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Jun 13, 2014

Programmatic-buying and branding webinar June 25: Register now

ASIA-PACIFIC - About a week left to register for the second in our four-part free webinar series on programmatic buying, presented in association with Turn.

Programmatic-buying and branding webinar June 25: Register now

Following on Campaign Asia-Pacific’s popular webinar on programmatic buying and how it fits into the marketing landscape in Asia, this second look presented in conjunction with Turn, examines the possible avenues for branding and image building through the technological strategy. Sign up to learn more. Branding the Programmatic, Multi-Channel Way takes place on 25 June.

This webinar asks questions about how to address audiences across the large and small screens in their lives and what strategies can advertisers use to build brand image alongside direct response campaigns. Or even to use programmatic as a pathway to effective awareness campaigns.

Against the context of our recent Top 1000 Brands ranking, the panel will address important questions about building your business online and on mobile devices. You'll come away with a deeper understanding and higher appreciation for the industry's new tools.

Tune in and take the opportunity to pose any questions you may have to the panel.

In addition to attending live, registrants will be able to view the webinar on-demand after it takes place.

Branding the Programmatic, Multi-Channel Way
Part 2 of the Campaign Asia-Pacific webinar series on programmatic buying, presented in conjunction with Turn

Date: Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Time: 07:30 am India | 10 am Singapore/Hong Kong | Noon Sydney

Speakers:

  • Cindy Deng, Managing Director, Asia-Pacific, TURN
  • Phil Cowlishaw Head of Technology, Ikon Communications
  • Bonin Bough Vice-President of Global Media and Consumer Engagement, Mondelēz International
  • Moderator: Jason Wincuinas, Managing Editor, Campaign Asia-Pacific

Free Registration

 

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