The Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA) has announced three additional global speakers who will join the line-up for RESET 2017 in October.
Jamie Barnard, general counsel of global marketing, media and e-commerce at Unilever (UK), Tom Goodwin, executive vice president of innovation at Zenith Media (USA), and Neil Perkin, founder of Only Dead Fish (UK), will join Shadi Halliwell and Bessie Lee as speakers at the conference.
Outgoing AANA chief executive Sunita Gloster said: “AANA members often talk about the challenge of ensuring their processes and structures are responsive to customer expectations and new opportunities as they arise.
“Becoming more agile, enabling innovation and improving efficiency are important themes within this year’s RESET agenda.
“These three speakers deliver to this specific agenda.”
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