At the Festival of Marketing Oystercatchers are running a series of sessions on leadership. On day two, we are inviting our Club members to join in the discussion.
Our session has a stellar-line up of game-changers who promise to share their very own personal experiences; challenges they’ve met along their journeys of transformation; the highs along with the lows.
The morning is closed-doors, Chatham House rules, no press. It’s for client leaders only – a unique opportunity for frank, constructive, confidential conversation.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to attend.
Day 2 Headline stage opening sessions:
9.00am Sir Martin Sorrell
9.30am ITV CEO Carolyn McCall DBE
Oystercatchers Club leadership track
10.30 – 11.15 How do you bring value to the boardroom? Nigel Payne, Board Director and Chairman at various listed companies including Gateley plc, Stride Gaming plc, Get Busy plc; former CEO Sportingbet
11.15 – 12.00 How to craft the perfect pitch: do agencies and clients see eye to eye? Ellie Norman, Marketing Director, F1; Richard Morris, CEO, Initiative; and Phil Rumbol, Executive Partner, MullenLowe
12.00 – 12.45 The Marketing Model of the future. Following the sessions with Sir Martin Sorrell and Carolyn McCall DBE on the headline stage we will be discussing how clients and agencies can create future proof models. With Guy Wieynk, CEO Publicis UK & Western Europe, and Terry Hunt, CEO, The Future Customer, and Chris Macleod, Marketing Director, TfL
12.45 – 13.30 Leverage AI to Drive Client Success and Grow Agency Revenue
Loren McDonald, Marketing Evangelist at IBM Watson Marketing
Derick Wiesner, European Digital Marketing Agency and Channel Sales Manager, Watson Customer Engagement
13.30 – 14.00 Lunch: The Future of Digital. Trends and insights emerging from Econsultancy’s 2018 Top 100 Digital Agencies Report: with Ruth Mortimer
You’ll also be amongst the first to see our exhibition of incredible CMO portraits taken by Rankin, which will be displayed in the C-suite room, courtesy of Hogarth