Advertising Week is the world’s premier annual gathering of marketing and communications leaders each year in New York City.

With more than 200 distinct events, The Week is a hybrid of thought leadership Seminars featuring the industry’s best and brightest and engaging special events which galvanize targeted constituencies. Spawned from creative roots in 2004, Advertising Week now draws from the client, media and broader cultural communities with a laser focus on key business drivers which shape and influence the global industry.

Measured by breath, scope and impact, Advertising Week transcends standard industry conferences and The Week moves the needle on key industry challenges like talent and diversity via GeneratioNext and Advertising Futures.

What is Advertising Week's mission?

Advertising Week’s mission is to galvanize the industry by creating an entertaining, enlightening and engaging platform for disparate parts of the business. Along the way, The Week is a tangible force – moving key industry goals around talent and diversity forward via GeneratioNext, Advertising Futures and serving as the primary catalyst to create New York City’s first public high school dedicated to advertising and media . . . the High School for Innovation, Advertising & Media in Canarsie, Brooklyn.

When is Advertising Week?

September 23 – September 27, 2013. Advertising Week takes place at multiple venues (mainly around Midtown Manhattan) in New York City.

Advertising Week is governed by an independent Board of Directors. Day to day, The Week is run by Stillwell Partners. The Week also enjoys strong organizational support from more than 30 major industry trade associations.

How is Advertising Week Funded?

Advertising Week receives no public or private subsidies or industry grants – it is a self-sustaining enterprise, privately funded by our fantastic Corporate Partners led by AOL, AT&T, Billboard, Clear Channel, Electronic Arts, Facebook, Kodak, Microsoft, NBC Universal, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Panasonic, and other supporters like, Aerva, ContextWeb, GE, Interpublic, Johnson & Johnson, USA Today . . . And many more, including the members of the Advertising Week Organizing Committee. You may also download a copy of the 2012 Official Guide to view the ads placed in the Guide by our extended family of supporters.

How Do I Receive Updates from Advertising Week?

Follow us on Twitter: @advertisingweek
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Email us or give us a call at (212) 967-0091

How do I register for Advertising Week?

Easy, simply go to the registration page, choose your package, follow the four easy steps and you're registered for Advertising Week. You can also register a group from your company on the same page.

The Advertising Week calendar of events will be launching soon so check back frequently for updates.