As 2020 begins, today marks three months as part of the ACS family and the start of an exciting year for ADMA and the marketing and advertising industry.
As data-driven marketers we care about the provenance, accuracy and security of the data we use to make marketing decisions. ACS represents the custodians of the technology systems that capture, store, secure and deliver the data that enables modern data-driven marketing. With the recent acquisition, all ADMA emails are now sent to you from ACS trading as ADMA, with ACS technically owning ADMA data.
As such, ACS will use your data to continue to send you marketing communications about ADMA products and services - unless you contact ACS to request that it not do so. Should you no longer wish to receive marketing communications about ADMA products and services, please click here to manage your preferences including to unsubscribe.
Together, our associations are the model of new age organisations where the CMO, CIO and CDO are closely aligned. While the ADMA-ACS partnership reinforces beneficial industry alignment, it also benefits each and every ADMA member. We’ll have more news on how you can realise these benefits soon but for now we invite you to take advantage of the following opportunities:
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Join over 800 others to think on the future of Marketing in the Brave New World at the ADMA Forum in Sydney on the 29th March and the 1st April. The two-day conference includes insights from futurists such as Dr Richard Hames and Dr Jordan Nguyen, leading brands and a range of other marketing rockstars talking about the mindset, skillset and toolset marketers will need to take on the challenges that the future will hold.
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We look forward to interacting with you in the year ahead!
Steve Brennen, Chair
AADL & ADMA Advisory Group