Most people have never heard of the Ad:tech conference in San Francisco, which occurred April 3-4. It’s billed as a networking event for executives in the digital advertising world. The speakers include  big-hitters such as Lisa Utzschneider, vp of global ad sales at Amazon and Tom Bedecarre, CEO of digital ad agency AKQA.

That’s the official conference agenda at least. In the adjoining exhibit halls, and at night, when sponsors throw parties, the real stars are the booth babes—women hired by companies looking to draw the attention of potential new clients. Digiday described it as providing “lots of lead-gen networks, tool providers and sundry other characters. It is also, alas, perhaps the last bastion of the ‘booth babe’ in digital media events.” Steve Hall, of the venerable Adrants blog, attended the event and posted these photos on Flickr. It’s eye-opening stuff.

 

These are the women of Fling.com, the online dating company. (Steve Hall of Adrants / Flickr)

 

This crew represented iballers, a dating affiliate ad network. (Steve Hall of Adrants / Flickr)

 

 

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This crew represented iballers, a dating affiliate ad network. (Photo by Steve Hall of Adrants / Flickr)

 

A few more iballers. (Photo by Steve Hall of Adrants / Flickr)

 

Clickbooth Grills & Bills party. (Photo by Steve Hall of Adrants / Flickr)

 

 

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