Media + Marketing Summit Sydney: early bird - 12 hours to go!!

By AdNews | 4 April 2018

Early bird tickets for this year’s Media + Marketing Summit (Sydney) on May 4 close this Friday.

Early bird tickets for the event are still available - $585 including GST per person for groups of five, or $610 including GST per single ticket.

On this year’s spectacular bill: Sarah Styles (head of female engagement for Cricket Australia) in an exclusive keynote.
DDB and Maccas will reveal the secrets of their 45-years long partnership.

Jules Lund will deliver an interactive session that will show how creative agencies will be going up against UGC as media channels proliferate.

Consultancies RXP, KPMG and Deloitte will explain how their businesses differ, and will answer ANY questions from the floor.

Carat will take to the stage to show how Blockchain will bring transparency to the media business

Google will host an exclusive AI workshop, with their brand marketer partners (amazing Aussie brands to be confirmed next week).

And finally, we will bring out the big guns to explain why addressable TV is tipped to be the future. More on that to come.

And if that’s not enough, we’ll also be taking care of you: meditation teacher Tom Cronin will take you on a transcendental ride!

We are also pleased to be hosting our AdNews Upfronts for the first time, where partners ThinkTV, ARN, NewsMediaWorks and Amobee will deliver quickfire agnostic presentations on where they expect their part of the industry to head in the next 12-18 months.

The AdNews Media + Marketing Summit, Sydney takes place on May 4 at The Eternity Playhouse, Darlinghurst Theatre, Darlinghurst.

Carat is our presenting partner for a second year in a row. We would also like to thank our ongoing partners Tonic, REA, Amobee, ARN, News Media Works and Think TV.

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