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Benefits of Attending

It may only last two days, but you’ll reap the rewards of attending for months to come. Think of the Festival as a jumping-off point for your career: leave with first-hand insights from some of the industry’s biggest power players, as well as countless new connections.

Hear from senior marketers and marketing experts about their career success stories – and failures! Gain fresh perspective from others’ experiences and discover what goals to prioritise, what to put on the back burner and which costly mistakes to avoid making.

We’ve got a fantastic line-up of over 200 speakers including hard-to-reach CMOs at major brands and pioneering marketers, alongside industry gods including Sir Martin Sorrell - you can’t get this sitting at your desk.

The Festival of Marketing gives you:

  • New ways to collaborate and align your teams around the customer.
  • Strategies and skills needed to succeed in the era of digital transformation.
  • New ideas in great, multichannel customer experience.
  • The know how to supercharge your entire revenue cycle for greater efficiency and effectiveness.
  • How the role of the creative has changed and the type of creative ideas that breakthrough in the new landscape.
  • Skills to create great experiences that bring repeat sales and loyal customers.
  • Top practices, principles and strategies from winning multi-disciplinary campaigns.
  • The future trends and their implications for your industry and your marketing plan.

Benefits of Attending

 

Benefits of Attending

You can also:

  • Meet thousands of other senior marketing, media, creative and advertising professionals dealing with the same issues as you.
  • Hear direct insights from leaders in the field on what’s working (and what’s not!).
  • Discover state-of-the-art technologies that are enabling the harnessing of data like never before making marketing simpler and more effective.
     

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