Mar 2, 2018

Campaign360: Key players, big issues

On 20 March in Singapore, hear all the players with a stake in media's future—clients, agencies and platform owners—debate issues including brand safety, growth, talent and technology.

Campaign360: Key players, big issues

The second annual Campaign360 will gather decision-makers from today’s foremost agencies, brands and holding companies to engage in a one-day, intensive look at the most pressing issues affecting the business of media.

A sampling of the confirmed speakers includes:

  • Edward Bell, Cathay Pacific
  • Phil Wade, Jetstar/Qantas Group
  • Erica Kerner, Tiffany & Co
  • Matty Burton, Google Zoo
  • Sam Ahmed, Standard Chartered
  • Christina Lu, Alibaba
  • David Porter, Unilever
  • Jee Seon Park, L’Oreal

Here's a look at some of the day's provocative sessions:

  • Through great disruption, comes great opportunity
  • Everything has changed, so why haven’t we?
  • The client view on performance and generating cost of value
  • Format-to-format: What is a fad and what is the future?
  • Short-termism and sleepless nights
  • Brand safety and transparency? That’s my job
  • Leading APAC into a brighter media future

Limited VIP places are reserved for senior brand marketers, click here to apply. For more information on Campaign360 or to register your interest, please visit


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