TrendsPlus 2012: The premier marketing event is coming

Back for its second year, TrendsPlus 2012 features a stellar line-up with speakers from Google, eBay and PepsiCo. For anyone interested in the biggest upcoming marketing trends, this is an unmissable event.

Last Updated: 07 Feb 2013

TrendsPlus is the annual event from MT's sister titles Marketing, Campaign, PR Week and MediaWeek. It provides an exclusive opportunity to hear and see brand new content from over a dozen thought leaders, marketing masterminds and advertising gurus. The theme: to explore the trends and ideas that will significantly affect the behaviour, needs and expectations of consumers in the next 12-18 months.

From the shifting needs of UK and global demographics to the impact of technological innovations, sociological change and the challenges presented by the state of the global economy, TrendsPlus 2012 will give you a well-informed sneak preview of where your future profits may lie.

Highlights of the day-long conference include:

Emerging Consumer Behavioural Trends - Head First Into a Profitable 2013!
Henry Mason, Global Head of Research and Managing Partner,

‘Meaningful Economy’ – Assessing The Business Of Meaning & The Meaning Of Business
Manoj Fenelon, Director of Foresight, PepsiCo

The Future Professional – What Professional Networking Can Reveal About People
Christina Jenkins, Insights Lead, EMEA, LinkedIn

Bringing The Web To Life - The Story Of Web Lab
Indy Saha, Director of Strategy, Google Creative Lab

Check out the full programme now or, to register your place, visit TrendsPlus.

MT readers get £100 off full-price tickets. Just enter discount code MT20 into the ‘How did you hear about this conference?’ section when booking.

TrendsPlus takes place on December 4 at the Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT

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