You will have access to over 30 in-depth, digital sessions, led by top experts. Fill your brain and your notebook with the latest cutting-edge digital strategies and tactics.
Meet with industry leaders like Facebook, DoubleVerify, Shuttershock, Unruly, MoPub, AdColony, Adobe Workfront, Infobip and more!
Get inspired and hear what’s on the horizon in digital with keynotes from Programmatic Specialist at Mediacom, Facebook Marketing Science Expert, and Deepali Naair, Chief Marketing Officer, IBM (India) to name but a few.
Access to session recordings post-event (The Drum Plus members only). View them directly on our content library and ‘unlock’ tonnes of other exclusive sessions.
Hooray! You’ll be able to spot the speakers, sponsors, and so many other digital natives like you. Find your customers, vendors, friends and colleagues of tomorrow using our LinkedIn Events group.
Digital Summit events are more powerful when you attend as a team. Share sessions with your colleagues and develop new skills together to improve your business.
The Drum’s festivals are global events, with agendas made up of different individual sessions, ranging from panels, to presentations, to interviews and fireside chats. They have been predominantly digital, and while we do hope to bring back some in-person events, we’ll make sure that they remain fully accessible online for audiences around the world who can’t physically be there.
Thanks to the support of our partners, almost all of the festival content is free to watch. There may be some exclusive sessions only available to members of The Drum Plus, but don’t worry – you can't accidentally be charged for watching them.
There are two ways to register for a festival:
General registration: To receive email updates about sessions and speakers, click ‘Register’ on the top right corner of the festival website.
Session registrations: Once you know which session(s) interest you, click ‘Register’ on each individual session page and we’ll remind you when the content becomes available.
Note: you may be asked to log in or create an account on thedrum.com if you don't already have one.
We'll keep you updated with news of speakers, new sessions added, and send you the day's agenda during the festival. If you don’t want to get these emails, you can of course opt out.
Each individual session will have its own release date and time – which can be found on the schedule and session page. When a session becomes available, click ‘watch’ – but hurry, they’ll only be available for the week of the festival.