All the experts, analysts and geeks here at Search Engine Watch and ClickZ are very proud to present Shift, a new two-day event taking place at 155 Broadgate, London on 24 – 25 May 2016.
Shift is all about altering the minds and business models disrupted by digital, and recognising the imperative need to transform.
At the event, 500+ senior business and digital marketing strategists from a huge array of global brands will meet to compare notes, source suppliers, get quick answers, sharpen their strategies, help each other and discuss the impact of digital on the future shape of business. Your business!
What can you expect from Shift?
Two days jam-packed with best practice advice, new research, challenging opinions and relevant, up-to-the-minute case studies. The idea is simple: Shift is all about turning the tables to take disruption head-on.
There’ll be 50+ speakers, all in top echelons of the C-suite from brands as diverse as BBC, Travelex, Etsy, Heathrow, Vodafone, Nissan. They’ll be delivering guidance and insight across our three concurrent streams – Customer Acquisition, Customer Experience and Retention, Digital Transformation – covering the following topics:
The Industrial Revolution lasted 100 years. By that measure, the Digital Revolution has 85 more years of fast and furious disruption coming our way, but the opportunities are limitless if you are ready to step up and face transformation head on.
Come meet the drivers of digital change. Book your place today.
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