My agenda for ad:tech 2015

Sharing my agenda for ad:tech 2015 at Olympia (13-14 October) where I'll Chair the keynote speeches and panel discussions in Conference Room 1. Come and join me... Get your tickets here: http://ad-techlondon.co.uk/register


Day one - Tuesday 13 October
0930 ad:tech opens
0955 Chair's opening remarks
Craig Le Grice, Founder, Hub & Lab
1000-1040 Innovation, ecommerce and digital leadership: Transforming Nestle
Pete Blackshaw, Global Head of Digital & Social, Nestle
1045-1110 AI, computer vision and the future of the brand experience
Jonathan Barrowman, Chief Commercial Officer, blippar
1110-1135 Break
1135-1200 Re-wiring Sharp: using digital to drive brand, product and business transformation
Paddy Griffith, Co-CEO, Workclub Paul Molyneux, President & CEO, Sharp Electronics
1205-1220 The future of programmatic: orchestrated dialogues
Kfir Hod Moyal, CEO, AdClarity and GeoSurf
1225-1250 Staying relevant: Connecting tech, culture and communities
Steve Hatch, Director - EMEA, Facebook
1255-1310 From Paper and Paste to Data and Digital: How Ad Tech is Transforming the OOH sector
Shaun Gregory, CEO, Exterion Media
1315-1340 Connecting data and content in marketing strategy
Donna Orman, Head of Customer Loyalty, MailNewspapers
Roland Agambar, CMO, MailOnline, The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday
1340 -1425 Lunch
1425-1500 How can CEOs support marketing transformation?
John Roberts, CEO, ao.com
1500-1520 Break
1520-1550 China: 5 things you need to know about marketing to a digital nation
Bessie Lee, CEO, WPP China
1555-1610 Live in the moment, advertise in the moment: Discover how moment marketing is helping brands to personalise their campaigns in real-time
Antoine De Kermel, Managing Director EMEA, TVTY
1615-1700 Agency leaders debate: How is disruption shaping the future complexion of the agency?
Steve Parker, Co-CEO, Starcom
Paul Frampton, CEO, Havas
Nick Baughan, CEO, Maxus
1705-1745 Brands, ethics and Silicon Valley culture: Exploring the dark side of the digital economy
Andrew Keen, Author & critic


Day two - Wednesday 14 October
1015-1100 How are marketing and consumer trends conspiring to rewire the agency-client relationship?
Helen McRae, CEO, Mindshare
Thomas Malleschitz, CMO, Three
1105-1135 Data + Content, Brand + Performance, Sales + Marketing : Why talent is critical
Paul Frampton, CEO, Havas Media
Simon Lloyd, Global Digital Director, AXA
1135-1150 Deep social insight – the secret of mining text and visual social media data for valuable business intelligence
Roy Jacques, UK MD, Sysomos
1150-1215 Break
1215-12.45 Driving consumer experience and value beyond core products
Nina Bibby, Marketing Director, O2
1245-1300 Dead at 24 minutes! The art of disposable content
Stephen Wise, Co-Founder, Triggerbuzz
1300-1330 Investing in the future of the industry
Richard Fearn, Director at the Friday Club London & Early Stage Tech Investor
Trevor Hope, Chief Investment Officer, Beringea
Sam Taylor, Brand Marketing Director, Direct Line
Frank Kelcz, Partner, collider
1330-1425 Lunch
1425-1510 Marketing people in a multichannel world
Keith Weed, CMO, Unilever
1530-1630 The Next Big Thing - Pitches
1630-1700 Driving innovation on a global scale: embracing new tech and rewiring partnership
Dean Aragon, CEO, Shell Brands
Nigel Robinson, Managing Partner, MEDIACOM
1700-1710 The Next Big Thing - Winner