December of this year and January of next year is the time for companies to do their strategic planning. For those working in the overwhelming majority of corporations, the annual planning process plays an essential role. In addition to formulating at least some elements of a company’s strategy for the next 12 to 18 months, the process results in a budget, which establishes the resource allocation map; sets financial, operating, and marketing targets, and aligns the management team on its strategic priorities. The operative question now is as companies go for the preparation of the strategic planning event, how can they plan properly for the brands they are pushing and the markets they are trying to conquer if they don't begin with understanding the media habits of their target audience and consumers?
This is where the input of Media Outlook 2016 comes in.
2016 will be an interesting and exciting
year for the media industry in the Philippines as the National
Elections and ASEAN integration take center stage in the country.
Media Outlook 2016 will present more than the usual economic forecasts
we get from different media groups. Very few forums touch on the topic
of marketing communications, particularly trends and forecasts for the
coming year. These relevant questions should be addressed – Will TV
continue to be the dominant consumer touch point?, What is the future of
TV?, What is the state of out-of-home and billboard advertising? How
fast are Filipinos becoming digital? How’s uptake for radio and print
These are just some of the questions that a Panel of Experts will answer and provide information in the Media Briefing.Who Should Attend
Managing Directors, Advertising/Marketing Managers, Brand Managers,
Category Managers, Product Managers, Corporate Communication Managers,
Media Planner/Managers, Publishers, Advertising Suppliers,
Entrepreneurs, Academics, Students, Government, and those involved in
media, advertising and marketing.
Discounts and Payment Scheme
PHP 5,999 + VAT inclusive of meals and kit
- Package of 5 Delegates + 1 Free
- 10% Discount to Past Delegates
- 20% Discount to Academe/Students/Government
The Resource Speaker and Experts:
1) Gabriel V. Buluran
Kantar Media Philippines
has close to 25 years experience in Media and Market Research,
designing studies, managing data collection, and panel homes and data
He is currently managing the Client Servicing Team
and National TV Audience Measurement (TV Ratings) Service in Mega
Manila, Urban and Rural Philippines, where he is responsible for the
overall management and direction of Kantar. He launched Kantar Media
Philippines’ Radio Audience Measurement Service for KBP and the Radio
Research Council in 2013 and developed the first Internet Audience
Measurement Service for the Philippines 2014.
Kantar Media Philippines, Gabriel worked with ACNielsen Philippines. He
joined the company as Associate Director of Nielsen Media Research, then
went on to become the Director for Customized Research Operations.
Gabriel earned his degree in Bachelor of Arts major in Philosophy from Ateneo de Manila University.
2) Lloyd Tronco
Executive Director, Philippine Center
for Out-of-Home Media Research and Science (PhilCourse)
Tronco is a stalwart in outdoor advertising in the Philippines. His
first brush with outdoor advertising and Out-Of-Home media, started 30
years ago having grown up in a family business which provided billboard
space in the Visayas and Mindanao. Having worked his way up in the
family business, he became the General Manager of Tronco Advertising
which is based in Bacolod by 1994.
In 2001, when Out-Of-Home
media began gaining popularity in the Philippines due to the advent of
digital tarpaulin printing, Lloyd Tronco was hired by McCann Erickson
Philippines’ media unit, UniversalMcCann to be part of a team
specializing in out-of-home media. At UniversalMcCann, he handled the
Out-Of-Home media requirements of the agency including that of
Coca-Cola, Cathay Pacific, Mastercard, and Globe Telecom, until early
Following the stint with UniversalMcCann, he set up a
consultancy which developed the business of OOH media vendors and at the
same time serving the Out-Of-Home media needs of various media
3) Jay Bautista
Strategic Consumer and Media Incites
is currently the General Manager of Strategic and Consumer Incites,
Inc. (SCMI) which is a market and media research Start-up Company.
to setting up his own company, he was Managing Director for Media at
The Nielsen Company where he spent 19 years honing his skills in media
research particularly in the field of advertising information and
audience measurement covering traditional media (TV, Print, Radio,
Cinema, Out of Home) and digital media (online and mobile).
currently a director of the Marketing and Opinion Research Society of
the Philippines (MORES) where he was past President (2010) and co-chair
of the Digital Measurement Board (DMB) of the Internet and Mobile
Marketing Association of the Philippines (IMMAP) to which he served as
director in 2013.
Jay earned his degree in AB Communication Arts
from the Ateneo de Manila University and a Master’s in Business
Administration degree from the University of the Philippines.