The Festival of Marketing is returning in October with a new name that aligns it more closely with Marketing Week, and a fresh commitment to help increase marketing’s impact and influence.
Marketing Week’s Festival of Marketing will take place in-person on 6 October, at a brand new, soon-to-be-announced Central London location.
Combining the editorial rigour of the UK’s most respected marketing title with the insight and inspiration the Festival has become known for, this year’s event will equip marketers with everything they need to thrive.
We will have 80 speakers across eight content streams, with 42 sessions in a variety of fresh formats. The line-up will feature a number of unmissable headliners, including one of the world’s most influential marketing thought leaders, who might or might not be partial to a swear word or two.
In many ways, Festival will become the live embodiment of Marketing Week.
Russell Parsons, Marketing Week
There will also be a VIP lounge and interactive masterclasses offering practical tips to help tackle some of the most common challenges and live Q&As.
“They might be different in delivery, but Marketing Week and Festival of Marketing have the same purpose – to help increase marketing’s impact and influence,” says Russell Parsons, editor-in-chief of Marketing Week and the Festival of Marketing.
“In many ways, Festival will become the live embodiment of Marketing Week. You can expect some of Marketing Week’s biggest names, the usual critical thinking and many of the editorial fixtures brought to life in October and beyond.”
Look out for more information next week. Numbers are limited so register your interest to be the first to know when tickets are available.