Join Google And Croud For Their Attribution Breakfast

Attribution is mainstream. It’s cheaper, easier and better understood than ever.

Processing power + platform integration + machine learning = not just accurate measurement, but (with the right tools) casual access to predictive, automated media planning.

Crediting marketing activity fairly is no longer optional. Businesses that can’t do it are taking risks, and misallocating spend.

Join Croud and Google for a roundtable breakfast to find out why last-click attribution is no longer good enough, and how to make the most of the attribution opportunity.

Book your place here.


Why Attend?

• Hear from attribution experts from Croud and Google and get up to speed on the latest developments
• Learn more about the tools available – from the free version of Google Attribution to Attribution 360
• Get tips on how to educate and get buy-in from your business
• Take part in a lively discussion with your peers and get answers to all of your attribution-related questions


Key Details

Date: Wednesday 13th June
Time: 08:30 – 10:30
Location: The Ivy Soho Brasserie

Reserve your seat.

Please note that this event is free to attend but is only open to brand-side marketers and senior executives.


About Croud

Croud is an award-winning, global digital agency, specialising in PPC, SEO, content, paid social, programmatic, shopping and feeds, and data and insights.

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