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AW2020: the Future of Marketing – a roundtable discussion led by Genus AI

We look at what is next for brands, agencies and tech; how has the acceleration to digital changed how marketers are going to behave for the future. Join the discussion!

What lies ahead? The future of marketing is often debated but the tumultuous change in 2020 means that the world is in flux. We no longer live, work or consume in the same way. We look at what is next for brands, agencies and tech; how has the acceleration to digital changed how marketers are going to behave for the future? Has the pandemic changed marketing forever and what should brands focus on for the short and medium term future?

Moderator: Dr. Tadas Jucikas, Founder and CEO at Genus AI

Speakers:

  • Vanessa Kentris Smith, Managing Director at The Marketing Store
  • Hanneke Willenborg, Chief Marketing Officer at Seventh Generation
  • Jeff Nienaber, Senior Director, Global Audience Ads at Microsoft
  • Matt McGowan, Director and General Manager Canada at Snap

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