The Digital Day 2018 conference, will be held this year on May 8th and 9th in Belgrade’s Yugoslav Drama Theater under the slogan ‘New Signal’. The biggest and most important regional conference devoted to digital and interactive marketing, Digital Day, will be held for the eighth time, while foreign lecturers and experts will talk about current industrial trends in the world.
In addition to interesting lectures, the conference will feature numerous panel discussions that will be complemented by experts from the country and the region – representatives of successful digital and marketing companies. Among the lecturers are Ana Anđelić, Chief Brand Officer from Rebecca Minkoff, Brian Morrissey, Editor-in-Chief in DigiDay, Marijana Prpić from Google, Chapin Clark, Executive Vice President – R / GA, Johann Wrede, Global Vice President, Strategic Marketing, SAP Hybris and many others, according to IAB Serbia, an association organizing the Digital Day.
Tickets can be ordered through the official conference website.
This year IAB Serbia is organizing MIXX awards – prestigious, internationally recognized competition within the Digital Day Conference on May 9th. The best registered campaigns will be awarded with IAB MIXX Award, which will set standards that inspire, educate and display best-practice in the digital marketing industry.
About IAB SERBIA
Interactive Advertising Bureau is an association that is actively supporting the growth and development of the digital and interactive marketing market in Serbia, as part of the global IAB network and a member of IAB Europe.
IAB Serbia is fully committed to the constant development of the local digital and interactive market, providing adequate educational content to all stakeholders, by allowing even greater transparency of the market and promoting European IAB values at the local level. Further information about the conference is available through the official website.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.