ANALYTICS

Analytics, Tuesday 31 October 2017

Opening Keynote Plenary

09:00

Chair's Opening Remarks

Marketing Technology of the Future

Shufen Goh
09:10

How can technology change marketing for the better?

  • How blockchain can improve transparency in media buying
  • How realistic is the expectation that programmatic can break out of its black box?
  • Is the Google-Facebook duopoly detrimental to marketing? If so, what can marketers do about this?
Dipanjan Chaudhuri
09:50

Cars as a media platform

  • Mobility has become a global challenge & data will play a crucial role
  • Cars are becoming a new connected media & a new advertising screen
  • Brands will be ab;e to able to leverage this new media in unique ways
Gemma Calvert
10:10

Realistic applications of neuromarketing: How technology has made it possible to understand exactly what consumers think and feel about your brand

  • How consumer attention is actually measured using neuromarketing technology
  • How accurate are neuromarketing technologies?
  • How neuromarketing will change the role of market research
10:30

Speed Networking

10:50

Neworking Refreshments and Exhibition Visit

Mingle and network with other conference attendees over a coffee during the morning refreshment break. This is also a good opportunity to visit the exhibition stands on the show floor to find out more about solutions and services that will help grow your business.

Attribution Modelling

Jean Thomas
Analytics
11:30

How to ensure your marketing tech stack makes analytics simple

  • What is the actual difference is between ad-tech and mar-tech?
  • How much has marketing analytics technology developed? To what extent can it accurately track the effect of marketing expenditure?
  • From the marketer’s point of view, how easy is it to build a tech-stack that gives you an apples-to-apples comparison of the effectiveness of your media spend? What are the key challenges?
Uma Talreja
Analytics
11:50

When is last-click attribution useful?

  • When can last-click attribution give an accurate picture of advertising effectiveness?
  • Is the cost effectiveness of last-click attribution worth the possible distortion of ad effectiveness results?
  • Who benefits most when last-click attribution is used?
12:30

Lunch

More networking opportunities over lunch with other conference attendees and speakers. This is also a good opportunity to visit the exhibition stands on the show floor to find out more about solutions and services that will help grow your business

Social Media Metrics

Nathalie Pellegrini
Analytics
13:50

What’s the value of a ‘follower’?

  • Why ‘followers’ and ‘subscribers’ are hugely important even if - in and of themselves - they are vanity metrics
  • How a large social media following allows brands to build lookalike campaigns that inform paid social ad spend
  • How engagement with followers allows brands to truly understand how people react to them
Nathalie Pellegrini, Director, Iflix
Jaclyn Lee
Analytics
14:10

What social media ‘impressions’ actually mean and how they matter

  • How is an ‘impression’ quantified on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn?
  • How much can marketers control impressions?
  • Are organic impressions becoming harder to get?
Jaclyn Lee, Planning Director (and Social Media lead), Isobar
Arnaud Steinkuhler
Analytics
14:30

How to quantify the value of a like

Segmentation

Dominic Benton
Analytics
14:50

Making the case for a Data Management Platform

  • What is a DMP, and how does it improve ad tech?
  • How do you set one up?
  • How do you know if it’s worth your time to invest in one?
Shad Hashmi
15:50

Networking Refreshments and Exhibition Visit

16:30

B2B: Creating new demand: How do you break ground in emerging markets?

  • How do you build databases of new target customers? What’s the most challenging part of this?
  • What role do conferences and trade events play in your marketing strategies?
  • What pressures have you faced when engaging with consumers who don’t know your product or speak a completely different language?
16:30

Banking: How can bank marketers effectively produce timely content within legal and compliance restrictions?

  • What are the best ways to work with legal and compliance personnel to improve quality and speed to market?
  • What are the challenges faced by financial services marketers to innovate within heavily restricted markets and products?
  • Content marketing: How do you balance high turnover and speed to market with quality and personalisation?
16:30

Retail: How do you effectively sell to price-conscious shoppers?

  • What is your company's overall position towards price-shoppers? Why?
  • What are the tactics/ strategies when you want to discourage price shoppers? To encourage them? What are the pros and cons of each strategy and tactics?
  • Do you actively cooperate with price-comparison or coupon sites? Why or why not?
16:30

Share & Solve: Industry

Brand new for 2017, welcome to Share & Solve. Participants pick the industry they're most focused on, then share challenges with peers and tackle them together in a small group environment. Titles for the clinics to be announced soon.
16:30

Travel: How to gain and keep the loyalty of travelers

Jerry Daykin
17:20

The War For Your Eyes – How Augmented Reality (AR) will change advertising

  • What is Augmented Reality technology?
  • An overview of the big successes and failures of current AR technology
  • Facebook, Google & Apple’s new plans: Why AR is suddenly about to take off
  • What AR in mass advertising would look like
  • Could AR really become as standard as the banner ad?
Alexander de Leon
17:40

Virtual Reality (VR) and how the social media platform of the future will work

  • What VR actually means
  • Where VR technology currently is
  • How a VR social media platform is likely to develop
  • How marketers could advertise on a VR social media platform
18:00

Evening Drinks

Join us for a ghoulishly good time at the LEAD networking reception. With Halloween themed cocktails, treats and giveaways, make sure your Halloween goes off with a bang.
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Analytics, Wednesday 1 November 2017

Opening Keynote Plenary

Chair's Opening Remarks

Kristen Zavo
09:10

Keeping up with the Zs: What marketers need to know about Gen Z

  • What growing up with complete internet connectivity has done to the way Gen Z views the world
  • How do Gen Z differ from ‘millennials’?
  • How can marketers overcome Gen Z’s distrust of brands and advertising?
Panel discussion
09:30

