Posts for Tag: brands

“We have submitted a talk for SXSW conference and we need your vote TODAY to get in” / Dan Machen and Felix Morgan, HeyHuman

Dan Machen (pictured) & Felix Morgan, Innovators at Hey Human, have proposed a talk on this topic for SXSW 2015: 

'Neuroplasticity and Technology: Why Brands Must Change.'

"Consulting with neuroscience experts from around the world, we will explore the critical challenge we face as marketers in the digital age - whether technology empowers existing behaviours in positive new ways, or is actually causing a negative revolution in the way we react, recall and respond."

The deadline to support this talk is Sept 5th 2014! PLEASE register and click here now to vote and share this link:

If the Brain Has Changed, Our Game Can't Remain the Same : 5 Ways Brands Must Change

As ad agency innovator types, we keep coming up against a familiar pushback: 'There's no such thing as new human behaviours; it's just old behaviours expressed in new ways through technology.' This makes logical sense to me - there's just one problem: deep down I no longer believe it. My disquiet has grown so much that I've pitched to speak at SXSW - March's giant tech/innovation conference - to try to get closer to the bottom of this. (Enlisting some friendly neighbourhood neuroscientists. As you do.)

Use ad:tech London in October as an opportunity to meet, entertain and bond with existing and prospective customers

Why exhibit?

ad:tech London is where the UK digital marketing and media community meet each year to source suppliers, network with the industry and understand the latest trends and technologies. The 2013 event attracted over 5,000 marketing and media professionals and saw a huge surge in attendees looking to invest in marketing, media and technology.

ad:tech London is the must-attend event for anyone who sells to brands, agencies or media owners.

For more detailed information on the ad:tech audience contact Melanie Somers.

Lead generation  Meet face-to-face with the UK’s marketing and media buyers at the place they visit to make investment decisions.