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Sep 17, 2014

Free webcast: Reach your true audience with data and programmatic strategies

Join us next Thursday (18 September) to learn best practices for incorporating data into a display strategy, direct from industry experts.

Free webcast: Reach your true audience with data and programmatic strategies

Online audiences like ads that are relevant to their lives. Finding the right data and analysis can make your display ads more compelling just by getting them in front of the right people. 

But how do you get there? Is your data big enough? We all know size doesn’t matter—it’s how you use it that makes the difference. Learn about the analytics and analysis that make the difference, directly from veteran practitioners.

Join us for the third of the Campaign Asia-Pacific webcast series on programmatic buying, presented in conjunction with Turn, this time focusing on how to take control of your data and incorporate it into your overall display strategy.

You will hear from:
  • Germaine Ng Ferguson, general manager, integrated solutions and analysis, StarHub
  • Ashish Braganza, director, global business intelligence, Lenovo
  • Cindy Deng, managing director, Asia Pacific, Turn
  • Jason Wincuinas, managing editor, Campaign Asia-Pacific (moderator)

The webinar takes place on 18 September at  7.30am India time, 10am Singapore/Hong Kong time, 12 pm Sydney time. 


If you missed the previous webcasts in this series, you can access them on-demand:


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