Don't miss the first ever iMedia Agency Summit in Southeast Asia!
6-8 October 2008, Grand Hyatt, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia
The inaugural Southeast Asian iMedia Agency Summit this October, will allow attendees to have the opportunity to rub shoulders with the key interactive agency leaders and explore, challenge and build the future of online interactive and digital media, and marketing in the region. The role of the agency in the ever-evolving interactive media space is changing.
The iMedia Summits have been running since 2001. Borne out of the U.S., iMedia has invited agency senior management to these exclusive summits, and within these few days, usually in an intimate resort setting, the senior level executives get to re-examine strategies for their clients and their own businesses, gain a fresh vision of industry trends, and network with peers, senior personnel from publishers and technology service providers.
Important Note: iMedia limits publisher/service provider attendance to ensure a high ratio of agencies, so space is limited. Request your invitation today!
Content designed by peers for peers
A stellar list of industry executives are working with the iMedia content development taff to craft the content for this inaugural event . The conference will include:
- challenging keynotes
- dynamic "power-panel" discussions
- full range of breakout sessions
- small group discussions bringing all summit participants together to tackle industry issues
- dedicated time to build quality relationships through networking sessions, recreational activities and functions.
Getting under the skin of the issues that matter most to you
We'll be getting to the core of the most challenging topics facing Asia agencies today and our advisory board has helped us carefully refine content to ensure we fire no blanks. Learn from core challenges affecting the Asia creative and media agency world.
The advisory board for the Agency Summit in Bali includes:
- Mark Cripps, regional director, McCann WorldGroup
- Nick Handel, managing director, Arc Worldwide, Singapore
- Robbie Hills, CEO, Asia Pacific, GroupM Search
- John Lambie, regional digital creative director, Bates Asia
- Christina Lee, Asia managing director, BusinessWeek
- Adrian Moss, Group CEO, Deal Group Media Plc
- John Ng, managing director, Profero
- Paul Soon, managing director, XM Asia Pacific
Some of the most influential agency executives will be invited to spend three days at the resort as our guests, free of charge. In addition, some of the leading online media companies and advertising service providers -- the companies you work with -- will be invited to attend.
5 Reasons why you need to be at the Agency Symmit
- Participate in the pre-eminent relationship-building, business-building gathering in the interactive marketing industry.
- The exclusive, invitation-only format supports a high ratio of buyers to sellers
- Learn from comprehensive, cutting-edge content with great speakers and interactive breakout sessions
- Enjoy plenty of organised networking time (including several assigned seating events) that ensures you meet everyone
- The five-star resort setting takes everyone away from day-to-day intrusions, allowing for a relaxed, focused atmosphere in which to conduct business
Who will be at iMedia's Agency Summit? Here's a sample:
|Arc Worldwide Singapore||Chief Strategy Officer|
|Arc Worldwide Bangkok||Business Director, CRM & Interactive|
|Initiative||Regional Interactive Strategy Director|
|McCann World Group Hong Kong||Regional Director|
|Mindshare Malaysia||Managing Director|
|Mindshare Singapore||Chief Executive Offcer|
|New Media Co., Ltd||Regional Strategy Director|
|Proximity/BBDO||Regional Managing Director|
|RMG Connect||President, Asia Pacific|
|Tribal DDB||Sr. Vice President - Strategy|
|Universal McCann||Regional Interactive Director|
|Waggerner Edstrom Worldwide||Director, Digital Strategies Group|
Click here for a full list of attendees.
If you're interested in taking part in the iMedia Agency Summit, you are encouraged to request an invitation well in advance to be considered, as there are strict qualifying criteria.