OMR Festival 2019 is in the books. Today, we’re taking one last look at the two days that were OMR19. There’s been a ton written about the Festival already, posts published and content across the digital-marketing board—after so much input it’s time to take a deep breath and recuperate. Our conclusion: OMR19 was for us—and hopefully for you as well—an absolute blast. With 52,000 in attendance, over 600 speakers, more than 400 Exhibitors, 170 Masterclasses, 40+ Guided Tours, countless Side Events and all sorts of concerts, OMR19 was our biggest event yet. Here are our highlights and some favorite pics.
When we look back, the first thing we remember are a host of speaker highlights: best-selling author Yuval Noah Harari took a look into the digital future, Bozoma Saint John talked about how marketing worked at Apple and Ellie Goulding discussed what it’s like living as a superstar in the digital world, Headspace founder Andy Puddicombe talked about his journey that led him to become a monk before guiding the 7000 people attending the Conference in some guided meditation. German rave-rocker Scooter turned the conference into a lit club at 2 in the afternoon. In addition, there were over 400 speakers who took one of three Expo stages, including Palace streetwear founder Marshall Taylor, German Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection Katarina Barley, CEO and founder of the Trade Desk Jeff Green, and many many more.
All we can do now is say thank you: Thank you to an our partners and exhibitors, without whom we’d never have been able to pull off such a massive event. Thanks to everyone who came by, learned and celebrated with us. We’ll see you next year at OMR20 May 12 and 13!
And thanks of course to the thousands of helpers, service providers on site and all of the crew. What a team!