How to be a brand with purpose: A case study from Ben & Jerry’s

  • Why true brand purpose really does start from the top
  • Ben & Jerry’s efforts relating to the Paris Climate Agreement and Singapore’s Green Mark standards
  • The money issue: Why just writing cheques is lazy marketing, and how brands can support causes that actually change customer behaviour
  • The business case for supporting a cause: Why Gen Z and the millennial generation are increasingly cynical, and what brands can do to truly make a positive impact and impression
Johann Suchon
09:50

Encouraging loyalty amongst outbound Chinese travelers

  • Why Chinese tourists are particularly difficult to sell to in the first place
  • What challenges do brands face when retaining the loyalty of Chinese tourists when they go back home?
  • Case study from Sephora: How Sephora created a loyalty programme that extends seamlessly across borders
10:10

Creating an omni-channel experience

  • Do you think there’s an actual difference between ‘omni-channel’ and ‘multi-channel’? If so, what is it?
  • Do you think you’re omni-channel?
  • What technology enables omni-channel marketing?
  • What’s the most difficult part of running an omni-channel marketing campaign?
10:10

How to compete effectively with Amazon Prime

  • What makes Amazon Prime stand out?
  • Will Amazon Prime work in Southeast Asia? How successful are they now?
  • Do brands/manufacturers have little choice but to work with them? If they didn’t want to work with Amazon, what choices are there?
  • Can retailers and manufacturers compete with Amazon Prime on price? Or is that a futile discussion?
10:10

Improving transparency in the ad ecosystem

  • Where do you see room for improvement, either on the buy-side or sell-side?
  • What processes and governance can agencies adopt to address client concerns?
  • What can publishers do to improve transparency in their supply-chain?
  • How would you rate the impact of ad verification platforms like MOAT and IAS in improving transparency?
  • What are your thoughts on Ads.txt?
10:10

Linking your CSR programme with your loyalty programme

  • What are the current CSR programmes do you have in your company?
  • How do you involve customers in your company’s CSR programme?
  • Why do you think involving customers is important?
  • How does your loyalty programme play in engaging members/customers in your CSR programme?
  • Do you think this has value on the perspective of the company and the member?
10:10

Making practical use of location data

  • What does location data mean to you?
  • Do you use it in your marketing? If you do, how do you use it?
  • Has location-based ad targeting worked for you? If so, how did it work? Was it useful?
  • What is your opinion on beacon technology? Would you use it? If so, why? If not, why not?
10:10

Share & Solve: Technology & Strategy

Following our inspirational morning keynotes, we go interactive, with a series of roundtables on the most pressing issues in marketing for you to choose from. Choose the discussion topic of your choice and just join in the debate! Topics to be announced soon.
11:00

Networking Refreshments and Exhibition Visit

Building Data Platforms

Benedict Ang
Analytics
11:40

Acquiring persistent ID data

  • Why email addresses are still the most important data to collect
  • What to do when it’s reasonable to collect email data from your customers
  • What other identifiers are useful for a marketer to have
Andy Clark
Analytics
12:00

Going beyond CDPs: How to create a Universal Data Hub (UDH)

  • What actually counts as a 'single customer view' and how do you know you have it?
  • What's the point of a 'single customer view', and how can an effective UDH help you monetise it?
  • Case studies of successful UDH implementation - what's the real benefit to your business?
Zhiliang Li
Analytics
12:20

How to move towards people-based marketing

  • What is people-based marketing?
  • What’s the hardest part of implementing people-based marketing?
  • Why and how to make the best of the implicit information you have
  • Why understanding how to serve the customer with omni-channel methods needs to be developed deliberately
12:40

Networking Lunch and Exhibition Visit

The Customer Journey

William Adeney
Analytics
13:50

Using customer data to build a useful customer journey map

  • Why telcos and banks can use a scorch-the-earth approach to customer journey mapping, and why it’s pointless for other industry sectors to try and imitate them
  • How to rank touchpoints by importance so as not to be overwhelmed by the ‘experiential’ aspect of marketing
  • How to develop a cross-functional map that clarifies the customer journey to all internal departments that affect the customer journey
Sanchit Mendiratta
Analytics
14:10

Guiding customers to buy

  • How to use customer journey maps to help shorten the customer journey
  • How to understand where customers fall off, and what can be done to re-engage those who won’t buy
  • How customer journey maps can make marketing cheaper and more effective

Predictive Analytics

Tran Nguyen
Analytics
14:50

Practical uses of machine learning: A case study from Tiki Vietnam

  • How machine learning helped Tiki Vietnam target customers that are most likely to respond to ads
  • How Tiki Vietnam built a machine-learning model to segment its email database and reduce email wastage
  • The practical limitations of machine learning: Why machine learning can’t help you if you don’t know where to look
Nicolas Bargas
Analytics
15:10

Overcoming data blindness: Insights from Sanofi’s dengue vaccine marketing campaigns in Thailand and Singapore

  • How regulations induce data blindness, what it means in practice and how this makes gathering 1st-party data difficult
  • The difference between marketing to doctors and patients
  • How ads’ segmentation is used to gauge relevance and engagement
  • Creating new data sources to reduce data blindness: How YouTube ad views and Facebook engagement metrics give an idea of what campaign success is
  • Mind the data gap: How traditional market research is coupled to digital insights to help measure campaign success
Analytics
15:30

How to move towards prescriptive analytics

  • How far off are predictive analytics tools from prescriptive analytics?
  • How much can prescriptive analytics tools be trusted?
  • What are the most effective prescriptive analytics tools?
15:50

Networking Refreshments and Exhibition Visit

End of Conference

last published: 17/Oct/17 11:35