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How Would You a Like a Pair of Full Access Delegate Passes for Cannes Lions?

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Lions Innovation founding member, Gain Theory, partner with Little Black Book to offer a pair of passes. You just have to answer this one question…

How Would You a Like a Pair of Full Access Delegate Passes for Cannes Lions?

Marketing foresight consultancy, Gain Theory, announced today that it is a founding member of Lions Innovation, the new two-day addition arm of Cannes Lions that’s set to focus on the interaction of data, technology and creativity.

As part of the announcement and in celebration of the inaugural event, Gain Theory has launched a competition, in partnership with Little Black Book, to give away two Cannes Classic packages. This amazing opportunity will provide the winners with full access to the Lions Innovation festival, as well as the wider activity taking place as part of the Cannes International Festival of Creativity.  

To enter the competition to win the pair of tickets, all you have to do is email your details (we need your name, organisation, job title, email address and phone number) to GainTheory@eulogy.co.uk and answer the following question: “How will the launch of Lions Innovation at the Cannes Lions show once and for all that data insight and creativity are natural bedfellows?” The cut off point is midnight Thursday (GMT) and winners will be contacted on Friday.

(Please note, your replies do not have to be an essay! We know you’re busy people and that the Lions are just around the corner, so 50 words or so is all we’re looking for. But a little bit of insight will indeed help stake your claim for the passes!) 

Good luck!


The Lions Innovation Festival will see Gain Theory join other industry leaders to host a range of activity that blends inspiring talks from industry game-changers with revolutionary product demonstrations, networking events and the launch of the Lions Innovation awards.

Billed as ‘a festival within the festival’, Lions Innovation reflects the rapid rate in which data and technology are driving creative advertising and marketing solutions. As a Founding Member, Gain Theory will host a cabana where senior company leaders will meet with brand-side marketing executives to offer advice on how they can drive smarter, predictive marketing decisions based on the foresight generated from data and analytics.

The company’s chief executives will be participating at Lions Innovation, including Worldwide CEO Jason Harrison, Worldwide COO and CEO EMEA Manjiry Tamhane and Worldwide CSO and CEO APAC Sunder Muthuraman.

Lions Innovation will take place at the 62nd Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity on June 25-26.


And for the vital details one more time…

To enter the competition to win the pair of tickets, all you have to do is email your details (we need your name, organisation, job title, email address and phone number) to GainTheory@eulogy.co.uk and answer the following question: “How will the launch of Lions Innovation at the Cannes Lions show once and for all that data insight and creativity are natural bedfellows?” The cut off point is midnight Thursday (GMT) and winners will be contacted on Friday.

(Please note, your replies do not have to be an essay! We know you’re busy people and that the Lions are just around the corner, so 50 words or so is all we’re looking for. But a little bit of insight will indeed help stake your claim for the passes!) 

Good luck!


Main photo attribution: Christophe.Finot. 

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LBB Editorial, Tue, 16 Jun 2015 10:25:50 GMT