Dentsu Aegis Network SSA is set to host an exclusive DigiTalk in Nairobi on 19th May 2016.
The talk, whose theme is “Winning In the Digital Economy” will consist of a panel who will be discussing on various topics including; the internet of things, data, digital disruption, programmatic.
This follows a number of digital disruptions globally that have affected different segments such as uber in the transport industry, AirBnB in the real estate, M-PESA in the telecommunication and banking industry respectively.
As technology advances and enter into every aspect of life, it will tangle itself with customer communication, data collection, campaigns, execution and management. However, people often benefit from technology through the use of gadgets, devices and sensors but they overlook their existence.
Being the first digital exploration,#DANDTKenya is also giving organizations the opportunity to be part of it as they strive to innovate how brands are built as well as giving organizations the insight into the world of digital economy in what they refer to as the 4th industrial revolution.
Since marketing is the measure of business in every organization today, marketers expects businesses to transform using marketing strategies.
Do you need to attend the talk?
Well, all you need do to win a seat to this exclusive event is send a Tweet to our @DentsuAegisSSA twitter handle with #DANDTKenya. There are only 5 seats up for grabs , so you better get your fingers busy tweeting.
Dawn Rowlands, CEO for Dentsu Aegis Network Sub Saharan Africa will be among the speakers. He will be presenting on Dentsu Aegis Networks vision 2020 for brands.With her you can be assured that you will get exposed to world class content and insights.
Rowlands is a world renowned Business woman who was among the panel at Cannes Lion (world’s biggest creativity festival) and she also won the Business Woman of the year South Africa title.
Currently, Dentsu Aegis Network have their offices in South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania with other partnerships in 32 markets across the Sub Saharan Africa.
Their aim is to Place Africa at the forefront of the digital economy.