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Wednesday, May 21
Dunkin' Brands President, Global Marketing & Innovation, John Costello, will discuss how Dunkin’ Brands keeps a 60-year-old icon relevant to consumers today. Through this presentation, you will learn how Dunkin' Brands determines the right role for social, mobile and digital marketing when traditional marketing continues to work very well. Examples of Omni-channel marketing from both the Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins brands will be shared.
- John Costello , President, Global Marketing and Innovation , Dunkin Brands
They are here, there, everywhere. As mobility untethers customers from the big screens, and gives marketers access to them at every stage of the purchasing journey, how are brands rethinking the relationship? How are different business segments now charting out the important touch points, rethinking how and where they can best serve the customer? Mobility has blown up old media conceptions of when, where and how to connect with customers. How are marketers putting the pieces back together? We ask the brands to share how they are rethinking the consumer journey in the age of mobility and what brands can and should represent to customers now that marketers can occupy a person’s pocket.
- Ed Kaczmarek , Co-Founder and Managing Director , Brand Accelerator
- Jonathan Anastas , VP, Global Brand Marketing, Head of Digital and Social Media , Activision
- Jim Ensign , VP, Global Digital Marketing , Papa John's International
- Sahar Khan , Brand Manager, BENGAY & BENADRYL , Johnson & Johnson
- Tricia Nichols , Global Lead of Consumer Engagement, Media Innovation & Partnerships for Gap Brand , Gap Inc.
- Amit Shah , VP, Online Marketing, Mobile and Social , 1-800Flowers @ashahnet
Alex and Ani’s Vice President of Digital Strategy will share the “start to finish” mobile story that contributed to the strategy powering one of the fastest growing retailers in the world with a customer centric commitment to high touch and personalization. The focus of the session will be on failures and successes surrounding both very forward thinking and fundamental approaches to mobile strategy along with the areas of responsibility at the organizational level for all things mobile.
- Ryan Bonifacino , VP, Digital Strategy , Alex and Ani
Almost a decade into mobile marketing and it is still unclear what ad formats really are appropriate to the small screen. Search, RTB and responsive technologies all promise to make cross-platform media buying seamless and easy, but is this really the best use of limited real estate where users brook no distraction? Aside from video, which seems to port well to handheld and tablet screens, and in-stream native posts in social media, which favor a few big players, is it time to admit Web ad conventions just don’t work here? If mobility untethers media from predictable circumstances and settings, does it (should it?) mean the end of the interruptive, impression-based ad legacy of radio, print, TV and even Web?
- Jennifer Wise , Mobile Marketing and Gamification Analyst , Forrester @JenniferWise
- Pankaj Bengani , Vice President, Global Strategic Partnerships , inMobi
- JiYoung Kim , SVP Strategy & New Solutions , Ansible Mobile @ansiblemobile
- Webster Lewin , Principal/Mobile & Social Media Stratagist , WLOGLOBAL @wloglobal
- Barry Lowenthal , President , The Media Kitchen @barrylowenthal
- Ian Schafer , CEO , Deep Focus
Five years into the app revolution and most branded apps still feel like portable Web sites. Fine, but mobility demands more. The next generation of app leverages device intimacy, requires real time responsiveness to location, need, user history, preference. It uses the inherent capabilities of the device to push experiences that map to the moment. What are those technologies and techniques? Who is using them? How can we build apps that serve, not just inform and that help build brands, not just extend them onto another platform?
- Ian Beacraft , Manager, New and Emerging Technologies , Leo Burnett
- Michael Bordash , Chief Mobile Marketing Technology & Development Leader , IBM @internetdj
- Christopher Gonzalez , Director of Mobile Product Management , Gilt
- Jordan Greene , Principal/Mobile Media , MellaMedia @GreeneMarket
- Charles Manning , President and CEO , Kochava
- Annie Trombatore , Director of Product , Thrillist Media Group
Citi’s Head of Internet and Mobile Melissa Stevens will discuss the rise in consumers’ use of digital banking services and Citi’s strategy to surpass their fast-growing expectations. It is incumbent on brands to do the work to understand what consumers want and need and develop products and services that deliver accordingly.
- Melissa Stevens , Managing Director, Internet & Mobile , Citi
Millions of young adults globally are reminding us that phones, at their core, are about individuals contacting one to another. The one-to-one verses one-to-some has become popular again through the rise of messaging apps. WhatsApp, Kik, Tango, SnapChat, WeChat and Line are sopping up mobile time spent, eclipsing other social channels and producing sharable content. Is this a conversation that will welcome marketers? How do these platforms differ in audience, functionality and opportunity, and how do they, in turn customize user experiences as a result? How can marketers be authentic in the midst of personal conversations and really add value by understanding this new messaging context? We bring together apps, agencies and a brand to explore the terrain, report on early findings and elevate the overall messaging app conversation.
- Jeffrey Malmad , Managing Director, Mobile , Mindshare @1od
- Jennifer Donahoe , Head of Marketing and Partner Relations , Tango @keepergirl
- David Rosenberg , Managing Partner , IPG Media Lab
- Steven Siegel , Specialist Sales Executive, Skype , Microsoft @STSIEGEL
- Linda Thomas , Digital and Social Media Director , Philadelphia Eagles @Linda2k
Why read when you can glance? The signature mobile media are visual: Instagram, Vine, Pinterest, shared photos across Twitter and Facebook, Tumblr. Whether it moves or remains static, the mobile “spot” is a few seconds within which a marketer has to impart an idea, motivate an action, provide a service, lift a brand metric, activate a sale. Is a mobile marketing language evolving yet to best leverage this unique, scrolling, fleeting, multi-modal media consumption experience? Are the old print, pre-roll, display disciplines relevant here? Or is mobile/social/visual a new lingo altogether? We ask the creatives who are mastering at-a-glance marketing.
- Dwayne Raupp , Executive Creative Director , Organic
- Adam Edelman , CEO and Founder , IMM
- Apu Gupta , Founder/CEO , Curalate @apugupta
- Michael Lieberman , Co-President , Joule
- Eleni Tavantzis , Senior Manager of Digital + Social Communications , Lilly Pulitzer @eleni_t
- Wil Tidman , Head of Production , GoPro
Wearable media, insanely intimate devices, connectivity further fragmented across countless sensors, mountains of disparate data. This is what an Internet of Things looks like. But what will brands and agencies look like as they try to serve this new universe? You aren’t targeting media or even people here. You are targeting everyday life, from workouts (activity trackers) to countless trips to the connected refrigerator to walking (Google Glass). Is this about advertising? Really? Or product design, data stewardship, service relationships? Marketers and their agencies may need to rethink their relationship to customers, their skill sets, themselves.
- Justin Smith , EVP, ECD and Chief Innovation Officer , Doner
- Geoff McCleary , VP Group Director, Mobile Innovation , Digitas Health @wapgeekboy
- Lauren Nutt Bello , Partner, Account Director , Ready Set Rocket
- Brian Pitstick , Director, Business Development , MapMyFitness/Under Armour
- Peter Taylor , Director of Product Management for Smart Home, NA , Belkin International
- Tina Unterlaender , Director, Mobile , AKQA
Join us for a cocktail party to celebrate the best apps of the year! Separate ticket required