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We’re now the Data & Marketing Association
We're proud to bring you an improved and expanded Data & Marketing Association, now incorporating the IDM and DMA Talent.
Our new mission seeks to nurture the next generation of aspiring marketers; to advance careers, and to guide and inspire industry leaders. Discover more about the rebrand here.

DMA Awards Judges
Are you bold enough to be a DMA Judge in 2019? Judging applications are now open, closing on Friday 28 June. Find out more about what it takes to be a DMA judge and enter here.

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Legal update – Tuesday 4 June 2019
Join the DMA legal team, alongside Davidson Chalmers and ICO for the latest updates on politics and Brexit and have your lobbying questions answered. Book your place, here.

Webinar: DMA Awards – The Great Scots – Thursday 13 June 2019
Want to find out who won at the DMA Awards 2018 from Scotland? Join us to hear from CHAS, Different Kettle and Story UK, those behind several DMA shortlisted campaigns from Scotland – examining strategy, creativity, and results with a fine-tooth comb. Join our great winners here.

Value of Data Lecture 2: Data Ethics - Wednesday 26 June 2019
Join us and Dr Ewa Luger, Chancellor’s Fellow, University of Edinburgh on Wednesday 26 June for the Value of Data Lecture 2: Data Ethics and discover the true worth of information with reference to the Value of Data whitepaper Shifting Values. Book your spot here.

Masterclass: Recognising the needs of vulnerable consumers and how to make reasonable adjustments
Is your company doing enough to support vulnerable consumers? Our masterclasses (at DMA House, London) will enable you to become a trainer within your organisation by providing you with the tools to deliver informative training sessions for your staff. Find out more and book here.

It’s also good to know:
Congratulations to Edinburgh College and DMA Breakthrough Silver winner Natasha Ryan who was recently selected to be in our DMA Dozen. The DMA Dozen is a collective of new and young people entering the data and creative industry, career changers and parents returning to work. They will work on the DMA Awards 2019 campaign with the members of the Awards hub where they'll gain valuable experience from senior marketers in developing campaign ideas for DMA Awards 2019.

Congratulations to the DMA Dozen and looking forward to seeing the final campaign.

Creative informatics
Creative Informatics is based within the Centre for Design Informatics at the University of Edinburgh and aims to bring the city’s world-class creative industries and tech sector together, utilising innovative data-driven technologies to develop ground-breaking new products, businesses and experiences.

There’s a range of ways to get involved, from early access to emerging technology, finding new collaboration opportunities, hosting creative entrepreneurs, leveraging the creative and technical expertise across the city, and gaining access to funding. Stay informed and get involved here.

As always, please get in touch with myself or Kevin Harris if you have anything you would like to chat over or want to get more involved in DMA in Scotland or across the UK.

Best wishes,

Lisa, DMA Scotland community manager
07802 885704

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