The Drum to celebrate the value of agencies with Agencies4Growth Week

The Drum 21 Sep 2020 06:15
The Drum is celebrating the value of agencies with Agencies4Growth Week

The Drum is launching Agencies4Growth, a week-long digital festival celebrating the power of agencies to support businesses, next month.

Acclaimed designer Wayne Hemmingway; Arianna Huffington; founder of The Black Farmer, Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones; Mediacom‘s chief transformation officer Sue Unerman; VJ Anand, executive creative director of VaynerMedia; and many more are to be interviewed as part of a week-long content festival to celebrate the value of agencies to the success of businesses all around the world.

The agency sector – lately maligned – remains the core of the advertising industry worldwide. To celebrate the role that agencies play, The Drum is to run a week of content as the Agencies4Growth festival.

The festival, which runs from 19 to 23 October, will aims to raise up the profile of the sector and show why agencies are still so important to businesses, while also offering insights for agency leaders to help them on the road to success.

Sign up here to attend for free.

Instead of dwelling on the problems during a challenging time for agencies, this series of frank and lively discussions will provide marketers with novel solutions and future-proof strategies for tomorrow.

Stephen Lepitak, executive editor of The Drum, said: “There’s no denying that agencies all around the world face numerous difficulties following this year’s events be it revenue generation, staff wellbeing and management, creative development and coping with new ways of working.

The festival also represents a chance to celebrate the most successful work of the last year. Agencies4Growth will incorporate two virtual award ceremonies, showcasing the results of The Drum Awards for Agency Business and The Drum Recommends Digital Awards.

The festival is free to attend, and participants can sign up here.

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