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Where change really begins

Posted on: Monday 23rd of November 2015

Where do truly transformational changes begin? To actually happen in real life, they need hard work and dedication, vision, money, communication, skills and talent: all sorts of things. But they begin inside peoples’ heads – when an idea lodges itself in a person’s mind and they think to themselves “hey, things could be different. They could be better. This is an opportunity to improve!”.

The way things are shaping up, Ctrl-Shift’s Personal Information Economy: Growth Through Trust event on December 8 will be one of those occasions when big changes take root in key peoples’ minds.

 

An impressive line up of senior executives …

We have an incredible range of senior executives attending. Here are some of their job titles (in no particular order). They include: Head of Strategy (EU), Global Consumer Privacy Strategy, Global Head of Customer Experience, Head of Quantitative Analytics, Head of Marketing Strategy, Proposition and Customer Experience, Head of CRM Delivery, Global Managing Director Data, Head of Customer Insight, Head of CRM, Director of Customer Insight, VP Marketing, Head of Platforms, Data Council Member, Managing Director Data Services, Head of Technology for Customer and Colleague, Director Information Policy & Strategy, Head of Commercial Development and New Product Innovation, Director of Consumer Revenues, VP Product & Propositions, Senior VP Global Digital Strategy, Global Deputy Chief Privacy Officer, Global Head of Data and Sciences, Director of Audiences, Head of Strategy – Credit Services.

 

… from leading brands

And these executives are representing an impressive line-up of leading brands and organisations including Adidas, AIG, Aimia, Anthemis, Aviva, AXA, Barclaycard, Barclays, BBC, BIS, British Airways, BT, Cabinet Office, Callcredit, Centrica, Competition and Markets Authority, dunnhumby, EC, Experian, Facebook, Gates Foundation, GDS, GS1, GSMA, Guardian News & Media, GfK, Haymarket Publishing, House of Fraser, John Lewis, La Poste, Lloyds Bank, Manning Gottlieb OMD, Microsoft, NEC, Orange, Post Office, Renault, Royal Bank of Scotland, Royal Mail, Saga, Sainsburys, Sainsbury’s Bank, Samsung, SAP, Schroders, Shell, Sonae, Starbucks, Swift, TalkTalk, Telefonica, Teradata, Tesco, Toshiba, Virgin, Vodafone.,

They are also travelling from around the world – from Australia, Belgium, Canada, Finland, France, Ieland, Japan, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, United States of America.

All of which means that the quality of networking and interactions between delegates will be as rich as the contributions of our impressive line up of speakers: all of them focused on the paradigm shift now unfolding around information, value and the relationship between customers and brands.

If you haven’t already signed up to attend don’t miss the opportunity!