Janine Allis joins AANA Reset’s final speaker lineup

Janine Allis, founder of Boost Juice Bars, joins AANA Reset's final speaker lineup

Faulks: “Now is the time to innovate and drive growth.”

National industry body the Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA) has announced its final lineup of local and global marketers for its annual flagship event, RESET for Growth 2024, with Janine Allis, founder of Boost Juice Bars, confirmed as the final speaker.

Allis joins the list of talent who will convene on 9 May at Sydney’s Overseas Passenger Terminal.

Josh Faulks, AANA’s chief executive officer, said that the event has become known as the leading marketing conference in the industry, and that the AANA have stepped it up for the event’s 10th birthday.

“I am super proud that we are bringing some of the world’s best marketers and biggest global marketing campaigns to the stage this year. 

“As we face into an uncertain economic future, now is the time to innovate and drive growth, which is why RESET, this year, is all about growth.”

Janine Allis joins AANA Reset's final speaker lineup


The full list of AANA’s RESET for Growth 2024 speakers include:

• Josh Goldstine, president of worldwide marketing for Warner Bros. Pictures Group, who spearheaded the massive 2023 campaign that propelled the Barbie Movie to great success.

• Richard Oppy, vice president of global brands (Budweiser, Corona, Stella Artois, Michelob Ultra) for international brewing company Anheuser-Busch InBev, who will share insights on how creativity has transformed Budweiser’s marketing, leading to the consecutive wins of the Cannes Lions Creative Marketing of the Year award for two years in a row.

• Diane Everett, general manager for brand, sponsorship and social at Commonwealth Bank, and Jackie Lee-Joe, deputy chair of Football Australia will team up to discuss the marketing strategy behind the Matildas‘ rise to iconic status.

• Nicole Taylor, senior vice president of The LEGO Group, will speak to how LEGO’s singular mission is driving its global expansion.

• Janine Allis will be recounting her journey from one juice bar in Adelaide to the world’s largest juice bar business.

• Futurist Bernard Salt will shed light on Australia’s booming economy and how marketers can capitalise on changing consumer behaviours, rethinking how they engage with consumers throughout different life stages.

Comedian and presenter Matt Okine will be master of ceremonies for the conference.

Top Image: Janine Allis

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