How to Drive Performance with Data

Join us for an engaging morning session. We'll discuss a number of growth opportunities in the performance marketing space to help you grow during these turbulent times.

We'll hear from Richard Leader, a seasoned CMO with over 20 years of experience leading the marketing teams behind Funding Options (now Tide), CMC Markets, and Satago. He’s been through the bubble, worked at a finance company in 2008 and an energy company during the energy crisis, and helped them emerge stronger from the other side.

As well as our co-founder Wes, who has helped Allica Bank, Lending Stream and Capify scale their performance marketing efforts.


What you will learn 

  • How to develop adaptability in difficult markets.
  • Where there is growth despite the muted economic backdrop.
  • The important of high-quality first-party data for driving performance.
  • Why less is more when it comes to modern performance marketing campaigns.


Who should attend?

Designed for senior digital leaders, acquisition managers and performance practitioners, who’re looking to further optimise their performance marketing.

The roundtable breakfast will share practical, actionable insights and real-world case examples that you can implement in your performance marketing campaigns.



  • Richard Leader, Fractional CMO
  • Wes Parker, Managing Director & Co-Founder, Demand More

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