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Jul 6, 2017

The Trade Desk Programmatic Breakfast arrives in Hong Kong next week

In just 7 days, we will join The Trade Desk for a breakfast briefing on programmatic buying, exploring the latest opportunities to build brands and drive marketing goals.

The Trade Desk Programmatic Breakfast arrives in Hong Kong next week

Take stock of the programmatic landscape at a special breakfast briefing hosted by Campaign Asia-Pacific at Hong Kong's China Club on 13 July 2017. 

Jeff Green, CEO of digital advertising specialists The Trade Desk, will kick off the morning with an analysis of the current state of play for programmatic across Asia Pacific, and will give his take on the most credible trends of the near future. 

This will be followed by a panel discussion between brand marketers Suresh Balaji, regional head of marketing at HSBC, and Seraphina Wong, executive director for global advertising and head of Asia Pacific at UBS, debating the impact programmatic is having on their work. 

The morning will conclude with a Q+A session between Jeff Green and Robert Sawatzky, head of content at Campaign Asia-Pacific

Find out more and join us at the China Club, Hong Kong, on July 13th, 2017Register your place here.

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