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London Events 1 July : “It’s a bit different to your standard conference, with a mix of punchy content, networking and entertainment”

by on June 26, 2015

Marketing, media and technology professionals will have the chance to combine their love of new tech, street food and summer sport at a new industry gathering and party in Shoreditch, London on 1 July.

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Stephan Loerke, WFA’s Managing Director explains the African opportunity, programmatic progress and why Chinese regulators are more tuned-in to realising the benefits of advertising

by on March 6, 2015

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Events : 9 important ad:tech London highlights not to be missed by Dan Brain

by on October 10, 2014

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Coventry City’s owner: ‘Digital disruption is bigger than the industrial revolution’ – by Dan Brain, ad:tech London 2014

by on October 5, 2014

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ad:tech London : “Our new online newsroom is creating a real buzz around our 10th anniversary event” / Dan Brain

by on September 26, 2014

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Event News : ad:tech London launches online newsroom

by on September 25, 2014

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Over 100 Unilever marketers are signed up to attend – will you be joining them? / Upcoming events – October / ad:tech London

by on September 25, 2014

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Bye to the bugle – has Ryanair really changed? / Dan Brain, ad:tech London

by on July 27, 2014

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New look invite-only iMedia Summit, April 24 at BAFTA

by on March 10, 2014

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Events : New look invite-only iMedia Summit, April 24 at BAFTA is reserved for the advertisers, agencies and media owners with the most clout

by on March 10, 2014

Dan Brain writes .. Conferences. You know the drill, right? You pay an hour or so of Wayne Rooney’s weekly salary to sit in a room of people talking in clichés and flogging their wares on stage or over a cup of insipid coffee in the lobby of a rubbish hotel?

Well that’s not the iMedia Summit experience. This year’s new look invite-only Summit on 24 April at BAFTA is reserved for the advertisers, agencies and media owners with the most clout.

Drawing on the success of the global iMedia format, the Summit provides a space for invited VIP’s to network informally, share ideas through round-table discussions or debate the big issues in the conference. It’s ‘Chatham House’ rules so discussion is open, frank and focused on collaborative learning (plus there’s no chance of getting stitched up in the press by saying something remotely controversial).

Click here to apply for a complimentary pass including the conference, dinner and all social activities.

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