The Festival of marketing is one of the main digital marketing conferences held in central Europe. This marketing festival is organized annually since 2013 by Jindrich Faborsky with his team and the marketing festival company. The marketing festival this year is going digital. The festival is a week-long global event. The aim is to address key issues and opportunities that the marketing industry is facing now.
From the 5th of October to 9th October the event will be conducted online, tickets are available online to purchase now. For five days there will be 80 sessions with some the eminent persons joining up. To discuss, debate, and guide about the key issues and opportunities in the industry.
The speakers confirmed are –
- Chloe Pierre – thy.self, founder.
- Ines Ures – Deliveroo CMO
- Paul Pomroy – UK McDonald’s, CEO
- Claire Hannah – Unilever, Global Vice president of e-commerce
- Rupert Bedell – American Express, Vice president of marketing
- Nina Bibby – O2, CMO
- Mark Ritson – Columnist of Marketing Week, Virtual Professor
- Tom Wallis – Gusto, CMO
- Alex Weller – Marketing Director, Patagonia
- Helen Edwards – Passion Brand founder and marketing week Columnist
Live sessions, pre-recorded, and on-demand content along with an option to take part in masterclasses with speaker’s virtual systems administration and mentoring. And there will be ‘festival shorts’ small practical sessions on how to deliver change.
Marketing Industry is full of innovative, resourceful, and creative people says Marketing week chief Russell Parson. These people will be coming together in October to discuss, determine, and debate the best way to face the future. This a festival of marketing is not any crappy conference says, Ritson.
With the guidance of eminent personality from the world of marketing and beyond, the five days of inspiration, insight, and advice will be based on how to tackle the biggest challenges in marketing.
The main focus is on five key themes:
- Driving recovery and return to growth
- Creative effectiveness
- Leading change and setting strategy
- Understanding trends
- Delivering for customers
Marketing week’s parent company Xiem runs this marketing festival. Tickets are available for sale with a limited number for £199 + vat and full price tickets will cost £ 249 + vat.