Our annual digital conference that looks to educate over 250 marketing professionals in Bournemouth.
An educational experience
Why come to Attention!
Attention! is a full-day conference held on the south coast's digital hub, Bournemouth. With the max capacity of 200, we advise you to book as early as possible so you don't miss out.
Who should come to Attention!
Digital marketing executives of all levels, senior marketing professionals, heads of departments and business managers of businesses that are looking to achieve ambitious digital growth.
Why we run Attention!
Adido is a digital marketing agency that believes in running digital events to educate professionals on the latest thinking, opinions and ideas from industry experts.
Unlike many other events, we do not invite sales pitches onto the stage. Speakers are carefully vetted prior to the event to ensure each presentation is of genuine interest to the industry.
What's included in your ticket?
- Six digital experts on stage.
- Four practical workshops where you can refresh your digital knowledge.
- One digital debate.
- Drinks, refreshments, snacks and lunch as well as amazing networking opportunities with like-minded professionals.
Watch our video from Attention! 2019
Previous speakers have included
The Choice Factory
Green & Black’s
56 Black Men
Our quarterly free digital debates ran throughout 2018 and 2019. We debated a whole range of relevant topics you can see below.
7 March 2018
Will voice search still be around by 2020?
Our debate to discuss the importance of voice search saw Timo Peach go head to head with Nichola Stott to highlight some key aspects of voice search to watch out for in the future.
Yes - voice will continue to grow (Nichola Stott)
31 October 2018
Will digital be the death of us?
A digital debate about whether the future of digital is dark or bright. Nigel Gwilliam represented the dark side and Rob Belgrave stood for the light.
Yes - The future is dark (Nigel Gwilliam)
20 March 2019
Should you panic about your privacy?
An alarming and eye-opening debate that saw Jake Moore comfortably win in an argument to be worried about our digital privacy vs Adido CEO Andy Headington.
Yes - worry about it (Jake Moore)
16th October 2019
Battle of the generations - does age define us in 2020?
In 2019 it was hard to escape talk of the importance of Gen Z and Millennials for brands. But with more money staying with older generations and people living longer, we wanted to know which generation really held the power. We were fortunate to welcome Gill Haynes from Silver Travel Advisor and Flow Adepoju from Fanbytes to the stage.
Yes - age will continue to define us in 2020 (Flow)