Face the challenge of change at More Than Digital Day
Want to take a serious look at the future of digital? Excellent!
More Than Digital Day on October 4 in Zaventem, Belgium, is a perfect place for you to start.
More Than Digital Day – #MTDD for its fans – is celebrating its 4th edition.
Once more, its message is clear: it’s high time to change your perspective. You need to prepare for what’s to come, and make your business future-proof.
Invest in your future and book your tickets to MTDD
So, on 4 October, you’re invited to join colleague marketers and digital experts to embrace change together. And the speaker line up promises some fireworks…
To give you a first taste, here are 3 of the hosts who will sparkle on stage.
Facing Entitled Customers
Selligent Marketing Cloud CMO Nick Worth will talk about Marketing to Entitled Consumers. This Storyteller-in-Chief will share his lessons learned, after interviews with 7,000 consumers and a range of marketers and industry thought leaders.
Branding in a digital age
The Reference’s Creative Director James Krüger will discuss how design-thinking for interactive technologies and services can help your brand succeed.
A new era of performance marketing is coming!
Programmatic, beyond the hype
Frederik Dooms, Platform Industry Manager at Google, will focus on Programmatic. He looks beyond the marketing hype, to grasp its true potential for marketing automation. Lately, the full potential of programmatic has been proven, with ventures into offline media and full media consolidation.
And much more…
Innovation veteran Cyril Kortleven will kick off the day with a provocative talk. Companies have to stop placing ladders on banana peels! What’s that about? Find out at MTDD!
He is followed by a fine group of master minds, working for Agility Chemical Logistics, Digizuite, and Jules Destrooper, KBC, Maxeda, Signify, Sitecore, The Reference, and the University of Pennsylvania!
Get in touch with what’s happening and be inspired
by like-minded people, looking for excellence in a changing world!
More Than Digital Day takes place at Quartier Papier, that evolved from an obsolete paper plant to an innovative thought factory