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Day 1 at Cannes Lions – “You can’t trust Marketers.”

photoToday’s digital marketing innovations give marketers a newfound credibility. However, our recent search showed that marketers may still be missing the mark, as consumers still believe marketing is ineffective and view the marketing profession as one of the least valuable professions to society. We as marketers still have a lot of work to do to help dispel some of these common myths, and today’s panel at Cannes Lions, “You Can’t Trust Marketers,” aimed to do just that.

Moderated by Adobe CMO Ann Lewnes, with Tina Brown, Lisa Donohue, and Steven Althaus, the speakers discussed and debated the changing landscape of digital marketing and how it impacts what marketers can, and should, do better. They discussed a variety of topics including brand authenticity, user generated content, integrating marketing across functions, and proving the ROI of marketing investments.

After the panel, we got a chance to talk to festival attendees for their take: do they trust marketers? The results were interesting and entertaining, check out the highlights reel below.

What to Expect from us this week at Cannes Lions

photoWe’ve arrived here in sunny Cannes for another year at the Cannes Lions Advertising Festival. This year marks a special milestone, as it’s the 60th anniversary of the festival. We have a lot to look forward to this week, and hope that you’ll join us!

First, we’ll be hosting our seminar tomorrow, “You can’t trust marketers.” Now, more than ever before, advertisers can prove the ROI of their efforts thanks to today’s innovations technology, thereby giving marketers a whole new level of credibility. The conversation will feature renowned panelists, including our CMO Ann Lewnes, CEO of Starcom USA, Lisa Donohue, Director of Brand Management at BMW, Steven F. Althaus, and Editor in Chief at The Newsweek Daily Beast Company, Tina Brown.

Similar to years past, we’ll be sponsoring both the Creative Effectiveness Lions and Young Lions awards. The Creative Effectiveness awards honors creativity that has shown measurable impact on a business through consumer behavior, brand equity, sales, and profit.

Through our sponsorship of the Young Lions, we are proud to support the next generation creative talent, who come together to compete in one of six competitions throughout the week. Cyber, Film, Media, Print, Design, and Young Marketers. Each team has to respond to a client brief and deliver finished creative within 24 hours (48 hours for Film).

Speaking of awards, we’re also partnering with AdWeek this year to host an experience that aims to predict the award winners. The site will go live tomorrow morning, and we’ll send out the link once it’s live. There, you’ll get a chance to vote for your favorite nominees as well, so that we can hear from all of you following the festival from home.

To end our week at Cannes, our VP of EMEA Marketing, Mark Phibbs, will join Razorfish and Converge on a panel to discuss the blurring lines between creativity, technology, and media on Wednesday, June 19th at 3 p.m.

Follow us @Adobe for the latest from the festival, and for those of you are here, we hope to get a chance to meet you!

You Can’t Trust Marketers. Or can you? Find out at Cannes Lions 2013

You Can't Trust MarketersIt’s hard to believe that another year has gone by and we’ll be back again on the sunny beaches of Cannes for the 60th Cannes Lions Advertising Festival.

We’re kicking off the week on Monday, June 17th at 10 a.m. with a panel, “You Can’t Trust Marketers.” Did you know that 80% of CEOs say they can’t trust marketers? It’s time to prove them wrong. Today’s digital marketing solutions are renewing the credibility of marketers, and putting the advertising world in a position to prove its business impact like never before.

Come hear the best minds in the industry, including our own CMO Ann Lewnes, Lisa Donohue, CEO of Starcom USA, Dr. Steven F. Althaus, Director Brand Management, BMW, and Tina Brown, Editor in Chief, The Newsweek Daily Beast Company, discuss marketing’s changing landscape. Will you be joining us?

For those of you who will be following the festival from home, follow us on Twitter: @Adobe. We’ll also be blogging highlights and capturing videos throughout the week here and on our Cannes site so check back for more.

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