16-17 June 2011 (Suntec Convention Centre)
The 4th Interactive Advertising and Digital Marketing Exhibition and Conference, Asia
Online registration is now open! Register for your full conference pass before 18 May and save US$300!
“AdLib readers enjoy 20% discount – quote promo code: fEqhAA”
The first quarter of 2011 has just flown past and we are already entering into the second quarter of the year!
If you have not locked ad:tech Singapore into your calendar, you must do so now as we promise you a 2 day event packed with enriching workshops, inspiring keynotes, latest technology showcases on the expo floor and plenty of networking opportunities. Register now for your full conference pass to attend all 24 breakout sessions, including networking lunches on both days for just USD795 or less if you register as a group.
Visit the exhibition for free!
Source for digital marketing solutions from over 50 exhibiting companies and network with over 2000 industry professionals. This is the marketplace venue for you.
Pre-register by 15 April and stand to win free tickets to the conference*!
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Keynote Highlights :
* Chris Thomas, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Asia, BBDO/ Proximity
How Your Brand Can Ignite a Movement: Power & Dynamics of Social Movements & Implications for brands
This presentation synthesizes the learning from a worldwide BBDO/Proximity study on how social movements are formed and the lessons for brand owners. It examines the role of social media and shows how brands can create profound and sustainable behavioral change. Chris will share through examples and cases, some of the leading global brands that BBDO works with.
* Damien Cummings, Global Social Director, Dell & Euan Wilcox, Business Director, The Upper Storey
The Ins and Outs of Group Buying: Two Years of Dell Swarm
Group Buying is a global phenomenon cast into the spotlight with the explosive growth of companies like Groupon & Living Social. Central to these sites is the notion of facilitated sharing through social media channels, effectively spreading the word about great deals. Group Buying does come in many forms, and for different brands the relevance varies. A home-grown Singapore example, Dell Swarm, is now a global platform for Dell, having rolled out in various markets over the last 2 years. Its latest iteration, in Australia, helps sell a range of consumer electronics & PC products ranging from Digital Cameras to Printers to TV’s & Software.
Group Buying makes the ultimate step with social media and web2.0 technologies to monetize consumer relationships and leverage the buying advantage for online consumers. However, where does it sit within a wider social media strategy for most brands? How can it help develop wider/deeper relationships with customers?
Contact our team today:
Brad Helmy Harris, Sales Manager
T: +65 6513 0602
M: +65 9721 1624
Media Partnership and Other Enquiries
Julia Kwan, Project Manager
T: +65 6513 0600
M: +65 9109 6396
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