more information and registration, contact Information Today.

143 Old Marlton Pike, Medford, NJ 08055, 800-300-9868 or 609-654-6266, fax 609-654-4309, custserv@infotoday, www.buy-sell-econtent.com
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