Cannes in Cairns: Revelry, Rivalry and Ryvalmedia. Early Bird Tickets Closing Soon!

Cannes in Cairns: Revelry, Rivalry and Ryvalmedia. Early Bird Tickets Closing Soon!

Petrol, tomatoes, Fabergé eggs! It just feels like the price of everything is going up and up!

So, who wouldn’t want to feel a little more bulge in the old wallet or purse all while attending the advertising industry event of 2022? 

And with Cannes in Cairns (May 16-18) early bird tickets finishing this very Sunday, time’s running out to save yourself some coin on an event whose speaker line-up is only bettered by the networking opportunities. For full ticket details click HERE.

Such has been the overwhelming demand, some of the networking events are now fully booked, but there are still plenty of opportunities to relax and mingle with like-minded industry brains such as yours. Check out the fantastic networking schedule HERE.

In more exciting CIC developments, Ryvalmedia has now come on board as an event gold sponsor.

Joseph Pardillo, Ryvalmedia’s managing director, commented: “We are delighted to be a part of the exceptional line-up of marketers, publishers and brands supporting and speaking at the inaugural Cannes In Cairns conference.

“After two tumultuous years, it will be a pleasure to reconnect with industry leaders in Cairns to discuss the current challenges and opportunities shaping the market. Ryvalmedia will be sharing insights into how our team is helping our clients navigate the new demands of the digital economy with customer-centric marketing and specialist digital skillsets.”

Ryvalmedia will also be hosting a session on day one titled: “Mind the gap: How to bridge the talent crunch and digital skills gap impacting business performance?”

Ryvalmedia’s general manager, Marcus Betschel, will moderate the panel discussion which will deep dive into some of the key results from this year’s 2022 Marketing State of Play survey, recently conducted by Arktic Fox alongside Michael Page. 

Marcus Betschel – General Manager, Ryvalmedia

With 70 per cent of respondents made up of CMOs and Heads of Marketing of some of Australia’s largest brands, these results are a fascinating insight into the challenges that exist and lay ahead for marketers and the media industry in Australia.

Panellists include Arktic Fox’s founder and director, Teresa Sperti, Coles’s head of digital marketing, Eve Ireland, and Ryvalmedia’s head of product and innovation, Jonathan Henshaw. You can check out the rest of our illustrious speaker lineup here.

Jonathan Henshaw – Head of Product & Innovation, Ryvalmedia

So don’t be a tweet! Get your Cannes in Cairns early bird tickets today!  

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