Marketing directors from Diesel and RSA to be part of client panel at Media 360

A client panel made up of senior marketing directors for high-profile brands will be questioned on what they want from media agencies at this year's Media 360 conference.

Scott Morrison: marketing director at Diesel
Scott Morrison: marketing director at Diesel

The client panel, which will take place on the first day of the conference (17 May) in the Hilton at T5, will feature Scott Morrison, marketing director at Diesel; Katie Sheppard, director of marketing and relationships at Match.com, and Dominic Grounsell, personal marketing director for the RSA.

Chaired by Media Week editor Jeremy King, the panel will look at the future of the client/agency relationship; the temptation for clients to go directly to media owners; how clients are interacting with owners and agencies; what clients actually want from agencies, and what media solutions have really impressed clients in the past six months.

This year's Media 360 conference will also feature keynotes from senior clients of brands including British Airways, Samsung, John Lewis and Virgin Media, as well a number of high-profile media agencies and owners such as Global, Posterscope, MEC, Starcom MediaVest and Ogilvy.

Ticket and event information can be found here, while attached is the PDF of the full programme of speakers.

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