The two day event in June offers a fantastic free opportunity to learn from some of the best marketing practitioners working on the biggest brands. They will be presenting on the MWL Centre Stage on the latest trends, developments and case studies that have helped their businesses.
The list includes vice president of marketing and category at Starbucks UK Ian Cranna talking on ‘Winning Marketing Strategies for International Brands’, head of brand reputation and citizenship at Barclays Group David Wheldon discussing ‘Protecting Your Brand’s Corporate Reputation in a 24/7 World’ and Unilever vice president of brand building JonGoldstone presenting on ‘Identifying New Opportunities for Brand Growth in Today’s Market’.
Also on the programme are senior executives from Diageo, Twitter, AEG Europe, Telefonica, Barnes & Noble and more.
The Centre Stage proved a huge draw last year with a packed audience for each session, so make sure you register for MWL now. It takes place on 26 and 27 June at Grand Hall Olympia in London.
Paul MacDonald, portfolio director for the event, says: “Marketers are expected to be at the forefront of the latest technological opportunities, improve their own skills, and be accountable for every penny spent. Marketing Week Live will give marketers the tools to tackle these challenges. Giving direct access to unrivalled, reputable and knowledgeable expertise that is influencing today’s marketing, Marketing Week Live brings the magazine to life.”
MWL is the UK’s largest marketing event and this year has been structured into seven show zones to reflect the fast changing nature of the industry.
The zones include Agency Ask the Experts, Career Development, Customer Loyalty, Digital & Data, Insight, Live, Promotional Merchandise and Retail.
Career Development is a new addition to MWL and is designed to provide visitors with free practical guidance to further their marketing career. Ask The Agency Experts is also new and offers a problem-solving advice clinic with pre-matched one-to-one meetings between visitors and a relevant agency.
Find out much more about MWL 2013 and register for free attendance to the show here.