Ticket discount code: AWThinkTV30
The world’s largest festival for advertising, marketing and technology, Advertising Week APAC, will land in Sydney for its inaugural event from 30 July – 2 August 2018. The event which is hosted in cities including New York and London, will descend on Luna Park for a week of seminars, presentations and keynotes across business trends, issues, and conversations that shape today’s global industry.
There will be a number representatives from MCN, Foxtel and Network Ten on stage throughout the week, so check out the info below and lock it in your diary! If you haven’t managed to grab yourself a ticket, you can still pick one up at the link here, and make sure you enter AWThinkTV30 to get 30% off. For further details and to find out more about all the sessions taking place, you can find the full schedule online.
The Delegates Lounge at AdWeek is situated in the Sunset Room and will provide you with a space to take five between sessions and grab a coffee. They'll also be interactive stands from Foxtel and Network Ten so make sure you drop by and catch up with the team who will be there throughout the week.
What does GDPR mean for your business?
Tuesday, 31 July at 2.30pm, Media i Workshop Stage
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now in effect across Europe, MCN’s Mark Brandon joins Quantcast on stage to discuss who will introduce the consent solutions available including Quantcast Choice, a CMP solution that follows the IAB Europe framework which presents ease and benefits to your business.
What’s new? Tech, targeting and TV trading.
Wednesday, 1 August at 11.50am, ThinkTV Stage
MCN’s Mark Frain and Network Ten’s Rod Prosser joins Australia's leading commercial broadcasters who reveal how the industry is collaborating to make TV more accountable, more measurable, more data-led and easier to buy.
Content is still king, but which type of TV sits on Australia’s iron throne?
Thursday, 2 August at 12.10pm, ThinkTV Stage
Network Ten’s Beverley McGarvey and Brian Walsh from Foxtel join Brook Hall (Seven) and Hamish Turner (Nine) to discuss how are consumer trends changing the way content is created, distributed and viewed.