Adthena Event: Breakfast of Champions

Lorna Rose Gill Posted by Lorna Rose Gill

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For years, doctors and dieticians have told us that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Here at Adthena, we totally agree, and that’s why our first ever live event will be a breakfast – and what you’ll take away will be more important than some toast or cereal…

For our Competitive Intelligence Breakfast Seminar on Thursday 5th November, we’ve lined up a fantastic range of speakers who’ll be talking about the cutting edge of paid search, and how to find success in this dynamic and challenging field. Among the speakers, we’ll have a keynote from online advertising veteran Jon Myers who’ll share his thoughts on search past, present and future, as well as Adthena’s own Head of Customer Insights, Alex Rigler, who discuss the death, and afterlife, of traditional ad copy.

Atendees will also hear from Alex Crowley, the Head of PPC at IG, and Martin Pezet, the Search Marketing Manager at World First. Tashfin Khan, MD of Ecomnovas Ltd will be discussing his experience in the search world, while Dr Dave Chaffey, CEO of, will be looking into the future and addressing the shape of search to come in 2016. For a full schedule of speakers, find out more here.

As well as a range of high-profile speakers, the breakfast has also been designed to give guests a chance to network throughout the morning, rubbing shoulders with industry leaders and innovators from the world’s top brands and agencies. It promises to be a productive and eye-opening morning, and one that could reinvigorate your entire approach to the paid search market.

The Competitive Intelligence Breakfast Seminar is completely free to attend, and will take place at The Trampery in the heart of Shoreditch. Guarantee your spot at the event by booking here.


About the author

Lorna Rose Gill
Lorna Rose Gill
Lorna is responsible for acquisition marketing at Adthena, communicating their award-winning product and generating demand. She has developed her career in fast-paced, start-up environments, including two tech track 100 companies. She is curious and passionate and likes to find stories in data and technology.