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Agility AdaptLabs

Our Agility Adaptathon presents three unique AdaptLabs in addition to the centrepiece Members Lunch - Agile Culture session.

AdaptLab 1 – Agile Measurement

Wednesday 7th May 8.15am-11.30am
Altitude, Millbank Tower, London, SW1P 4QS

You may know the advantages of social media, but do you understand its commercial value?
Participants in this session will work on live client briefs and workshop how to demonstrate the ROI for a campaign which includes social media.
This session is part of the #IPASocialWorks project is in association with The Marketing Society, Market Research Society and supported by Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.  The agenda for this highly interactive morning is as follows:

8.15        Registration and coffee
8.30        Provocationwhat’s hot, what’s not
                Chris Macleod, Marketing Director, Transport for London and IPA Client Council
9.45        Inspiration – the best new cases
                Stephen Maher, CEO, MBA
9.00        Education – measuring not counting
 
               Jenny Burns, Global Head of Social Media, Royal Sun Alliance (RSA)
9.15        Investigation – the 5 point plan
                James Devon, Planning Director, MBA
9.35        Breakouts - groups workshop live briefs
                Barclaycard, Lucy Wren, Head of Social Media
                BP, Ben Jefferies, Director of Social Media
                RSA, Jenny Burns, Global Head of Social Media
                Sony, Tim Lion, European Head of Social Media
                TFL, Lucy Whitehead, Principle Planner - Digital and Social Media
10.45      Process review and key learning
11.15      The next 100 days challenge
                Stephen Maher, CEO, MBA
11.30      Close

AdaptLab 2 – Agile Media

Wednesday 7th May 3pm-5pm
Altitude, Millbank Tower, London, SW1P 4QS

This AdaptLab will put the world of programmatic trading in the spotlight. Led by Paul Mead, Founder & MD, VCCP Media the session will look at how the media world is moving rapidly from set piece planning and buying to real time trading and optimisation.  We will hear the perspective of the key players in this new space – from the technology platforms to the trading desks – on how ‘programmatic’ trading will have a fundamental impact on the future of advertising. Participants will come away with a greater understanding of the future of real-time media and how can we become more agile to prepare for it.

2.45       Registration and coffee
3.05       Introduction by Paul Mead, Founder & Managing Director, VCCP Media
3.15       The trading desk perspective. An introduction to programmatic media, real time
               bidding and trading
               Caspar Schlickum, CEO, Xaxis
3.35       The demand side platform and client perspective
               Nigel Gilbert, VP Sales EMEA, AppNexus
3.55       The technology platform perspective.
               Is there a comparison between the tech platforms of the city and the tech
               platforms in media?
                Rohit Dhawan, Director of Project Management, Google
4.15       Panel Q&A
               Chaired by Paul Mead our speakers will be joined by an expert panel from the world of
               programmatic media including Steve Hobbs, Managing Director, Amnet UK to discuss the
               key issues and answer audience questions.
5.00      Summary and Close   

AdaptLab 3 - Agile Creative

Thursday 8th May 8.30am–1pm
IPA, 44 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8QS

This AdaptLab will first debate with our senior panel of client and media and creative agencies how we structure, budget, organise and release control for brand rather than product conversations, and create real time response. Then we will present three points of view on working with trusted production partners to get the best results. Finally participants will then break into groups to workshop planning, listening and creating real time agility.

The agenda for the action packed morning will work as follows:

8.30       Registration and coffee
8.45       Introduction
               Ian Priest, IPA President
8.50      
How do we structure for brand conversations and to create real time response
               Panellists Sara Bennison, Managing Director Marketing Communications, Barclays UK
               Retail Bank; Charlie Rudd, Managing Director, BBH; Sean Betts, Head of Agile Client
               Solutions, Havas Media UK; Stephen Wise, Founder & Managing Director, Trigger Social
10.00     Crowd sourcing and what’s working in the USA
               
John Winsor, CEO, Victor and Spoils
10.10     Sustaining the conversation 24/7
               
Chris Chaundler, Production Director, VCCP KIN
10.20     Developing with Youtube, connecting to talent
               
Alison Lomax, Head of Creative Agency Partnerships, Google
10.30     Q&A audience to panel
10.45     Coffee break
11.00     Participants will form teams to work through a series of collaborative challenges,
               exploring a real brief and responding to real-time demands and requirements of
               ‘moments’ marketing

1.00       Close

 

See www.ipa.co.uk/adaptathon for full details and to book

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