Time is running out for marketers wanting to learn how to develop a consistent brand experience while authentically connecting with their customers, as the Campaign Brand Forum is down to its last few tickets.
Campaign Brand Forum is designed to give senior in-house marketers the chance to be inspired by leading practitioners and debate the big issues, all while networking with like-minded peers and connecting with interesting agencies.
The event, which is free to attend for brand marketers, will take place at the Tylney Hall country house hotel in Hampshire on 27 and 28 June.
Delegates will hear from Jenny Packwood, head of brand engagement at KFC, who will reflect on KFC’s response to running out of chicken in a session on how to react to external threats.
Other keynote speakers include Scott Somerville, head of advertising PR & campaigns, E.On, talking about how marketers can emotionally connect with consumers; and Piers Newson, head of brand strategy at Direct Line Group, on creating and measuring a consistent brand experience.
Anne Nosko, marketing director, Europe, Diageo; Rachel Wakley, general manager at Warner Bros, and Nathan Ashfield, brand marketing manager at Axa UK are also speaking at the event.