Heading to Cannes Lions in June?

Celebrate innovation and the future of TV advertising with TVSquared.

We welcome you aboard our yacht, the Vouch Voyager. TVSquared has partnered with Vouch and The Vision Network to host a number of events throughout the week of 18th June, including private parties, outings and discussions centered around the evolution of TV as a performance-marketing channel.

We’ll be “yachting” all week long, so come join us!

18-20 June, 9:00-16:00 (CEST)
One-On-One Time with Our Executive Team
Meet with our Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Calum Smeaton, and Chief Revenue Officer, Jo Kinsella, for an in-depth conversation about how our TV-first technology is shaping the way advertisers market to their audience.

18 June, 18:00 - 22:00 (CEST)
Private Opening Night Cocktail Party
This invitation-only event brings together an exclusive group of media and advertising executives to sip champagne and enjoy hors d’oeuvres aboard our private yacht. Join TVSquared and our Cannes partners for a stunning sunset as we kick off the celebratory week. Space is limited. Send an invite request to [email protected].

18 June, 15:30-16:30 (CEST)
Panel Discussion: Voyage Around the Future of TV
Linear TV has come a long way in the last 10 years - evolving into a performance-marketing channel that can be measured and optimized in real time. But as the media landscape continues to change, along with the way people access and consume content, what role will TV play for advertisers? Join Calum Smeaton, CEO and founder of TVSquared, and executives from Adobe, RTL and Nestlé, for a panel discussion about the future of TV advertising, including:

  • Leveraging TV for both brand awareness and immediate digital response
  • The changing nature of TV to mean all things video 
  • Supercharging audience targeting for TV 
  • Emerging technologies that take TV analytics well beyond attribution

Schedule a meeting with us - we would be delighted to hear your thoughts and insights on what’s shaping the future of TV advertising.