AI is coming for you


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Why tech will improve marketing, whether you like it or not.

Tech is taking over, don’t be left behind.

Join a heady mix of early tech adopters, industry creatives and communications professionals to showcase the very real pros and cons of entering the AI age of tech innovation for creative communications.

Our esteemed lineup of AI-list panellists include:

  • Patrice John Baptiste, Head of Impact and Engagement at FIRST Tech Challenge UK
  • David Brewerton, Marketing Leader at Metro Bank,Tesco Mobile and The Guide Dogs for the Blind
  • Vix Jagger, Executive Creative Director at Accenture Song
  • Our very own Shaun Beaumont, VP of Brand and Design at Manifest

Agenda highlights:

  • Fail fast and learn - what the last 12 months have taught marketers and how we can adopt tech, better.
  • Where to create vs. where to automate - where does the value balance lie?
  • The art of exploration - embedding AI/tech R&D as the norm into your business.
  • Bots vs. Bods - what’s happening to the creative jobs market and how to build a comms team fit for the future.
  • Pixels, pixels everywhere - where to go when you just don’t know where to start.

From balancing creativity and automation to improve outputs and ROI, to building a team ready to take on the next phase of creative communications, we’ll help you prepare for the impact of AI and tech on your brand or business.

Whether you’re a tech fanatic or a reluctant explorer, you’ll leave with real world insights from brand and agency leaders who’ve been there and bought the ChatGPT-shirt, driving change in Banking, Tech, Telecoms and more.


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David Brewerton

Most recently Head of Marketing and Customer Comms Metro Bank
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Shaun Beaumont

Creative Lead Manifest
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Patrice John-Baptiste

Head of Impact and Engagement FIRST Tech Challenge
Vix Jagger's photo

Vix Jagger

Executive Creative Director Accenture Song

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20 Farringdon Road