January 28 2004: Interactive Advertising Bureau UK annual Brand Marketing Forum. This forum draws together research and case studies to help marketers understand how to use online. Guest speaker is Jeremy Bullmore. Taking place at the Electric Cinema, London. Contact: 01732 887 367

February 24 to 26 2004: International Confex. Forum for the conferences, meetings, events and corporate hospitality industries. There will be 1300 exhibiting companies from more than 70 countries at the event, which takes place at Earls Court 1, London. Contact: 0870 7511 400

March 2 to 4 2004: The International Direct Marketing Fair. This event covers everything in the DM world, such as e-mail, telemarketing, web sites, SMS and post. Organised by Reed Exhibitions, it takes place at Earls Court 2, London. Contact: 020 8910 7162

March 29 to April 1 2004: Total Processing and Packaging. This event will address the requirements of specialists and broad-based all-rounders in the packaging sector. Organised by Reed Exhibitions, it takes place at Birmingham's NEC. Contact: 020 8910 7979.


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