June 4-6: GLOBAL INTERNET SUMMIT, at Le Meridien Montparnasse, Paris, sponsored by Jupiter Communications. Sessions on opportunities for European content providers and the debate over proprietary online services vs. the World Wide Web. Call (212) 780-6060 or (800) 488-4345, e-mail email@example.com, or go to http://www.jup.com.
June 6: MINING THE INTERNET, at the Hynes Convention Center, Boston, sponsored by Dataquest. Analysts from Dataquest and Gartner Group lead sessions on virtual banking, intranets, new business models and what's ahead in the next five years. Call (717) 476-9117 or go to http://www.dataquest.com.
June 12-14: INTERNET EXPO, WEB WORLD & E-MAIL WORLD, at Chicago's Navy Pier, sponsored by DCI. Internet conference features addresses by Charles Wang, CEO of Computer Associates International, and Alan Baratz, president of JavaSoft. Call (508) 470-3880, e-mail ConfReg@dciexpo.com, or go to http://www.DCIexpo.com.
June 17-19: @D:TECH 96-THE CONVERGENCE OF TECHNOLOGY WITH MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS AND ADVERTISING, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, sponsored by ConEx Marketing. Featured speakers include George Gilder, contributing editor/founder, Forbes ASAP, and Bruce Judson, general manager, Time Inc. New Media. Call (800) 370-8282 or (617) 965-8000, or go to http://www.ad-tech.com.
June 23-25: E://COMM'96, at the Renaissance Hotel, Washington, D.C., produced and managed by Gordon Production Group. This conference focusing on the telecommunications industry includes sessions on making money on the Internet, safe online transactions and the effects of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Call (800) 809-4276.
Go to Ad Age's Web site (http://www.adage.com/IMM/confevents.html).