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Join our MD Rachel Aldighieri and chairman Julia Porter at the Festival of Marketing on November 11 and 12, where they address the audience alongside astronaut Chris Hadfield and Apprentice kingpin Alan Sugar, and as a DMA member, get 20% off

The Festival of Marketing covers two days at Tobacco Dock in the east end of London.

Join thousands of marketers, brands and agencies, all there to shape and celebrate the future of marketing.

In addition to Rachel and Julia, there is an impressive line-up of household names, hard to reach CMOs and leading marketers whose experiences can help you in your marketing.

The Festival of Marketing is run a little differently from many of the other marketing conferences out there.

There are 12 stages running all day, designed for you to flit between them, but with much more to see and do in-between.

You can grab a bite to eat and a drink while you check out some of the presentation and demonstrations on offer.

You will bump into people you know and you will be able to collar some people you really want to know.

It all ends on a high with the venue transforming into a party.

DMA and IDM Members are entitled to a 20% discount - use the code ASC-DMA on checkout.

See you there.

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