What Marketers Need To Know About Dx3

December 10, 2013 Ben Myers

Dx3 isn’t just another conference. We’re hosting the biggest, most engaging digital-focused event you will attend this year.

For marketers and advertisers, Dx3 is a unique venue to make new connections and learn about new platforms. Dx3 attracts the brands and ideas that marketers need to excel in digital over the next 12 months.

The right advisors

To ensure that you hear something that you’ve never heard before, the Dx3 Advisory Board is consulted throughout the year to select the content that will be seen and heard at Dx3. This includes executives from many of Canada’s most successful digital brands and agencies – both large and small – including OgilvyOne, Adidas, Microsoft and DDB Canada.

Dx3 will showcase technology you didn’t even know existed. In 2014, that means a Retail Zone and Virtual Store that demonstrates how shopping experiences will evolve in the next five years. At the Incubation Zone, Dx3 will encourage startups to pitch and develop their ideas that will change marketing, advertising and retailing. In our panel rooms, experts will gather to discuss and debate best practices.

Best of both trade show and conference

As both a trade show and conference in a single location, Dx3 is unique in Canada. Brands and agencies attend to plan their next 12 months, while thousands of businesspeople browse the show floor looking for the single element that their current strategy is missing. These two elements combine to create a dynamic conference and trade show where new connections are made and unexpected benefits are discovered.

AIMIA was proud to be Platinum Sponsors of Dx3. We enjoyed a great show, made some extremely important contacts and look forward to supporting the show again!

— Nadia Issabella Kamal – Manager, Marketing Communications / Public Relations, AIMIA


Thanks to Dx3 Canada, Facebook had the opportunity to educate digital marketers and agencies at scale. We had an engaging audience and very positive feedback from attendees. In addition, we learned more about the Canadian digital landscape and needs of this market. Overall, it was a very valuable experience for Facebook and we thank Dx3 Canada for making it all possible.

— Jason Li, Lead Strategist, Facebook



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