The Guardian’s annual flagship summit returns and for the third year running Suki Thompson has been invited to host a key session on 15th March in London.

Suki and her guest panellists will examine “Rebuilding the client/agency relationship” in the light of advertising fraud, concerns with ad viewability, and, recent scandal over agency rebates and kickbacks. And ask whether new agency models hold the answer?

Joining Suki on stage are: Nick Baughan, CEO, Maxus UK; Jenny Biggam, CEO, The 7 StarsGary Bramall, CMO, mytaxiCarl Erik Kjærsgaard, CEO & co-founder, Blackwood Seven A/S.

The Guardian Changing Media Summit typically brings together over 400 C-level executives from across the media spectrum. And this year sees an impressive line-up drawn from media [BBC News, CNN, Discovery Networks and the Guardian]; brand owners [Jenny Halpern Prince, founder and CEO, Halpern; Anna Hill, CMO, The Walt Disney Company UK & Ireland; Matt Warnock, digital editor in chief, Philips] and academics [Dr Anders Sandberg, research fellow, Future of Humanity Institute, & senior fellow, Oxford Martin School; Neil Lawrence, senior principal scientist at Amazon and professor of machine learning, University of Sheffield].

Do come and join us on 15th March. The Summit takes place at B1, Location House, Southampton Row, London.

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