Updated: AdTech Privacy Webinar

by Tara Landry

We’re thrilled to announce that our AdTech Privacy Webinar, “What You Need to Know to Continue to Measure Success in a Cookie-less World” now includes a Fireside Chat with Google’s Sharen Phillips, Head of US Channel Sales Partners, and Napkyn CEO, Jim Cain. They’ll discuss some of the most important aspects of this broad topic including Google’s perspective on what is happening in the world of AdTech Privacy.

The Fireside Chat will be followed by a presentation by Joy Brazelle focused on real examples of how you can continue to measure success, and build your brand once cookies are no more, and end with a live Question and Answer with Sharen, Jim, and Joy. If you have questions about the changes in the world of data capture, personalization and user identification, Google’s take on privacy legislation, or specifics based on your use cases, you will not want to miss this chance to hear concrete answers.


What’s Covered?

Know the facts: What’s happening now and what is about to happen.

Understand the impact of the demise of the cookie How to effectively communicate and plan for the changes.

Identify opportunities for successful measurement without cookies Keep calm and keep monitoring, understanding, and approving.

Who Should Attend?

  • Marketing Executives
  • Marketers
  • Advertisers
  • Search Engine Marketing Managers
  • Brand Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Data Analysts
  • Implementation Specialists
  • Anyone with an interest in learning more about navigating the cookie-less world.


All attendees will receive:

  • Training material covered during the webinar.
  • A link to the recording Napkyn’s AdTech Privacy Guide series (3 books)
  • AdTech Privacy Glossary
  • Napkyn’s Transitioning to GA4 Guide Book

Tara Landry

Marketing Manager

With more than 20 years of experience as a marketing communications professional, Tara has in-depth campaign experience from conception to analysis and is passionate about content, translating marketing ideas across all organizational levels, and punk rock.

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