Early bird tickets for the first Melbourne Media and Marketing Summit on 2 August close in just under two weeks.
Designed to bring the Melbourne media and marketing community together, this one-day event on 2 August, seeks to inspire, engage and entertain with a broad range of speakers, and some less typical sessions.
Among the list of incredible speakers are Holden Executive Director of Marketing, Mark Harland – who will open the event with a keynote presentation and Q&A.
Melbourne favourite, Adam Ferrier will close the day in conversation with a special guest. More to be revealed soon.
Mark Ritson will entertain with a fresh update on his exclusive ‘Nine Circles of Digital Hell’ presentation which won over the crowd at the Sydney event on 12 May. One attendee described his firestorm as the “best presentation I have ever seen”. High praise indeed.
Lenovo Head of Digital & Social Danielle Uskovic, ANZ Head of Marketing Effectiveness Rob Brittain, Mondelez International Director Marketing - Chocolate (ANZ) Kjetil Undhjem and Bring CEO Roddy Campbell will deliver client-side insights – plus Carat CEO Paul Brooks, BWM Dentsu Planning Director, Moensie Rossier, Publicis Media ANZ Chief Digital and Technology Officer Jason Tonelli, Clemenger BBDO Executive Planning Director Paul Rees-Jones and Zenith Australia CEO Nickie Scriven.
Tonic Health Media ambassador and author Matthew Johnstone will also bring some peace and harmony to proceedings with a special session on wellbeing and mindfulness.
Speakers will convene for the one day Summit at Australian Centre for the Moving Image in Federation Square to explore subjects such as the ‘Remodeling of Agencies’, ‘Finding Success in Failure’ and ‘Brand Building In A Digital World’.
Other special keynotes will be unveiled as we get closer to the event. Stay tuned.
Tickets can be purchased here.
Early bird tickets are priced at the following; $585 incl GST per person (five ticket booking) or $610 incl GST per ticket.
After early bird, standard tickets are priced at $799 incl GST per ticket.