Marketing and marketers can make a huge difference in the success of their business, their category, and in the wider world. But there are many things holding them back. Over two days in March, the Marketing Fest will return to provide the insight and inspiration that will help marketers transform their brand and career.
Ms. Norina Hertz, The New York Times The best-selling columnist, author and economic expert will open the first day of the festival with a very timely keynote on “Understanding the Nonsense: What is Changing in the World and Why It Matters.” During this half-hour session, Hertz will transform our transforming society, culture, and economy, and what it means for business and marketing, as well as the implications for meeting the needs of customers and employees.
Another high-profile speaker on the agenda is Anne Boden, CEO and founder of Starling Bank. Yan Le Buzek, Founder and CEO of the School of Marketing; Nicola Matthews, “Countess of Cocoa” (UKI Chief Marketing Officer) at Tony’s Chocolonely; Simon Michaelides, Head of Marketing and Innovation at UKTV/BBC Studios UK; Dan Brooke, CEO of Smart Energy GB and President of the British Film Awards; With many others announced and still to come.
This year’s hybrid event allows marketers to attend the festival on their own terms, with Early Bird passes now available (until Sunday 13th February, or until tickets run out) for one day in person, two days in person, or virtually only (personal passes also provide access to all sessions). default). There are also group discounts available for teams of five or more on a one- and two-day pass – contact the Marketing Festival team to find out more.
Each day of the festival offers different content and sessions, with the first day being the subject of ‘Thinking and Acting Differently’, and the second day ‘What It Could Look Like’. Visit the Festival of Marketing website to learn more about the topics covered each day, and get the right card for you.
We hope to see you there!