How does the Internet of Things become the Marketing of Things ("MarkeThing")? That was the main question at the
forward thinking MarkeThing event in Berlin. MarkeThing will change the way we sell, distribute, interact with
customers and develop products. MarkeThing gives you deep insights to gather bags full of fresh ideas from the
fields of smart objects, robotics and artifical intelligence.
This is the flashback on many inspiring presentations:
"Interactive robots and our future life"
Applications, gadgets, ideas for interpersonal communications on fairs, congresses,
showrooms or retails spaces
Intelligent and smart add-ons which leverage products to another level and help to sell
or promote them
Tools and ideas which use artificial intelligence, deep learning, programmatic
advertising and marketing automation
The following speakers enriched our MarkeThing event
For whom is MarkeThing? Who is shaping the future of sales, marketing and advertising? Especially...
who want to experience the Marketing of Things in a proverbial sense: "Intelligent and connected things that (will) revolutionise the world of marketing.
who are seeking new ideas for sales activities, including “things” for showrooms, info stands, presentations and face-to-face conversations.
who want to know more about the future of artificial intelligence in advertisement: Programmatic advertising is becoming the new operating system for advertisement – driven by machine-based algorithms.
Who is involved in selling products and services and who wants to take a look into the
future of marketing
Location Alte Teppichfabrik Berlin • Alt Stralau 4 • 10245 Berlin
The old carpet factory „Teppichfabrik“ is one of the last industrial monuments of the 19th century in
the heart of Berlin. The factory is a typical industrial building from that epoch, in addition the factory is just
10 minutes away from the Alexanderplatz located, on the peninsula Stralau. The carpet factory offers a large, fenced
property with direct access to the river Spree. For the MarkeThing, the old carpet factory was turned into a
marketplace of selling.