Don't miss this opportunity to hear Javier Sánchez Lamelas explain the essence of the profound change that is occurring in marketing. It is far deeper than internet or social marketing. It is about the change in power from media channels to the viewer. The consequences are dramatic and its implications leave the old marketing models completely obsolete. The “interruption” model is dying quickly. And that explains why ROI is declining so fast for companies attached to the old model or misinterpreting the change. Javier will explain why bold creativity is more important than ever and why it has to go before technology; why marketing has to move from spending to assets investment; why brand managers have to transform themselves into business managers; or why the entire marketing measurement system is obsolete and has to be re-thought.
Joe Peters, Chair
Michael Bell, Vice Chair
ACCJ Direct Marketing Committee
Thomas Shockley, Chair
Steven Bleistein, Annie Chang, Vice Chairs
A. Barry Hirschfeld Jr., Board Liaison
ACCJ Independent Business Committee
Koichi Hama, Chair
Susanne Walloscheck, Vice Chair
Debbie Howard, Board Liaison
ACCJ Marketing Programs Committee
Carlo La Porta, Thomas Shockley, Eric Wedemeyer, Co-Chairs
Reiko Osa, Kjell Yadon, Vice Chairs
Nancy Ngou, Board Liaison
ACCJ Sales Development Committee
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