NEW YORK (December 3, 2018) — Adweek, the leading source of news and insights covering marketing, media and technology, is excited to announce that its NexTech Summit will be held in fall 2019. The event will feature new advances in technology and their implications for advertising and brand marketing, including AI, augmented reality and other emerging platforms that will open new doors for businesses and the talent that runs them.
“We’re thrilled to be leading the conversation on the ever-evolving role of technology in advertising and marketing strategy,” said Jeffrey Litvack, CEO of Adweek. “This event will bring together the industry’s brightest minds to provide deep insights on how technological advancements will impact the marketing landscape in the next 5-10 years.”
Bringing into focus the most salient topics facing today’s leaders in the advertising, media and technology sectors, Adweek’s NexTech Summit will include a full day of programming that includes keynotes, Q&A discussions, fireside chats and networking. With conversations featuring some of the industry’s most influential voices, the event will offer attendees a unique opportunity to connect with industry leaders and gain expert opinions on one of the fastest-growing aspects of the business today.
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