House of Commons Debate: AI-Driven Marketing Threatens Consumer Choice
Date: Monday 21 May 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The IPM is part of The Debating Group, that regularly holds debates in The House of Commons, bringing together marketers, politicians, journalists and anyone who wants to join the debate over the key marketing issues of the moment.
This year, the IPM takes on the next debate challenge in May to explore views on how AI is affecting consumer choice. The topic is driven by the IPM's Shopper Marketing Council.
"AI-driven marketing threatens consumer choice"
Lord Guy Black of Brentwood
Rob Sellers, Managing Director, Grey Shopper
Dr Windsor Holden, Head of Forecasting, Juniper Research
Alasdair Todd, Researcher to the Rt Hon Dame Cheryl Gillan DBE MP
Marc Curtis, Ideation Manager, Lyreco Group
The House of Commons debate is run under debating rules and admission to this historic and important venue naturally comes with some rules! All the details relating to the event are noted below including how to apply for tickets.
Admission is by invitation only from
The Rt Hon Dame Cheryl Gillan DBE MP and can be booked via the Debating Group.
To secure one of the limited places at this popular event we urge early booking, tickets are priced at £25 and cover administration costs. Submit your application for tickets using the link above.
Monday 21st May 2018 from 6pm
Where does the event take place?
House of Commons, Cromwell Green Entrance
The Debate takes place the House of Commons chambers. You will be directed on arrival to the debating chamber selected for the event.
Please arrive in good time for the event to proceed through strict security. Please note that due to security checks, all bags will be scanned on arrival and you may be asked to remove belts and shoes for scanning. Please also bring with you your ticket and photo ID.
Apply here for tickets