Masterclass

Masterclass Advertising Law and Social Media

Masterclass Advertising Law and Social Media

Masterclass Advertising Law and Social Media

07.04.2016

On Thursday 7 April 2016, Stibbe will host a Masterclass in Advertising Law and Social Media, designed for legal counsel and those dealing with advertising and marketing in social media.

 

Janna van Olst will give an overview of the applicable rules, recent developments and the latest case law with regard to advertising law in social media. This Masterclass is a cooperation between Stibbe and Be Socialized, an online and social media marketing agency. Jesse Gosse, owner of Be Socialized, will tell you more about the possibilities and effectiveness of advertising in social media. 

For more information and registration, please contact us: seminar@stibbe.com.

Kindly note this seminar will be held in Dutch.

 

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