Herbeleef de UBA Trends Day

Bekijk hier de presentaties van de UBA Trends Day 2021, gevolgd door de Q&A van Peter Hinssen en Steven Van Belleghem. Deze blijven beschikbaar tot en met 30 april. 

De replay is alleen toegankelijk voor de deelnemers van de UBA Trends Day 2021.

Onze content partners WeAreTheWords (Franstalig) en The Fat Lady (Nederlandstalig) maakten een verslag van alle presentaties. Ook de vakpers berichtte uitgebreid over dit evenement. Lees hier PUB, Mediaspecs en Media Marketing.

Keynotes

  1. 29:50

    Trends in Strategy. Thriving in the Urban Galaxy

  2. 41:02

    Consumer Trends. Consumer Expectations for 2020 and Beyond

  3. 29:09

    Trends in Technology. Marketing in the Age of Emerging Tech.

  4. 23:03

    Trends in Marketing. Slow is the New Fast

  5. Trends in Retail. How China drives Global Retail

Media Date

  1. 23:06

    Trends in Media. The Storm is Now the Weather

  2. 8:30

    Digital Ad Trust Belgium next steps

  3. 15:10

    Personalized Advertising: Why the used data should benefit your audience, not just your brand

  4. 23:21

    Trends in Addressable. Understanding the Reality of Addressable TV in Europe

Esports & Technology

  1. 28:20

    Trends in Gaming. How Brands can score with eSports?

  2. 35:58

    Q&A in Virtual Reality

Q&A & Workshops

  1. 1:25:45

    Interactive Workshop: From Trends to Innovation

  2. 1:09:50

    Q&A: Meet Dr. Kjell A. Nordström & Ann Handley

UBA Marketing & Esports Discovery Days

  1. 29:50

    Trends in Strategy. Thriving in the Urban Galaxy

  2. 41:02

    Consumer Trends. Consumer Expectations for 2020 and Beyond

  3. 29:09

    Trends in Technology. Marketing in the Age of Emerging Tech.

  4. 23:03

    Trends in Marketing. Slow is the New Fast

  5. Trends in Retail. How China drives Global Retail

  1. 59:22

    Trends in Marketing. There's Only One Left. - Seth Godin

  2. 1:02:30

    Trends in Branding. Thinking different is not enough. - Katrina Dodd

  3. 1:05:03

    Trends in Culture. The Ministry in Common Sense. - Martin Lindstrom

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