The Annual: how was it for you?

Opinion and pictures from the event

The Annual, our flagship conference that took place last week, drew together some of the UK’s brightest marketers to debate the industry’s big issues. Here is what they had to say…

“A great event with some very influential movers and shakers and some excellent insights. I am thoroughly motivated, with some new contacts and a good plan to action.”
Mike Goodall, Synergize IT

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Brainstorming with Babs Rangaiah, vice president, global communications planning, Unilever

“What a triumph – the best conference I’ve been to, well done to all involved.”
Cameron Saunders, UK marketing director, 20th Century Fox

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Mark Ritson speaking at The Annual

“A very stimulating and illuminating day. There were some amazing insights.”
Gennaro Castaldo, Communications director, HMV

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Daryl Fielding, VP of marketing, Kraft Foods Europe, on stage at The Annual

“The quality of speakers and debate was excellent.”
Michael Sugden, managing director, VCCP

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Daryl Fielding, Mark Choueke (Marketing Week editor) and Syl Saller, global innovation director, Diageo

“You selected the key themes that are most important to us today, and offered a fantastic selection of speakers, which brought it to life.”
Agustin Beccar Varela, Ballantine’s Finest – International Marketing Manager, Chivas Brothers

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The busy conference room at The Annual

“A really inspiring and informative conference. The choice of speakers and topics was excellent and the workshop with JKR held great insight.”
Ryan O’Connell Industry Analyst – FMCG

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Syl Saller, global innovation director, Diageo

“The event was first class. Mark Ritson’s talk was a real highlight – excellent.”
Pete Markey, marketing director, More Than

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Branwell Johnson from Marketing Week and Maureen Duffy, chief executive of the Newspaper Marketing Agency

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