DDAP's New York State of Mind
The advertising and publication markets, were among the print segments hardest hit by the roller-coaster economy, ballooning unemployment rates and terrorist activities of 2001. But 2002 is a new year, and now, more than ever, for industries to survive, it's vital that they exercise their rights to assemble. The DDAP recognizes that it's important to gather its members to continue with the business at hand—to resolve technological issues and create new processes that make for better brands and products.
DDAP plans to host its 2003 conference in New Orleans, but for 2002, it plans to bring it to the mecca of U.S. advertising and publishing—the Big Apple.
For more information about the DDAP or the 2002 Conference, "A New Decade, A New Digital Vision," visit www.ddap.org.
-Gretchen A. Kirby