Conferences and Events

Publisher Forum

The AdMonsters Publisher Forum is our most focused event, with attendance limited to just one hundred of the most senior leaders in ad operations and technology at online publishers. Participants gather for three days of in-depth peer-to-peer discussions, focused on developing actionable solutions and best practices in response to cutting edge challenges. Example topics include the strategic role of Ad Operations, audience targeting, yield, revenue and inventory management, emerging platforms, organizational structure, data monetization and creative executions.



OPS is for online advertising leaders. OPS is where we tackle the big issues and learn to leverage operations for increased profitability. Agencies are looking to Demand Side Platforms (DSPs), Real Time Bidding engines (RTB) and Ad Exchanges to more efficiently buy the audiences advertisers want to reach. Publishers are automating workflow and developing yield management capabilities to maximize revenue. Online advertising networks add value as they evolve and reduce friction in the marketplace. At the core of all these changes and suddenly thrust into the spotlight, are ad operations teams.

Marketing Operations & Tech Summit

As a digital marketing leader, you know that technology now drives every aspect of marketing, and that you need to stay on the cutting edge to succeed. The Marketing Operations and Technology Summit is a unique opportunity to find solutions to today’s most important marketing challenges.

Media Analytics Summit

The Media Analytics Summit is a two-day conference for analytics practitioners and data experts at media companies, brought to you by the creators of the AdMonsters Publisher Forum and the creators of the eMetrics Summit. This event offers analytics and data experts from publishers and broadcasters the opportunity to share ideas and best practices for how analytics drives profitability.


AdMonsters Screens

The age of multi-screen is upon us. Just take a look around - there are more rich media enabled screens in our hands than ever before. The popularity of smartphones, digital billboards, IP connected TVs, and tablets has shifted the traditional consumer consumption model. As demand for content on the move has increased, so has the opportunity for the screens savvy marketer.

As an industry, we need to react to this change in consumer behaviour and ensure that we have the measures, infrastructure, and framework in place to effectively develop and monetise this already lucrative market.



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