AdNews Live: Brisbane Amplified; Amart marketer Sam Viney on board

By AdNews | 9 September 2019

Sam Viney, marketing director at Amart Furniture, will join AdNews senior journalist Josh McDonnell, for a one-on-one fireside chat, wrapping up proceedings at AdNews Live: Brisbane Amplified.

A former Westpac marketer, Viney was customer interaction lead for ALDI South at the global headquarters in Germany, and before that marketing director for ALDI Australia.

Under Viney’s lead, ALDI Australia several effectiveness awards, helped to deliver strong sales growth and market share for the supermarket chain. He also spent four years with BMF Australia on the Aldi account.

Amart Furniture has been building its brand successfully over the past few years by engaging in clever marketing tactics, expanding its product range and opening new stores. Viney will reveal the scope of his work and some of the plans the brand has for the future.

Tickets for the event, which are selling fast, are available here. They are priced at $129.00 each until the end of this week. 

Last week we announced that founder, CEO, and chief behavioural scientist, Dr John Pickering, from Brisbane-based Behaviour Innovation will be our keynote speaker.

An early draft program of the event is available here.

The full line-up of speakers will be announced next week.

AdNews Live: Brisbane Amplified is a half-day event, co-curated with the Brisbane Advertising Association, that will seek to inform, educate and entertain. Taking place October 29 at Inchcolm's Ovolo Hotel, it will deliver on the topics and issues that matter most to you, we will bring together the most accomplished local and nationwide speakers to engage our delegates. The event will also serve as a best-in-show for Brisbane campaigns, while networking will close the day's formalities during post-event drinks.

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