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  1.    A marketer's guide to ePrivacy (2017)
    Digital policyData collection & privacy

    A marketer's guide to ePrivacy (2017)

    An overview of some of the key elements of the proposed ePrivacy revision.

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  2.    Recommendations to master data & tech (2017)
    Digital policyDigital transformationMarketing technologyData & analyticsData collection & privacyData-driven marketingMarketing technology

    Recommendations to master data & tech (2017)

    The Data & Technology workshops considered how organisations should be approaching their technology and programmatic model…

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  3.    Programmatic management fee benchmarking
    ProgrammaticMedia measurementAgency evaluation & performanceAgency remuneration & contractsData & analytics

    Programmatic management fee benchmarking

     WFA member benchmark. For additional details, please log in.

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  4.    Better Ads Standards (2017)
    Ad blocking

    Better Ads Standards (2017)

    The Coalition for Better Ads has released initial Better Ads Standards for desktop and mobile web that reflect consumer advertising…

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  5.    Trying to fix the online ad experience
    Digital policyAd blocking

    Trying to fix the online ad experience

    Internet users rarely agree on anything. Except maybe one thing.

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  6.    4 key trends from Mobile World Congress 2017
    Digital policy

    4 key trends from Mobile World Congress 2017

    Mobile World Congress is big. Surprisingly big.

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  7.    DGX Meeting Overview (February 2017)
    Digital policyData collection & privacy

    DGX Meeting Overview (February 2017)

    Overview of the Digital Governance Exchange (DGX) meeting held February 2017 in London.

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  8. Alcohol marketing

    Alcohol Marketing: 2016 Year in Review

    There is increasing pressure on alcohol producers in light of marketing’s perceived role in encouraging underage…

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  9.    The Value of Advertising (2017)
    Value of advertising

    The Value of Advertising (2017)

    The Value of Advertising quantifies the economic impact of advertising, both across Europe and in a selection of other developed…

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  10. Value of advertisingData-driven marketing

    5 marketing predictions for 2017

    After an intense 2016, the WFA staff share their 5 predictions for what the next 12 months hold for marketers.

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  11. Digital policyData collection & privacy

    Bridging the data protection gap

    In November this year, more than 1000 people attended the International Association of Privacy Professionals annual conference in…

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  12.    Webinar: AVMSD revision
    Self-regulation

    Webinar: AVMSD revision

    Everything you need to know about the revision of the EU AVMS Directive from the marketers' perspective

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  1. Media Forum

    19 Jan 2022

    Meeting for global/regional media directors or similar

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  2. Explanations behind the rise of Chinese brands and why it is important to businesses in and outside of China

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    20 Jan 2022

    Boasting over a 1200 marketing sourcing contacts around the world, the Sourcing Forum has been referred to as a group of “enlightened marketing procurement specialists”.

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