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Secret Garden Party

Posted Jul 20, 2017

A few weeks ago, the AdColony London team made their way to the Old Truman Brewery for the Modern Marketing Summit (MMS). Located on the famous Brick Lane, the intimate venue was filled with flowers and hang lights, which was a delightful atmosphere for an afternoon of mobile marketer mingling.

  

MMS London is one of twelve global MMS events held across the globe, bringing together digital marketing professionals and brands for workshops, panel discussions, keynotes, networking, and exciting social events. A few notable sessions from the event included:

  • Simplicity, Loyalty, and Prevention: Driving Value for the Customer in a Mobile-First World
  • How is Mobile Shaping the Evolution of the Programmatic Model?
  • 5 Steps to a Winning Mobile Engagement Strategy

To help attendees unwind after a bustling day of sessions and talks, AdColony and Fetch hosted a secret Garden Party. Open to friends of AdColony and Fetch, the VIP party gave guests a chance to network, build relationships, and drive business growth, all tucked away in a gorgeous English walled garden that provided a relaxing ambience.

Attendees included senior brand side and agency marketers as well as top companies including Carat, Hotels.com, Mondelez International, Miniclip, The Telegraph, and more. On top of the amazing conversations that took place, this party offered delicious food that made guests come back for seconds. The menu included barbeque, salad, finger food, and fruity drinks that radiated the feeling of summer. We can definitely say this secret Garden Party was a winner.

Till next time, London.

About Fetch
Fetch delivers global marketing campaigns for top brands and category leaders looking to transform their business via mobile. Whether it’s about mobile video, social, app design, or analytics, Fetch covers it all. They strive to understand the mobile consumer and bring positive, measurable results for their clients.

About MMS
MMS brings together marketing professionals, brands, agencies, and publishers for lively debates and informative workshops. Not only is MMS a place to learn and share ideas, but it’s a place to network, problem-solve, and form long-lasting business relationships.

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