Spotify and Mitsubishi join AdNews Live: Adelaide Amplified line-up

By AdNews | 22 February 2021
Karen Bradley

Spotify AUNZ senior creative strategist Matt Bryant and Mitsubishi senior marketing manager Karen Bradley are the latest additions to the AdNews Live: Adelaide Amplified line-up.

Celebrating the creativity and innovation, AdNews’ first industry conference in Adelaide will be hosted at Ayers House on March 4 from 1pm until 6pm.


Co-curated with the Adelaide Advertising and Design Club and Adelaide Media Club, AdNews Live: Adelaide Amplified will spotlight the local industry and its place in adland, as well as showcase the world-class work it has to offer.

Bryant and Bradley join a speaker line-up which also includes Defence SA executive director defence and space Reg Carruthers,  founder and managing director of Academy Award-winning visual effects company Rising Sun Pictures Tony Clark, Amplified Intelligence founder and CEO Professor Karen Nelson-Field, South Australian Tourism Commission executive director of marketing Brent Hill and University of Adelaide CMO Benjamin Grindlay.

Delegates will also hear from Starcom Melbourne and Adelaide MD Stuart Jaffray, KWP media director Michelle Grogan, Showpony managing director Jamie Scott, Nine managing director and director of sales in Adelaide Sean O’Brien, Wavemaker Adelaide managing director Matt Hofmeyer, Carat Adelaide managing director Vikki Friscic, SCA director of sales Adelaide Rob Iannazzo and SCA national head of creativity for The Studio Matt Dickson.

AdNews would like to thank our wonderful supporting sponsors Boomtown, Carat/Dentsu, SCA, Nine, OMD Adelaide/Jarvis Marketing and oOh!media; co-curators Adelaide Advertising and Design Club and Adelaide Media Club; and our networking partner Taylors Wine.

Purchase your tickets for the event here.

AdNews Live: Adelaide Amplified

Date: March 4, 2021

Time: 1pm-6pm

Location: The Conservatorium at Ayers House

288 North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000



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