In pictures: Adobe Digital Marketing Summit 2014

We present some of the personality and event highlights from this year's event in Salt Lake City

  • Adobe CEO, Shantanu Nayaren

  • More than 7000 people attended Adobe Digital Marketing Summit 2014

  • Kickstarter CEO, Yancey Strickler

  • Adobe and SAP announced a reseller agreement during this year's event (from left): Adobe's Brad Rencher, SAP executive board member for products and innovation, Dr Vishal Sikka, and Adobe CEO, Shantanu Narayen

  • Digital transformation: Audi of America general manager of digital technology solutions and strategy, Jeff Titus (left), on stage

  • Adobe executive discuss the relationship between CMO and CIO, marketing technology trends and more during a pres briefing (from left): Adobe CMO, Ann Lewnes, CEO, Shantanu Narayen, and digital leader, Brad Rencher

  • Reinvention of marketing was the central theme of this industry panel (from left): Adobe's Ann Lewnes; Brigham Young University's Jeff Dotson; Russell Reynolds' Jana Rich; Razorfish's Peter Stein; and Audi of America's Jeff Titus

  • Adobe general manager and senior vice-president of digital, Brad Rencher

  • Sephora CMO, Julie Bornstein, talks to Brad Rencher about how the CIO is her best friend in this worked of digital-infused experiences

  • REI Group senior director, marketing, cloud product management, Steve Hammond, talks to Brad Rencher about how the retailer is making the digital transformation

  • Respected actor and director Robert Redford took to the stage to talk about the importance of creativity and reinvention

  • FedEx managing director of customer experience, Mike Rude (left) talks about how the organisation is keeping its customer focus in a digital world

  • The crowd at this year's Adobe Summit keynote

  • MGM's senior vice-president and chief digital officer, John Bollen, reveals the organisation has restructured its executive team as it endeavours to meet the ever-changing needs and personal expectations of its many customers

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