dotMailer chosen as the Advertising Association’s sole email technology partner

We’re proud to say we’ve been chosen by the Advertising
Association as their sole email technology partner and asked specifically to take part in LEAD 2014, their key annual event.

It’s all happening in London on January 30th and it’s going to be a real spectacle.

The sheer volume of talent in the room will be inspiring – senior people across agencies, brands and media, all shaping the marketing communications agenda.

The programme includes:

  • The launch of brand new research, analysing advertising’s crucial role in innovation and its untapped potential to unlock growth in UK SMEs
  • Breakouts led by the influencers of the 2015 manifestos, bringing you closer to the policy debates that effect your business
  • O2’s Ronan Dunne, Unilever’s Amanda Sourry, and BSkyB’s Andrew Griffith on how advertising is viewed by investors and what needs to change if advertising is to be taken more seriously as a driver of company performance.
  • Keynotes including BT CEO Gavin Patterson and Camelot UK MD Andy Duncan

 

Date: Thursday 30th January 2014
Time: 8.30am − 2.30pm (lunch included)
Venue: King’s Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG


As a dotMailer client we can offer you 10% discount on the price of delegate seats to this event.
Contact us for more information.

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