What would you advise your clients to do now to get ready for the upcoming changes to data and identity?

May 6, 2021
SCMP Updates
SCMP Lighthouse presents the ‘Data Pioneers Series’: a glimpse into APAC industry leaders’ perspectives on all things related to advertising data.

In this episode, experts from f5, The Trade Desk and SCMP give their advice on how to get ready for the upcoming changes to data and identity.

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Watch previous episodes:

Ep. 1 - Why do advertising leaders use data for activation?

Ep. 2 - What values do advertising leaders see in using publishers’ first-party data?

Ep. 3 - Challenges of activating data in Southeast Asia

Ep. 4 - Does localised data matter?

Ep. 5 - Are you using publishers' data?

Ep. 6 - How does the deprecation of cookies impact the wall garden?

Ep. 7 - How important is contextual advertising in the post-cookie world?

Ep. 8 - Is there a usable alternative to third-party cookies?

Ep.9 - What does brand suitability mean to you?

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