Data at the Core of Digital Excellence event details
Speakers & keynotes:
An introduction to Data at the Core of Digital
The afternoon will be opened by our metapeople Benelux Managing Director Lennert de Rijk with an introduction to our theme and focus of the day
Marketing in the age of assistance
Profound advances in technology are creating a world where assistance will soon be all around us. Beyond our PCs and phones, we can soon get help in our homes, cars, wearables, and more. During this talk Kate Adams (Head of Media & Measurement Google) will cover the trends, technologies and opportunities for advertisers in this new world.
Data at the core of Digital: delivering the vision in practice
As the moderator of the day
Why connecting the physical and digital world is not an option
Matthew Phelan (CEO 4Ps Marketing UK, Part of NetBooster Group) will discuss why boardrooms need to prioritize merging the physical and digital world now or their companies will struggle to exist in 5 years time.
Programmatic Display as the crucial element for launch TUI
Emmanuel Arendarczyk (Managing Director NetBooster France) will share how NetBooster launched TUI as the umbrella brand for the French market by retargeting existing sub-brands, CRM onboarding strategies and the creation of various message scenarios per audience segment.
Making ROPO work
Offline retail is facing a decreasing frequency of visitors. Julius Ewig (Managing Director metapeople Germany) will share how metapeople partnered up with Deichmann, to analyze and act upon the effects that smart online activities could have on store visits of traditional brick-and-mortar stores to oppose this trend.
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