According to Advertising Week APAC director Clive Prosser, the highly anticipate Advertising Week APAC (AWAPAC) returns after two years. With unrivaled programming combining skill-building lectures, informative keynotes, and thought-provoking discussions. One of the region’s most popular business events. Its engaging format has always drawn large crowds to Luna Park in Sydney. Also, over 3,000 attendees are anticipate from August 2nd to 3rd.
“At Advertising Week, we’re preoccupied with the future,” Clive explains. We’ve invited the most remarkable thinking leaders from within and beyond the business. They look into the future, anticipate trends, analyze data, and define a new agenda.”
For the first time, a specific sub-program aim at assisting the next generation of communications professionals.
A daily employment fair will hosted. Also, rising practitioners may book in for’speed-mentoring’ with some of the industry’s most senior specialists on the AWAPAC Mentoring Wheel, which will be changed from Luna Park’s Ferris wheel.
Ruth Mortimer, worldwide president of Advertising Week. Also, the event will provide young delegates with tools and practical advice on how to upskill and advance their careers.
This event provides guests with more than just the opportunity for business engagement. It is also prepared to provide some other types of engagements in three days, such as Award Ceremonies, Seminars, Workshops, and other valuable possibilities.
Gold partners of this conference are Amazon Ads, Meta, Twitch, Twitter, etc.
Also, corporate partners of this conference are CNN, Vevo, The Trade Desk, Google, Outbrain, Captify, etc.
The most common reason people attend conferences, forums, and other such events are to network. But what exactly is networking? It entails exchanging ideas and information among people who are experts in one field or who share a common interest. Networking is often done in an informal social setting, such as during a break between acts or during the conference afterparty.
Conferences help you obtain knowledge that is not available elsewhere, whether it is general information about affiliate marketing or practical advice for businesses on how to start up a new revenue stream using affiliate marketing. Most professionals just do not disclose this material online unless there is a specific reason, such as a conference or forum. And we all know that when it comes to learning, the sky is the limit.