The two expert marketers lead an influential line-up of digital experts at this year's Revolution Forum, which takes place from 12 to 13 December 2011, offering brand marketers a free delegate place.
The Revolution Forum offers marketers an indispensible opportunity to get together and meet face-to-face with key suppliers, gain insight into the latest digital marketing trends and network with peers.
Maples will deliver a talk describing how Spotify is fusing music and digital marketing to create new opportunities for brands while Bromley will explain how the MailOnline mastered the web to become the second most visited newspaper site in the world.
In addition, Karl Gregory, managing director of Match, will describe the crucial steps towards building a mainstream brand through digital marketing. Gregory, who was previously marketing director at Match, has masterminded the growth of the dating site from an online start-up into a brand loved by consumers.
Workshops include: Practical advice: 10 ways to get the best from your agencies, where Juliet Blackburn, former CMO of Skype, now managing director of Grupo Consultores UK, provides an indispensable guide for working well with agencies and suppliers.
The Revolution Forum is free to client marketers with purchasing responsibility and an annual digital budget in excess of £200,000 per annum. This includes accommodation for one night and meals.
To book your place fill in the online form or contact the Forum team: delegates at haynet dot com or call 020 8267 4116.