ADMA Data Day 2019

ADMA

Date: 2nd April 2019  — 4th April 2019

Data Day is back in its 15th consecutive year to bring you the leading minds in marketing, digital, data and analytics to showcase the data strategies delivering real success at the world’s biggest brands.

Sydney | 2 April
Melbourne | 4 April

It will provide a unique opportunity for your teams to be inspired and take away practical insights for your organisation to help drive data and marketing excellence.

The one-day program is already stacked full of local and international C-Suite talent from leading brands including: – Chief Customer Officer (HK), Generali – Chief Customer Officer, CarSales.com – Chief Marketing Officer, Velocity – Chief Marketing Officer, Tourism Australia – Chief Customer Officer, Sumo Salad – Chief Marketing Officer, Heart Foundation – Chief Marketing Officer, World Vision

With more impressive speakers to be confirmed soon.

Limited Early Bird Tickets are now available.

Venue:

Sydney, 2 April
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth
61-101 Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000

Melbourne, 4 April
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
25 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000

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