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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. In 2016, we heard from Apple’s founder Steve Wozniak and the world’s most powerful adman 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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2016 speakers

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