Future of Social & Digital Advertising

The HUB Institute, an international digital think tank based in Paris, supports large companies in accelerating their digital transformation through 5 activities :

  • Membership : a club of 120 large member companies from different sectors: Retail, Travel, FMCG, Banks, B2B...
  • Conference : 7 monthly HUBDAYs (thematic conferences), 25 HUBTALKs (2-hour interactive conferences), HUBFORUMs in Paris and Asia as well as personalised support at international events such as CES in Las Vegas, NRF in New York and VIVATECHNOLOGY in Paris.
  • Formation : 10,000 people trained per year
  • Publications : thematic articles on marketing and digital innovation, business trend reports, video interviews, thematic files...
  • HUB LAB a place of innovation to welcome large companies

2021 conference agenda : hubinstitute.com/conferences

For any questions : [email protected]

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