One of the things we have been experimenting with in recent years is how we can make our events deliver more business impact for attendees. We know that larger conferences like New Video Frontiers have an important role to play in terms of setting the industry agenda, but we’re equally aware of their limitations when it comes to more meaningful networking and opportunities for active participation.
Last year we piloted a leadership lunch event on day one of New Video Frontiers 2018, and based on the excellent feedback we created NVF Connect, a leadership forum based mostly on bringing together 150 of the top people in video and TV to come together in a more intimate setting for a day of networking, discussion and debate.
Attendees will be from leading brands, agencies, publishers, broadcasters, pay TV operators and technology companies, and you can can view a sample of the attendees on the event website.
World Class Speakers
Whilst there will be a handful of top tier speakers from both the US and European markets, the core focus will be on creating an industry forum through which we can push video and OTT advertising.
- Hamish Nicklin, CRO at The Guardian
- Harriet Perry, GM, Programmatic UK, Omnicom Media Group
- Jamie West, Deputy MD at Sky Media and Group Director of Advanced Advertising at Sky
- Ethan Heftman, SVP, Precision & Performance, A+E Networks
- Frank Arthofer, Global Head, Digital Media & Licensing, Formula 1
- Andy Jones, Regional Sales Director, Roku
- Vincent Flood, Editor-in-Chief, Video Ad News
Roundtables on Privacy 2.0 & OTT
Our two key themes for the roundtables, which many attendees say is the part of these events they value most, will look at two of the most pressing issues facing the industry today :
- Privacy 2.0 – How will video & TV be impacted by intelligent tracking prevention (ITP)?
Google is expected to make an announcement in the coming weeks about changes to intelligent tracking prevention in Google Chrome, which is likely to have major implications.
- Seizing the OTT Opportunity
Attendees should have a senior decision-making role within their company and early bird tickets are on sale here.
Early booking is advised as places for this event are limited and will sell out.
Group bookings are available. To book a table for 10 people or more, please contact Letizia Cenni via: firstname.lastname@example.org