The session will look ahead to 2023 and address the challenges of marketing leaders which are as exciting, but more complex as ever. The pandemic has caused a huge realignment in the way we work with our teams and agencies to deliver creativity.
Our Circles events bring members together to discuss and debate key marketing topics, providing the opportunity to hear new ideas and opinions from fellow members, while also being able to add your voice to the conversation. The aim is to provide an informal setting to debate some important topics that will help us all in our leadership roles.
Date: Thursday 27 October
Venue: Accenture, 250 North Bridge Road, #31-00 Raffles City Tower, Singapore 179101
Time: 8.30am-10.30am SGT
Topics for discussion:
- Changes to government employment laws have brought new restrictions and impacted how we attract and retain talent.
- Rapidly changing technology constantly changes how we engage with customers and the way we work internally – does it enhance or stifle creativity?
- How are all of these factors impacting our businesses and how do we manage the change?
We know that we’re stronger together, than we are alone. So come to our breakfast to connect with fellow like-minded marketing leaders to share ideas, challenges, opportunities and take new ideas back to the office.
The aim is to provide an informal setting to debate important topics
Members: This event is included in your membership, book now to reserve your place
Non-members: Our events are predominantly for our members but please register your interest below and a member of the team will be in touch
8.30 - Networking, coffee, registration
9.00 - Welcome from Joe Pullos
9.05 - Joe Pullos - Theme and format for the day
9.10 - Joe Pullos - Changes in APAC that are happening and the impact of a recession, cost of living, inflation and the challenges for marketing leaders
9.15 - Group discussion in two groups of leaders
9.55 - One person from each groups shares the key talking points
10.05 - Group discussion with everyone about key themes
10.25 - Joe Pullos wraps up and give key take-aways