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How to avoid being sacked when using hyper-personalization

MAD//Anywhere
11
Mar

How to avoid being sacked when using hyper-personalization

by MAD//Anywhere
 
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Agillic’s CXO Rasmus Houlind will be speaking at this year’s MAD//Anywhere digital conference. The conference aims to bring together the global marketing community through live, interactive digital content and entertainment to facilitate conversation across space and time.

Rasmus will be adding to the discussion of latest global trends in marketing, advertising and innovation with a presentation on how to unlock the benefits and minimize the risks associated with hyper-personal marketing.

Make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to see Rasmus speak – along with speakers from Ben and Jerry’s, Unilever, Revolut, Boots, O2 and many, many more.

Use the code GIFT//AGILLIC to get your tickets for free!

To register for this event please visit the following URL:

 

Date And Time

2021-03-11 @ 04:56 PM to
05:03 PM
 

Location

Anywhere
 

Event Category

Webinar
 
 
 

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