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GoDaddy, the hosting and website domain registration service has seen phenomenal demand in recent months due to the need for small businesses to take their companies online - the company's chief marketing officer Fara Howard talks about the lessons learned by the company and how it has aimed to support SMEs.

Speakers

Fara Howard
chief marketing officer, GoDaddy
Stephen Lepitak
executive editor, The Drum

Lessons from disaster relief efforts

Society

Featuring

  • Lorey Zlotnick, chief marketing officer, Team Rubicon
  • Stephen Lepitak, executive editor, The Drum

How JD.com innovated during China’s lockdown

Retail

Featuring

  • Charlotte McEleny, deputy and Asia Pacific editor, The Drum
  • Ella Kidron, senior manager, global corporate affairs, JD.com

Empowering small communities with eBay

Society

Featuring

  • Sonoo Singh, associate editor, The Drum
  • Geoff de Burca, chief strategy officer, MediaCom
  • Rob Hattrell, chief executive officer, UK, eBay

The retail reality

Retail

Featuring

  • Clare Bailey, consultant, The Retail Champion
  • Jack Izzard, director, The Great British Bounceback
  • Stephen Lepitak, executive editor, The Drum

Positive Energy, Innovation and Creative Thinking

2020 will see huge changes to our society, economy and undoubtedly our industry but our outlook is far from gloomy, the Can Do Festival represents the positive energy, innovation and creative thinking that makes the marketing community such a powerful force for good.
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