Digital Predictions and Priorities for 2017

Feb. 22, 2017, 8 a.m.

Event Details

As we look ahead in 2017, our focus on exceeding consumer expectations requires Digital Marketers to deliver highly contextualised engagements throughout every step of the customer lifecycle. In one of today’s fastest moving fields, where new technologies and strategies are constantly emerging, this is no easy task.

For our first event of the year we’re looking at digital predictions and priorities for 2017. We’ll be lead by three digital experts who’ll share their insights on what’s on the horizon and their focus areas moving forward. Attend this event to gain an important update on the industry and insights you can use as you begin to execute your plans and new initiatives.

Key takeaways:

  • Emerging technologies and strategies to look to for inspiration
  • Practical tips on where to prioritise your efforts
  • Where we can expect to see results


  • This event is a seminar event and includes:
  • The opportunity to network with attendees (8:00 - 8:30am)
  • Tea, coffee and a light snack will be served during the networking time
  • The audience will sit (theatre style) to listen to the presentations
  • We will have three speakers each presenting for 20 minutes
  • Question and answer time will be held at the end


Paul Baron, Group Manager Online Marketing, Visit Victoria
A leader in digital tourism marketing, Paul has extensive experience championing modern digital marketing techniques. He will be sharing his learnings on big-data in marketing and how everyone can embrace technological changes in their work.

Robert Tilt, Head of Innovation, Carat Australia
With a background in development and a history of championing new technologies, Robert is a leader in the Australian innovation space. Rob will be sharing his thoughts on upcoming digital and technology trends that are becoming prominent in the coming year.

Jeremy Eaton, Ecommerce Manager, MYOB
With an agency background from Reactive Accenture, Jeremy has since worked client side across some of the biggest brands in Australia including Country Road Group, Qantas and now MYOB.

He will be offering his insight on both how MYOB adapted to disruption and the disruptive impact that Amazon and Alibaba entering the market will likely have on the Australian digital landscape.

Get your ticket now.


Paul Baron

Paul Baron

Visit Victoria

Robert Tilt

Robert Tilt

Carat Australia

Jeremy Eaton

Jeremy Eaton


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Feb. 22, 2017
8 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.


The Cluster
Level 20, 31 Queen St Melbourne, 3000

The Team

Louisa Dahl

Louisa Dahl

Interactive Minds

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Samantha Horton

Samantha Horton

Event Manager
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