In this talk, creative entrepreneur Will Travis shares some of the principles of his Elevation Barn business, focused on finding clarity, as well as sharing his thoughts on how this can help the agency industry during times of tectonic change.
After running agencies such as ATTIK, SidLee and Dentsu, Travis founded Elevation Barn, which first started out as a retreat for creative leaders and is now a global community with a mission to bring each other clarity of purpose through diversity of thought. The community now boasts over 300 leaders from 43 industries in 16 countries, who solve higher purpose social, business and philanthropic challenges for good.
If you want to know where growth happens in 2021, then this fast-paced session is you. eMarketer principal analyst Debra Aho Williamson presents a wealth of data and makes sense... read more
Join Sue Unerman and Kathryn Jacob in a chat with Sonoo Singh, to talk about their new book ‘Belonging’.
The authors of the eponymous book - ‘Belonging: The key to transforming... read more
What does it take to be a record-holder? Marketers from Guinness World Records and Rubik’s discuss how agencies can use record attempts to create impactful campaigns which meet... read more
We will hear first-hand, how some of Europe’s leading privately-owned marketing services companies have successfully built and realised value for their businesses.read more
In a constantly changing industry climate, the 4A's keeps a close pulse on how agencies are shifting to use more progressive working models. As part of this session, 4A’s... read more
What does a great client partnership look like in tough times? In this exclusive session, you can peek behind the curtain as a senior marketer and a satisfied client share the secrets... read more
If you want your agency to still be here in five or ten years, it’s essential that you have a profitable and sustainable business model. What many agencies don’t realise is that... read more
With the world in flux, agencies are trying to figure out what the clients of the future will look like and where work will come from. During this session, The Economist’s head... read more