Mumbrella360 Asia conference introduces concession tickets for under 30s and students

Industry professionals aged under 30 and students will be able to buy concession tickets to the Mumbrella360 Asia conference in Singapore this November 5-7, and those not able to attend for three days can buy a single-day ticket, as the event organiser looks to make the conference even more inclusive.

The ‘next generation ticket’ for those working in the media and marketing industry under the age of 30 will mean the talent of tomorrow can get access to both full conference days, the networking day, exhibition and social events – on all three days – for just $699. The full ticket price on the door stands at $1,199 so it is a huge discount. 

Meanwhile, those students in full-time education can get the same three-day entitlements for just $299. Those buying concession tickets will need to bring along their passport and ID card to prove their age and status when picking up their tickets at the registration desk.

At the same time, Mumbrella has introduced s single-day conference ticket for all at $599. It includes access to the full conference on a day of your choice as well as the exhibition and social events.

Alternatively, the normal ticket price is $999 for the full three-day pass (this is transferable so you can share it with colleagues, if you can’t make it to the event every day).

Speaking about the ticketing changes, Mumbrella Asia general manager Dean Carroll said: “We always get the C-suite attending our events and that’s what we want, but we thought it was about time we made our conferences more accessible for the younger people in the industry and the students who might be looking to join the industry soon, as well as those who just want to come along for one specific day rather than all three.

“With the 150 speakers across 75 sessions, great thought leadership and networking plus local, regional and global leaders – it would be a shame for the next generation to be outside the tent. These new ticket classifications should bring the event in reach for tomorrow’s industry leaders.”

It is the second time the conference will be held. Back in 2017 the first event saw more than 1,100 delegates attend 70 sessions. Some of the industry’s most prominent speakers from across Asia and the rest of the world will feature on the programme. The format also includes one-to-one networking, a large exhibition zone, Speaker’s Corner and masterclass workshops as well as the four main content stages.

The annual Mumbrella Asia Awards ceremony will also take place during the same week as Mumbrella360 Asia – November 5 to 7 – meaning that those coming from outside Singapore only need to make one trip to attend both events at the Marina Bay Sands convention centre. Tickets can be purchased on the event website.

The conference is targeted at client-side marketers, ad agencies, media owners, adtech players, consultancy firms and related segments like recruitment and executive education.

“This year, Mumbrella360 Asia is going to be even bigger and better than 2017,” Carroll said previously. “It is about the industry telling us what is interesting and should be on stage at the conference. It comes from the grassroots up with our industry-owned curated sessions. 

“Without a doubt, this is again going to be the region’s best media and marketing conference this year.”

Already onboard as sponsors are Bonsey Jaden, IPG Mediabrands, Wunderman Thompson, PHD, Unruly, Brave Bison, Verizon Media, Getty Images, Mediacorp, MediaOcean, Moving Walls, Shutterstock, Taboola, Turner, Hong Bao Media, CNBC, Tickled Media, RhythmOne, Qualtrics, Shootsta and The Code Co – with Singapore Tourism Board also supporting the event financially.

For further information on the conference and to buy tickets go to the Mumbrella360 Asia website here. In addition, for information on the remaining sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at the event contact the partnerships manager Wilfred Wong on – and for content inquiries you can reach out to the Mumbrella Asia general manager Dean Carroll on  


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