Cast your mind back and think about how you’ve acquired your digital marketing and media skills. Perhaps you’re self-taught, or maybe you’ve benefited from internal training at your organisation? If so, do you feel skilled and confident in all areas of digital? If you’d like to further improve your skill set and value to your organisation, you should take a closer look at the ad:tech University. Or, please tell your colleagues who might be looking to improve their knowledge and application of digital marketing and media.
Thank you to Katy Daniells from DaemonTwo for this post event review on the club ad:tech breakfast briefing with Scott Dinsdale:
“This morning saw the start of the Ad:Tech Breakfast Briefing series (#adtechbb) for 2010. Today’s speaker was Scott Dinsdale, EVP, Global Digital Operations & New Technology from Sony Music. ”Stories From The Front Line: Digital Transformation In Real Time”
Scott offered some great insights into how the digital world has transformed the music industry for Sony. Here are a few key points:”
You can read more here.
We’re off to the Hunter Valley for the iMedia Summit next week but in the mean time here’s what’s been a-happening…
Sarah’s social life
What’s happening at work
Current office food trends
ad:tech is known for delivering first class education and networking in the digital media & marketing industry. We’re always looking for new ways to serve the digital community so, we’re delighted to be launching the ad:tech University.
ad:tech University, 2 November 2010, Crowne Plaza, Darling Harbour
ad:tech University is an intensive, one day course designed specifically for those who want to advance their knowledge and practical abilities in digital media & marketing. If you want to fast track your (or your team’s) digital skills and knowledge then the ad:tech University is for you. Find out more by clicking here.