Posts tagged with Festival Of Marketing

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Brand marketing chief at EliteSingles on metrics, channel mix and the future of dating

Bart Visser is Director of Brand Marketing at EliteSingles and one of the excellent speakers appearing at the Festival of Marketing, October 4-5 in London.

I caught up with him to ask a few qeustions about marketing a dating service and he provided some fascinating insights. Before you start reading, a reminder that you can buy your Festival tickets and view the agenda here.

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Stephen Fry to headline the Festival of Marketing 2017

It’s our very great pleasure to announce Stephen Fry as the latest headliner for the Festival of Marketing 2017.

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Mark Ritson & Byron Sharp to headline Festival of Marketing 2017

The latest headline attraction for the Festival of Marketing 2017 has just been announced, with attendees getting two marketing heavyweights for the price of one.

Professors Byron Sharp and Mark Ritson will square off in the most important debate you’ll hear this year, offering their own bold visions for the future of our industry.

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Jo Malone announced as first headliner for Festival of Marketing 2017

Jo Malone MBE, founder and creative director of Jo Loves, is to headline the Festival of Marketing 2017.

The English perfumer, who previously built the Jo Malone London brand before selling to Estée Lauder in 1999, will share her branding expertise as well as her entrepreneurial journey.

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The winners: Masters of Marketing Awards 2016

This week saw the Masters of Marketing 2016 award winners announced at a star-studded dinner hosted by Stephen Mangan.

The event kickstarted the two-day Festival of Marketing (headlined by Steve Wozniak, Martin Sorrell, Keith Weed and Katie Price), where award winners and nominees had their work showcased in the Festival Gallery.

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10 things that thrill me every year at the Festival of Marketing

We are only a month out from 2016's Festival of Marketing, October 5-6 in London.

Here's why it thrills me every year.

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Announcing the shortlist for The Masters of Marketing Awards 2016

Our esteemed jury has been hard at work sorting the great from the good, and the Masters of Marketing Awards 2016 shortlist can finally be revealed.

The winners will be announced on 4 October, during a big bash that will kick off the Festival of Marketing.

As usual, shortlisted work will be displayed in the Masters Gallery to 3,000 marketers at the Festival, which runs 5-6 October (buy your tickets here).

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Marketers, should we be more honest about gender stereotyping?

Earlier this year I attended the Women in Tech ‘Advocating Inclusivity’ event. As an icebreaker we were asked to solve a riddle, you may have heard it before:

A father and son are in a car accident. The father dies instantly, but the son is taken to a hospital.  The surgeon comes in and says, “I can’t operate on this boy.”

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Festival of Marketing 2016 agenda: 200 speakers over 12 stages

We've already made some fantastic announcements about this year's Festival of Marketing.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and WPP chief exec Martin Sorrell are two of the headline speakers at the event, which runs October 5th to 6th in London.

But now the full agenda is live, showcasing more than 200 speakers over 12 stages.

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Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, to headline Festival of Marketing 2016

Silicon Valley icon Steve Wozniak will headline this year's Festival of Marketing.

The personal-computer pioneer and philanthropist heads a packed lineup at the unique event, which takes place on 5-6 October in London.

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Three reasons to enter the Masters of Marketing Awards 2016

The deadline for entry to The Masters of Marketing Awards is this Friday (June 17th).

Here's why you should enter.

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10 things we learnt at the Festival of Marketing 2015

It has been three weeks since the Festival of Marketing, which I’m sure anyone who attended will agree was a really exciting couple of days. 

With the dust finally settled and the teams involved having just about recovered, I thought I’d put together a list of highlights from the two-day event. 

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