This page details advertising and marketing conferences and events run by Warc and its partner organisations around the world. Further details are available direct from the organisers.
Conferences labelled will be attended and reported on by Warc. See our Event Reports page for the latest reports.
In this webinar, Faris will provide a framework for understanding what ideas are and how they manifest in the mind. He will then discuss a Genius Steals generative approach to ideas, and highlight cognitive and web tools for having better ones for yourself and your brands.
Join us in Brussels from 3-5 February 2015 to embrace change in qualitative research, explore new methodologies, assess the latest technologies, contextualise ethnographic insights and ultimately reclaim the interpretative potency of qualitative research as an integral driver of business growth.
The event will be hosted at Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam’s former commodities exchange and one of the city’s most celebrated monuments. It is considered the magnum opus of renowned Dutch architect Hendrik Petrus Berlage. For 110 years, the Beurs van Berlage has been the place to meet in the heart of Amsterdam.
Register with the promo code WARCLOVESINNOVATION to receive a 15% discount.
Join us at The Economist's The Big Rethink conference with our special $200 discount. The event is chaired by US technology correspondent Martin Giles and will gather Economist editors and industry leaders from areas such as retail, manufacturing, technology, financial services and beyond to hear front-line stories, ideas and tactics from the world’s leading entrepreneurial CMOs.
The full speaker lineup includes Marc Mathieu, svp/marketing at Unilever, Ann Mukherjee, president/global snacks at PepsiCo Global Insights and Diarmuid O’Connell, vp/business development at Tesla Motors.
Warc readers can save $200 with our special code: EMPMPWAR.
In the run-up to the election and following delayed European legislation, delegates will discuss what steps businesses should be taking to ensure their compliance and priorities for long-term strategies. Delegates will also discuss the challenges of reconciling privacy concerns and the 'right to be forgotten' with freedom of information and public interest, as well as implications for policing following recent cases of ISPs and websites informing on the viewing of illegal content by users.
Building on the continued success for the only global conference series focusing on innovation and mobile marketing research, MRMW features world class speakers, cutting edge discussions and a review of the latest tools and technologies available.