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Jan 25 - 27 2022



In 2021 business models were drastically altered as companies searched for digital and technological innovations, adapting to huge sector changes. However, many businesses full potential is far from being realized. The trial and error seen by many industries in 2021 has given much insight into the drastically changing trends. That's why our annual Predictions festival is back guiding the industry towards forward-thinking, sustainable growth. Predictions for 2022 will be revealed through a two-day virtual festival in January. This will be dedicated to addressing some of the biggest and most pressing questions people are grappling with currently. Each talk in this unique series will feature punchy, topical content presented in an engaging format with The Drum's distinctive style. This is an opportunity for our partners to drive the industry forward and add value to the lives of marketers who need expert advice for the most critical year as industries recover, shaped in new and interesting ways.

Have questions? We have answers!

Q. What are The Drum’s festivals?

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.

Q. How do I register?

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 if you don't already have one.

Q. What happens next?

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.

Q. How do I watch the content?

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.

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