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Digital Marketing Day 2017 — Getting To Know You

1 December
9.30am – 5.00pm
Barbican Centre, London

How do we make ourselves so irresistible that audiences seek us out, instead of the other way around? How do we harness digital technologies to tell stories, build trust and connect with our audiences?

Digital Marketing Day 2017 — Getting to know you, brings together speakers from the arts, creative and tech sectors to explore the latest digital developments.

We’ll be putting our relationships with our audiences under the microscope; audiences as consumers, as content providers, audiences as broadcasters. We’ll share practical case studies and challenge existing ways of thinking.

You’ll leave this full day event feeling fired up, inspired and ready to try out new ideas.

View the full timetable for the day.

“Very good event. Really enjoyed the sessions and learnt a lot.”
Digital Marketing Day 2016 delegate

“I wish my bosses had been listening!”
Digital Marketing Day 2016 delegate


  • AMA member rate: £158 + VAT
  • Non-member rate: £219 + VAT

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You can get an overview of all sessions by selecting “all” or using the filters below to explore individual sessions.

  • All
  • Breakouts
  • Experience
  • Keynotes
  • Sponsored Sessions
Sponsored session: From Digital Strategy to Audience Reality
Facebook and Instagram – engaging global and local communities
Sponsored session: The great (marketing) value of a customer moment
Sponsored session: Using AI to get your digital house in order
Is Culture Digital?
Digital Adventures in Meaningful Relationships
Sponsored session: Canvas 121s
Hyper Reality Experiences – what the BBC did next
Beyond the Consumer – Rethinking Online Participation
Digital Customer Service – How the British Museum is getting to know you
Morning briefing: Building awareness and driving sales through content
Experience for Yourself: Virtual Reality
Forever Project – A Case Study
Experience for Yourself: Forever Project
Ones and Zeros – From Data to People


Susannah Simons
Director Arts and Outreach for Canvas

Cherelle Cunningham
Birmingham Museums Trust

Selma Willcocks

Patrick Towell
Golant Media Ventures

Ben Portnoi

Dan Watt-Smith
Canvas Project Director at Brave Bison

Coline Cuau
British Museum

Martin Gammeltoft
Activity Stream

Will Saunders

Florence Eves

Katie Moffat
The Audience Agency

Kate Carter
British Museum

Glenn Miller

Chris Stevens

Ian Forrester

Jo Hunter
64 Million Artists

Sarah Coward
National Holocaust Centre and Museum

Imran Ali
CARBON: imagineering

Eileen Evans
Forced Entertainment

Charlotte Gross
Scottish Ballet

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