Prolific North Live is a two-day expo which will take place at EventCity on Wednesday 28 February and Thursday 1 March 2018. It is attended by senior-level decision makers representing many of the North’s biggest brands, public sector organisations and agencies. Attendance to PNL is predicted to be 4000+ delegates.
Prolific North Live will feature leading exponents of digital innovation, cutting edge marketing, branding and experiential agencies, AR/VR and AI experts, content and engagement specialists, advertising and PR firms, leading broadcasters, TV and film production companies, printers, media suppliers and some of the best business brains from across the UK.
Fluid Ads has been working tirelessly over the last year to ensure that every time we exhibit at an event, like Prolific North, that we showcase the very best of our product, and every year we succeed.
This year is no different. We will be showing how all of the little changes we have made throughout 2017, have created an all-encompassing Advertising Platform which is set to change the way we all look at Digital Display.
You can find us on stand 44. On stand we are offering guided tours of our ad platform and demonstrating some of the new features and of course, teaching how to make beautiful banner ads in seconds.
At 12:00 hours, on Wednesday 28th Feb, make your way to the Reveal Theatre, where Pam Partington will be speaking about very exciting developments in Data Feed Advertising.
If you are attending Prolific North Live 2018, we would love to talk to you. Please let us know you’re attending by emailing [email protected] to book a meeting and see first-hand, all that our incredible HTML5 ad platform has to offer and how Fluid Ads can improve your advertising campaigns.
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