Creative, digital, experiential and media agencies CEOs, along with senior clients got together in four strategic foresight workshops to define the trends and actors and actions that will come together, resulting in potential future scenarios for our industry.
Sebastian Tonda, Founder and CEO of Flock Linked by Isobar and Vice-president of the board of AMAP (Mexican 4As) and leader of the project, will get us trough the resulting scenarios and the actions that we could take to prevent or promote the future success of our industry.
Join leading executives from holding companies, agency startups and newcomers in agency marketing services for a discussion centered on what is to come for agencies. This seminar will answer the lingering questions on what the future holds for agencies. Will they cease to exist, evolve, or take an entirely new form?
Country Manager, Mexico, Edelman
Agency Director, LATAM, Facebook
Pablo Hernandez O’Hagan
President & Founder, Ingenia
Ana María Olabuenaga
Founder & CEO, Olabuenaga & Cuchi Consultoria
The advertising industry is in the midsts of a "merging era." There are however, remaining independent agencies - known for their boutique and creative point-of-views. Are these lone-wolves missing out on resources made available to holding companies and big conglomerates? Leaders of celebrated independent shops come together on stage to discuss how and why they have dodged acquisitions - and what the benefits, and deficits, in doing so have been.
Antonio Ocaranza Fernández
Director, OCA Reputacion
Founder and Executive Creative Director , Made México
CEO & CCO, FLAGCX, The Creative Disruption Network
Join Ricardo Saca from worldwide known design studio Cato Brand Partners and some of their important clients on an interesting topic on how many companies do not take advantage of their assets or history.
'We all want to be recognized but miss on the opportunity of being unique'. This conference will show how Cato Brand Partners develops a new concept or inspiration from elements or facts that are intrinsic to the organization but have been forgotten, neglected or unexploited.