Consumers no longer see online and offline brand interactions as separate, and holiday retail sales are predicted to hit a record-breaking $682 billion this season. That’s roughly a 4% increase over last year alone. It’s becoming clear that mobile marketing must be at the forefront brand marketers’ strategic planning.
Industry Index is partnering with The Data and Marketing Association for a can’t-miss, day-long Mobile Marketing Event, including an Interactive Panel Discussion focused on mobile MadTech marketing.
What tech works? Where are the roadblocks? How can brands stand out in this dense and vast landscape? Get the answers, join the conversation (audience participation is encouraged), and reserve your ticket today.
About Industry Index’ Interactive Panel
- 1:1 Marketing and Mobile Re/Targeting
- Device ID (i.e., the new mobile currency)
- Influencer Marketing & Social Media Tech
- Location Intelligence & Geofencing
We have recruited a powerhouse panel, including tech vendors, marketers, agencies, and brands:
- Chris Cunningham | CRO, Unacast
- Kyle Csiki | Managing Partner, GroupM
- Sean Lynch | Marketing Manager – Influencers & Athletes, Fila
- Chris McDonald | CEO, Registria
- Josh Ong | Director – Global Marketing & Communication, Cheetah Mobile
- Mary Rodger | Director – Marketing Communications, Cuisinart
- David Shim | Founder & CEO, Placed
Following the Roundtable, there will be plenty more networking and learning, including:
Join Chris McDonald, CEO at Registria for a Case Study: Powerful Mobile Movements that Transform Your Customer’s Journey.
Case Studies from: Electrolux, Whirlpool, and Sony will be shared — representing how these global brands transformed their customer’s journey to build powerful mobile moments that drive increased loyalty, satisfaction, and ultimately — more sales.
With smart technology advancements like IoT and chatbots becoming more and more a part of the digital and mobile conversation. It’s important that brands recognize that using more technology in the customer journey does not necessarily lead to better and more meaningful interaction. The Industry needs to remember that our customers are human, and at the end of the day they appreciate human experiences — especially when it comes to the customer experience.
Join Mary Rodger, Director of Marketing Communications at Cuisinart: Keynote with Q&A: Bridging the Physical with Digital and Mobile to Connect with Your Customer
As consumer behavior continues to evolve, companies that leverage data and insights to understand consumer preferences will be the most successful. Cuisinart’s sophisticated use of analytics with digital, mobile, and social tactics has led to dramatic improvements in consumer connections in traditional and digital channels, both in-store and online.
This Keynote with Q&A will discuss how technology is impacting the role of the CMO and how to succeed in a decentralized organization. Learn how Cuisinart’s evolved strategy has enabled the company to:
- Make smarter choices possible and improve efficiency
- Assist in content development to reach and expand customer interactions
- Provide insights on the path to purchase
- Shape all aspects of digital and physical communications
The DMA strives to connect the industry through innovation and education. You will not want to miss this opportunity to spend a day with industry experts. Reserve your ticket here.
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With Apple making moves against ad tracking and the GDPR being enforced in May, retargeters are desperately trying to get consent to track users.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has raised concerns over retargeting company Criteo’s commitment to consumer privacy and its inclusion in the Acceptable Ads initiative. In a post published on December 22, the advocacy group details Criteo’s attempts to overcome Apple’s decision to block third-party cookies on its Safari browser — which
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