The Drum Awards Festival - Extended Deadline

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Steve Silvers, EVP Global Creative, Media & Ecosystem, Kantar

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Sustainability: Not just an add-on

As climate change progresses, brands across industries have been facing increasing pressure to minimize their carbon footprints. What separates authentic eco-friendly initiatives from “greenwashing”? What exactly do audiences expect from brands in 2024 when it comes to sustainability and other pressing societal issues? How can businesses stay afloat in a constantly shifting cultural landscape? And where do marketers fit into this bigger picture? Join us as we discuss all of these questions and more.

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How generative AI will change marketing

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