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Rachel Johnson
Rachel Johnson 14 April 2021

5 Things to Expect from BIMA Springboard

This May, BIMA doubles down on its successful annual conference by adding a spring sibling to the mix. Springboard takes place on 6th May 2021 and is aimed at digital professionals working in/with brands, agencies and tech providers.

Springboard will launch you into the second half of half of 2021 armed with the latest tech and consumer understanding. It will focus on individual sectors, the people working within them, and the tech they can expect to be applying over the next few months.

As a long-standing supporter and sponsor of BIMA, we’ll be there. Here’s what we’re looking forward to most:

Quickfire sector sessions: We’re all overloaded by Zoom so the promise of brevity is much appreciated. BIMA is planning quickfire sessions featuring sector experts and brand ambassadors from a range of industries including finance, retail, healthcare, entertainment, sustainability and travel.

Tailored tech: It’s not just that you’ll have the chance to explore the systems, tools and technologies that are driving change, it’s that you’ll get to do that from your perspective. So rather than talking about clever tech in general, you’ll get to explore the tech that can really make a difference in your sector.

Powerful connections: Springboard will connect hundreds of CEOs, founders, directors, department leads, creatives, marketers, Client Services specialists and heads of digital. So whether you want to discuss opportunities and collaborations or simply discuss the content, it’s going to be a great place to find likeminded people.

Free for BIMA members: The whole event will cost you nothing if you’re a BIMA member. Even if you’re not a member, tickets only cost £49 + VAT.

BIMA 100: After the conference, it’s time for the big reveal of this year’s most influential and inspirational people in digital, the BIMA 100. Stay online to be among the first to discover if you or someone you know has made the list.

Find out more and grab your ticket now

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