Condé Nast Russia announces fourth edition of Condé Nast Digital Day

On April 11, Moscow will host the fourth Condé Nast Digital Day (CNDD) — an annual professional conference designed to discuss and review the most relevant issues of digital marketing, new media and rapidly changing digital space. Launched over three years ago as an internal workshop, CNDD has evolved into a most influential digital forum featuring the leading specialists from Russia, Europe and the United States.

In 2011, Condé Nast Digital Day was named one of the best projects of the year by Digital October, a long-standing trusted partner of the conference. Every year CNDD brings together more than 500 diverse professionals — media managers, advertising specialists, retailers, suppliers of luxury products and services, marketing experts and many others.

CNDD sessions have attracted a wide variety of speakers: David Kang from Estée Lauder EMEA, Scott Dadich from Wired US and David Rowan from Wired UK, Cameron Connors from Condé Nast Studio, Scott Galloway from the American research center L2, Osnat Zaretsky from ComScore, Imran Amed from, Peter Partma from TSUM, Oskar Hartmann from KupiVip, Igor Faletski from Mobify, and Misha Lyalin from ZeptoLabs.

In previous years, CNDD participants have addressed the future of fashion in the digital media, discussed the potential of social networks and mobile applications and analyzed the market for online advertising, changes in advertising efficiency and the strategy of communicating with consumers.

 In 2013, the conference will address changes in the media landscape and new types of trade, emergence of new heroes and the disappearance of creativity boundaries. The upcoming topic of CNDD is "Window to the future: how technology changes media, business, and everyday life."

“This time we would like to speak not only about marketing, but also about the way network technologies change the face of the world. CNDD 2013 will comprise sessions about building business in social networks, about the industrial revolution triggered by web 2.0, about e-commerce and m-commerce, about ways to invest in digital technology, about new opportunities for education, about new advertising techniques and creative breakthroughs," says Anita Gigovskaya, president, Condé Nast Russia. "You won’t want to miss CNDD 2013, because the future starts today, not tomorrow.”

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