With the unveiling of the agenda yesterday (August 27), Europe’s leading performance marketing event PI LIVE is excited to launch its Session Public Vote for the remaining nine sessions put forward by the PI LIVE advisory board – the session with the most votes will be featured in the full programme this Autumn.
For the very first time, PI LIVE formulated an advisory board, featuring experts in the affiliate marketing and performance space, who kindly volunteered their time to help shape the two-day agenda. After an intense and productive session early in the summer, the board deliberated and finalised the running order of the programme.
With a record number of speaker submissions this year, the board carefully decided and selected nine sessions to be put forward for the public vote, allowing you, the people of the industry to decide on which session takes the final slot in the PI LIVE agenda.
Sessions and voting process
The following nine sessions are available for the public vote as of today (August 28) with the session with the most votes making it into the full programme. Fill out the form here to cast your vote.
The voting process requires people to vote a score out of 10 for the session they think should be featured at PI LIVE this year. Voting is open for two weeks until midnight September 11. Once the scores have been collected, the PI LIVE team will unveil the winning session to feature on the Dome stage, Day 2 (October 23) of PI LIVE.
Here are the nine sessions available to choose from to put forward for PI LIVE 2019:
How Data-Driven Attribution Will Unlock The Hidden Value of Affiliate Marketing
Advertisers and publishers: What’s missing from the affiliate networks?
The Domino effect: How CJ and Domino’s started a chain reaction to evolve their affiliate programme
What can Affiliate Marketing offer Generation Z?
Affiliate Marketing; The good, the Bad and the Ugly Account Management Practices
Amazon: The Missing Piece of the User Journey
Sainsbury’s Argos: Building a successful in-house and agency hybrid model
Programmatic: The Ten Year Challenge
The Ten Commandments of Performance Marketing