Marketers, brand execs, agencies and more gathered at the AdNews Media + Marketing Summit in Melbourne last week.
Held at the Arts Centre, crowds of adland execs met to swot up on sessions including the promise of addressability – featuring top TV talent such as Nine Entertainment Co chief sales officer, Michael Stephenson; Seven Network’s head of programmatic sales and audiences Luke Smith; ThinkTV CEO Kim Portrate – among others. Moderated by PwC’s, Russel Howcroft, make sure you keep an eye on AdNews for more on the event.
Check out the photo gallery below for a glimpse.
Other hot topics from the day included digital transformation, Beyond #MeToo, AI, and we also looked into how to make the marriage between client and agency really work – with Clemenger Melbourne and NAB.
Speakers included World Vision CMO Terera Sperti; NAB general manager of brand experience Michael Nearhos; Clemenger creative chairman James McGrath; MediaMath commercial director Emil Mathias; Deloitte Digital’s Plus director Simon Stefanoff and many many more
There was also an insightful keynote from chief executive officer of Diversity Partners, a specialist consultancy that helps companies to achieve diversity progress and create more inclusive and high performing work environments, Dr Katie Spearritt.
This year's event presenting partner was Carat, our health and wellbeing sponsor was Tonic Health Media and our lunch sponsor Bloomberg Media Group. Bauer Media Group, DataXu, Facebook, Tribe, Amobee, ARN, NewsMediaWorks & ThinkTV also supported AdNews.
Stay tuned for more and if you missed some of the content from our Media + Marketing Summit, Sydney - see here.
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