Digital Mission to New York including Econsultancy's JUMP Conference (28th Oct - 2nd Nov)
In some very exciting news, Digital Mission is returning with it's fourth trip to New York this Autumn, from 28th October - 2nd November.
Following on from 2010's successful Digital Mission to NYC trip, this Mission to New York will co-incide with JUMP, Econsultancy's conference focusing on the latest trend, 'Joined-up Marketing' - bringing Online and Offline together, successfully.
The packed programme builds on the Digital Mission's momentum and relationships with New York-based entrepreneurs, agencies, and digital practitioners to create a cracking line up of activities.
The trip will be aimed at fast-growing UK firms in the digital and agency sector focusing on media, marketing, advertising, real-time bidding, big data, app development, analytics, professional services (design/technical/UX/game development) any suppliers to the marketers in agencies and major brands.
JUMP Conference, 1st Nov 2012
This year's trip will be based around Econsultancy's JUMP Conference on 1st Nov. JUMP is a one-day event focused on the new strategies, tactics and techniques that happen when you stop thinking online/offline and start thinking about the critical trend of 'joined up marketing'.
It's a day packed with best-practice advice, new research, challenging opinions and some very cool case studies.
The idea is simple: engage the most senior marketers in the US with a compelling content program and top-tier networking.
How Much & What Does the Mission Include?
For a total cost of £1,800 + VAT* per company, the Digital Mission will include:
- Digital Mission Programme
- Dedicated Conference Stand & Company Branding at JUMP
- 5 minute Pitch Session at JUMP
- Inclusion in JUMP Conference Brochure
- 2 x JUMP Conference Passes
- Post-Conference Networking
Further details on the Digital Mission programme and JUMP will be announced soon.
* Includes 2 delegates per company, excludes travel & accommodation costs.
Application Deadline: Fri 5th October
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