Share

____________________
Marketing

CRTC Chairman to Discuss Enforcement Efforts Regarding Unsolicited Communications with the Canadian Marketing Association

Toronto - The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is getting candid with marketers at the Canadian Marketing Association's (CMA) exclusive breakfast event on March 22nd. Held at the Toronto Board of Trade from 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., Jean-Pierre Blais, Chairman of the CRTC, will be delivering a speech entitled "Protecting Canadians from Unwanted Communications".
"CMA's self-regulatory code emphasizes trust, transparency and consumer choice," said Wally Hill, Vice President of Government and Consumer Affairs at CMA. "The Association is pleased that one of our industry's leading regulators will be joining us to talk about the Commission's mandate."
Attendees will get the scoop on the Commission's regulatory and enforcement responsibilities affecting marketers in today's rapidly evolving media landscape, in efforts to better protect Canadians from unsolicited communications. For complete details and to register visit theCMA.ca.

The Exchange Morning Post is a free business news service. Consider making a voluntary payment, to help us make this business and market news service better. Thanks in advance, your contribution is appreciated.
Content published on this site represents the opinion of the individual/organization and/or source provider of the Content. ExchangeMagazine.com is non-partisan, online journal. Privacy Policy. Copyright of Exchange produced editorial is the copyright of Exchange Business Communications Inc. 2015. Additional editorials, comments and releases are copyright of respective source(s) and/or institutions or organizations.
Exchange Magazine for Business
Subscription options:

Exchange Magazine Paper Version
Exchange Magazine - Digital version

MARKET EXCHANGES


_____________________


_____________________


_____________________


_____________________

 

Subscription Options