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  1. Obama Speech to Congress Relevant to SES New York Delegates

    In fact, Fredrick Marckini, the chief global search officer of Isobar, made this point during his keynote speeches at SES London 2008 and SES Toronto 2008. President Barack Obama's speech to Congress on last night contained a number of relevant...

  2. Top stories and blog posts from SES Toronto Day 2

    Fredrick Marckini, the Founder of iProspect and Chief Global Search Officer of Isobar, gave the opening keynote. Fredrick Marckini of Isobar on Tracking Offline Conversions Search Engine Strategies Toronto wrapped up yesterday.

  3. Who to see at Search Engine Strategies Hamburg

    Erica Schmidt, Global Director of Search, Isobar Steuereinnahmen Ìbertreffen SchÀtzungen Financial Times Deutschland English translation): Tax revenues exceed estimates Financial Times Germany Google klebt News auf die Weltkarte

  4. Fredrick Marckini to Give Opening Keynote at SES Toronto

    Fredrick Marckini, chief global search officer of Isobar, will be giving the opening keynote speech at SES Toronto on Tuesday, June 17, 2008. While he was in London, I interviewed him about his keynote speech on search engine marketing trends and...

  5. Ad agencies should slide on down to SES New York

    Erica Schmidt, Global Director of Search, Isobar; Whether you work at one of the top 10 ad agencies on Madison Avenue, or you head up an Internet advertising agency in Silicon Alley, you folks could use “a little churching up.

  6. Search Marketing in Brazil: Report from SES Latino

    But on the agency side, AgênciaClick, the leading interactive agency in Brazil and one of most awarded in international ad festivals around the globe, was acquired early this year by ISOBAR (part of Aegis Group and owner of Carat and iProspect...

  7. A bid for Aegis

    An unknown entity, probably an agency holding company, has approached Aegis -- which contains the Isobar network's iProspect, Carat Fusion and numerous other interactive businesses -- with a a bid worth 140 pence per share, or U.S.billion.