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Internet Advertising Bureau returns to London’s Congress Centre for major industry conference

IAB Mobile Engage conference at Congress Centre
Game changers from the media, technology and creative industries will converge on central London’s hi-tech Congress Centre on 11th June 2015 for the second day-long Content Conference organised by the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) in order to consider internet advertising and its effectiveness from an audience perspective.

Delegates will discover just how crucial content is to a brand’s online presence and find out how native advertising taps into new audience behaviours and expectations, as well as consider the importance of developing new measurement currencies that target the value of engagement and share valuable insights into what content and native advertising really require in terms of planning, creation and delivery.

Over 250 delegates are expected to attend the event, which features presentations from leading industry figures including author and former Planning Director of BMP/DDB, Paul Feldwick, James Hayr, Head of Content Solutions at AOL, Dominic Mills, former Editorial Director of Campaign, and Anais Hayes, Head of Brand Innovation at Google, to name but a few.  

According to Lizzie Randall, IAB events manager, “We chose the Congress Centre for this event as we have used the venue previously for another conference and we know the space works really well. We were also impressed to find out that Congress Centre has upgraded its AV equipment in the auditorium which is fantastic and the staff are extremely helpful and accommodating. The very central location is also hard to beat.”   

The conference, which is due to take place in Congress Hall, the largest space at the venue, starts at 10:30am and ends with early evening networking drinks. A bowl food lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments will be served during the day and the IAB intends to make full use of Congress Centre’s in-house AV equipment and built-in stage set.  

The conference costs £249 + VAT for IAB members and £498 + VAT for non-members.

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