ad:tech London announces the conference overview for its two-day show to be held 26-27th of September, 2007.
This year's ad:tech event is the third for London, and will focus on the customer and aim to give brands, agencies and publishers the knowledge, tools and confidence they need to better engage with consumers online.
Christophe Asselin, european marketing director at ad:tech explains, "We are very much looking forward to this year's show, because it has never been more important for us to come together as a collective and re-discover our customers.
For us, that is what the September 2007 show is all about - the consumer. Mobile marketing, social media and interactive TV are radically changing how the consumer absorbs media, and through our expert guest speakers this is something that delegates will get the opportunity to see addressed."
The opening address is on Day One is to be given by Alan Rutherford, chief executive officer at Digitas Global and former vice president of global media at Unilever.
A broad range of digital marketing topics will be covered over the course of the two days, ensuring delegates have as broad range of knowledge to take away as possible. Sessions include:
Overview: Agencies, Mobile Operators and Entertainment experts discuss how online advertising and digital technology are transforming their business, and changes in consumer consumption patterns
Panellists include: Nigel Morris from isobar, Shan Henderson from Vodafone and Pete Cowley from Endemol UK
Multichannel Marketing and Advertising
Overview: How to achieve a single brand experience across all channels, planning efficiently and measuring the customer experience
Panellists include: Scott Gallacher from BSkyB and Mark Cameron from Mazda
Overview: Brands, Publishers and PR Leaders discuss how online advertising and digital technology are transforming their business, and changes in consumer consumption patterns
Panellists include: Elizabeth Chambers from Barclaycard, Jill Orr from CNET Networks and Niall Cook from Hill & Knowlton
The Economics of Interactive
Overview: Where will further consolidation be seen -the panel's view on search, mobile, video and virtual worlds
Panellists include: Simon Waldman from Guardian Media Group and Nasser Batley from Dresdner Kleinwort
To register for the two day show, do so by visiting the ad:tech London Website at http://www.ad-techlondon.co.uk.