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Selfie sticks, drones banned from Encana Events Centre in Dawson Creek, B.C.

The Encana Events Centre, the arena that hosts concerts in Dawson Creek, B.C. has banned the use of selfie sticks and drones. Marketing Manager Brent Hodson said the ban is a proactive move as both items become more popular. I don't think I've actually seen a selfie stick in our venue now," he told Daybreak North's Russell Bowers.

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3 Must-Have Tools to Take the Guess Work Out of Content Marketing

Success as a content marketer is a combination of inspiration and analytics. At least the analytical part is getting easier.

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Canterbury Museum appoints Comms and Marketing Manager

Canterbury Museum has appointed Vicki Blyth to the position of Communications and Marketing Manager.

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Former MAC Marketing manager disciplined over fake Chinese buyers

The Real Estate Council of British Columbia has disciplined a former manager of MAC Marketing for his role in encouraging two employees to mislead the media and pose as buyers looking to invest in Vancouver's condo market.

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5 key lessons to learn from your peers about Automation and Cloud Management

What happens when five IT experts from major companies get on stage to share their experiences with automation and cloud management? The audience comes away much more enlightened about what it will really take to orchestrate in their own organization. Here five important lessons they shared. By Nimish Shelat, Product Marketing Manager, HP Automation and Cloud Management

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Fair gets new part-time manager

Don Bean brings many years of marketing and promotion expertise to the table as the Mother Lode Fair’s new part-time manager. He replaces Jan Haydn-Myer, who retired in 2011 and returned part time in 2012.

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Under Armour Wants To Ban Nike From Using The Phrase 'i Will'

NEW YORK Under Armour Inc. wants to protect its "I will" catchphrase. The athletic clothing maker, based in Baltimore, has filed a trademark infringement suit against Nike Inc., claiming its rival has inappropriately used variations of the phrase in its marketing.

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