Get engaged with a new generation at the Youth Marketing Strategy Summit

Join Joeri Van den Bergh (Gen Y expert & author of How Cool Brands Stay Hot) in New York for a unique one-day youth marketing event on Thursday June 12. The Youth Marketing Strategy aims to inspire professionals to power up their youth marketing and engage a new generation of consumers. And we are excited to be part of their first NYC edition!
YMS is the industry’s summit that brings together the brightest minds, top brands and edgiest agencies involved in the fast-moving world of youth marketing. With a strong reputation in the UK market the organization now crosses boundaries to bring this unique event to the New York market. This is your chance to hear the world’s most successful youth marketers reveal their secrets and winning principles. The program features speakers from MTV, Adidas, Mashable, TUI Travel, Movember, Facebook, Instagram, Spotify… How Cool Brands Stay Hotand of course our very own Joeri Van den Bergh. Joeri will share the story behind How Cool Brands Stay Hot, his award-winning book on branding to Generation Y. In his talk, he will reveal the key principles for youth engagement.
Ready to discover how to keep your brand cool for the new generation of consumers? Then visit the full program online for more information and to book your seat. By the way, if you enter the promotion code JVDB10, you’ll get 10% off registration prices. Hope to meet you there!

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