Gay, Lesbian Market Symposia Help Agents Increase Sales

AprilCommunity Marketing, Inc. and Pink Banana Media have announced half-day educational and networking symposia for business leaders interested in growing their LGBT market share. The California Gay & Lesbian Market Symposia follow successful programs held in New York City (2007) and Chicago (2008). These are the first venues for the popular educational programs in California. Participants from across the state, as well as throughout North America are invited to attend the Symposia.

San Francisco, Wednesday April 29, 8:30am to 12:30pm at the Nikko Hotel

Los Angeles, Thursday April 30, 8:30am to 12:30pm at the Marriott Los Angeles Airport

"In a soft economic market, the gay and lesbian segment presents an especially valid and viable opportunity for growth,” said David Paisley, the event organizer. “The Gay & Lesbian Market Symposium offers a comprehensive research, advertising, marketing, and communications forum that will help attendees reach a broad spectrum of LGBT consumers."

Whether you are a long-time LGBT market expert or new to the segment, you will attain insights and approaches into the LGBT marketplace. The event is dedicated to marketing, advertising and PR executives and agencies serving all industries who want to successfully reach Californian, American and international gay/lesbian consumers, and initiate or update effective strategies.

Attendance is limited in order to facilitate the best learning and networking environment. Gain practical take-aways and new approaches from the CMI and Pink Banana teams, and our strategic partners.

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