By Nick Johnson - July 25th, 2015
The 3rd annual Incite Summit will take place on 12-13 November in New York - bringing together 200+ major brands to debate the future of marketing
Wednesday July 22 // New York
In a crowded field, the Incite Summit stands apart as the USA’s most brand-focused marketing conference.
The two-day conference focuses exclusively on bringing together major brand leaders to speak. Each of them is briefed to present practical, real-world expertise when on stage - a refreshing difference from the vague, untested hypothesising prevalent at most marketing conferences.
Speakers sharing their experiences include senior executives from Activision, Amtrak, HSBC, Citi, AIG, Dell, Emblem Health, Prudential, eBay and (many) more.
The audience - dominated by 80% brand marketers - plays an active role in the 17 discussions and debate sessions. Previous attendees include brands like 3M, Barnes & Noble, AT&T, Bose, Arby’s, American Express, Comcast, Disney, EA, Gatorade, General Electric, Google, HJ Heinz, Mars, McDonald’s, Pfizer, Red Bull and many more.
Topics up for debate at the 3rd iteration of this leading marketing conference include:
- Customers expect (even) more: Deliver marketing that is mobile-friendly; a seamless customer experience, and engaging content. This marketing conference helps you deliver it.
- Build the future of your business: You know your customers better than anyone else. Use data, CRM and analytics to adjust to your new role building your company’s future strategy
- Experience is Everything: For a seamless, satisfying customer experience, you need integrated customer data, online and offline touchpoints, content, care and more. Help build marketing that works.
For more information on the USA’s leading brand-focused marketing conference, visit the official event website here.
November 2015, The Marriott Brooklyn Bridge
The USA's best brand-focused marketing conference. Featuring CMOs, SVPs and marketing leaders from Dell, Citi, Chobani, Activision, HSBC, Mondelez and many more.Brochure Programme