MarketingQED sign up as partner for BrandMAX

MarketingQED has signed up as an event partner for BrandMAX, Marketing's two day conference and networking event for senior marketers at Altitude 360 venue in London's Millbank Tower on September 21 and 22.

The marketing technology business is the sixth partner to come on board to BrandMAX which is in association with JWT and ebiquity. EffectiveBrands, Smooth Radio and pd3 are also event partners.

Speakers including Andy Street, managing director of John Lewis Partnership, Nina Bibby, Barclaycard's CMO, Richard Hudson, marketing director of BMW and more, will ensure the event focuses on every aspect of the marketing mix at BrandMAX, run by Brand Republic Group, publisher of Marketing.

"We are delighted to partner with Brand Republic Group in the launch of the inaugural BrandMAX summit. The marketing landscape has changed so dramatically in the past 10 years that an event that gives us all a chance to rethink and talk about every aspect of brand communications is essential and JWT looks forward to taking part in the debate," said Guy Hayward, Chief Executive Officer, JWT UK Group.

An elite event, the Summit will have room for 250 senior marketers, partners and leading advertising and communication practitioners who want to be part of the debate. Limited delegate places are available at www.brand-max.net.

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