By THEPHILBIZNEWS STAFF
The famous book of Sun Tzu, The Art of War which is widely read by many executives, managers and entrepreneurs discuss a lot of things such as preparation, patience, relationships, loyalty, strategy, and a lot more.
While the philosophies behind the Art of War can be traced back around 500 years ago, the value of these philosophies remain applicable until this time of digital age regardless of the industry where you belong, as long as there is competition, the need to be be prepared is empirical and so with the importance of intelligence operatives.
On December 11, industry leaders will discuss on how to deal with what is ahead of us and the importance of being prepared to what is ahead of us is very critical to succeed in the war in the seminar The Marketing Trends 2020.
The marketing seminar aims to help organizations to gather data and insights about what the future of Marketing next year will be. While others may have data in their hands, if data will not be used properly, there will ba data paralysis.
Speakers from different disciplines will share their valuable input on the following topics such as Digital Marketing, Marketing Research, Brand Management, and Economics.
Marketing Trends 2020 is honored to have Mary Faith Abaño, President, Philippine Marketing Association as its Keynote Speaker. Joining the rosters of speakers is Dr. Donald Patrick Lim, CPM, Country CEO, Dentsu Aegis Network Philippines (Digital Marketing Trends), Mark David Alvarez, Managing Director, ABN Impact Philippines (Consumer Insights), Edwin Mapanao, AVP for Marketing (New Ventures), UNAHCO Inc. (Brand Management) and other guests.
Participants can expect a truly educational and engaging sessions and activities that will certainly draw out interesting question during the seminar.
The Marketing Trends 2020 is a flagship project of Ex-Link Management and Marketing Services Corp. (Ex-Link Events) and The Philippine Business and News is a proud media partner of this exciting
Book your seats now by calling us at 02 8633 0153, SMS at 0920 924 2532 / 0920 981 4376 or email at email@example.com.