Seth Matlins is the EVP, Cultural Strategy and Insights at 160over90, where he helps brands tap into the agency’s breadth of audience insights. He also leads the agency’s entertainment and social impact marketing practices.
Self-described serial entrepreneur and CEO of Teal discusses his tenure as WeWork’s Chief Growth Officer, his experiences at CASE Design, and the inspiration and launch of his latest endeavor.
Kirk Fletcher is an American electric blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter. To date, Fletcher has released four studio albums and one live album.
Mediacom’s Sue Unerman discusses her upcoming fourth book, her history in the industry, building an argument for innovation, and how leadership, even now, needs to take more personal responsibility for the modern values around diversity in the workplace.
Joe Jackman is the CEO of Jackman Reinvents, the world’s first and foremost reinvention company. An advisor to consumer brands, retailers, B2B companies, and private equity partners for more than thirty years, Jackman has proven invaluable to leaders intent on sharpening strategy and orchestrating insight-led reinventions of their businesses.
Jim McCarty is an English musician, best known as the drummer for the Yardbirds and Renaissance. Following Chris Dreja’s departure from the Yardbirds in 2013, McCarty became the only member of the band to feature in every lineup.
Claudine Revere’s love of hospitality stems from a childhood of enjoying family meals around the kitchen table filled with great food and lots of love. After managing several high profile restaurants and catering companies in New York City, Revere started Relish in October of 2001. Claudine’s vision for Relish was to create a catering and event planning company that worked with clients to create innovative events across a vast culinary landscape.
Karan Faridoon Bilimoria, is a British Indian entrepreneur, life peer in the UK House of Lords, and a university chancellor. Bilimoria is well known for founding the popular global beer brand, Cobra Beer and currently operates as the company’s chairman.
Lauren Sallata is Chief Marketing Officer at Panasonic Corporation of North America. She leads the company’s presence at CES, using the show as a launchpad for the global brand platform as well as the company’s most recent What Moves Us campaign – which celebrates the power of purpose and passion shared by 270,000 Panasonic employees and celebrated Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
Barbara Eden is perhaps best-known for portraying Jeannie in the 1965-70 NBC-TV series I Dream of Jeannie. She was nominated twice for Golden Globe Awards for I Dream Of Jeannie, and was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Freeman is the Chief Brand Officer at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In this role, Freeman spearheaded the worldwide launch of the new HPE corporate brand. She oversees global brand marketing, advertising, media, content partnerships, sponsorships and brand
After 15 years of hosting some of the biggest TV and Radio shows in Australia, Jules took the audacious step of founding his own tech company, TRIBE. Launched in Nov 2014, TRIBE is a digital marketplace that connects social media influencers with leading brands to transform word of mouth recommendations.
Latif Nasseris Director of Research at the award-winning New York Public Radio show Radiolab, where he has done stories on everything from snowflake photography to medieval robots to a polar bear who liked to have sex with grizzly bears.
Larry Charles is one of the seminal figures in modern comedy. Brooklyn-born, he started as a writer on the legendary sketch comedy show Fridays and moved from staff writer on Arsenio Hall to a central role on Seinfeld for its first five seasons, contributing some of the show’s darkest and most absurd storylines. He is also the longtime collaborator of Sacha Baron Cohen, having directed Bruno, Borat and The Dictator. His latest show is Larry Charles’ Dangerous World Of Comedy is breaking new ground, a hallmark of Larry’s incredible career.
Horace Panter, aka Sir Horace Gentleman, co-founded The Specials with Jerry Dammers in 1977 in Coventry, England. For four years The Specials rose and ultimately flamed out, mirroring one of their iconic songs, “Too Much Too Young.” After a 29-year gap, the band reunited and is still going strong today. Horace traces the journey, which also included stints with General Public and Special Beat, and talks about his work in art both as a teacher and an artist.
To understand where advertising is going, you need to know what came before it. Carl Fremont was there. From working with the man who invented the unique selling proposition, to learning direct marketing from Lesley Wunderman, Carl Fremont’s career has spanned many years and affords him a unique glimpse into where we should be going.
Colin Gottlieb is one of the leading British media agency entrepreneurs of his generation. He co-founded Manning Gottlieb and headed Omnicom’s media operation during 18 year-stint. He is now Chief Growth Officer at LADbible Group.
Tamara Conniff is the former editor-in-chief of Billboard Magazine. Under her leadership the magazine won Folio’s prestigious Eddie Award for Editorial Excellence. Her father, Ray Conniff was a world-renowned bandleader and arranger.
John Battelle is an entrepreneur, author and journalist. Best known for his work creating media properties, Battelle helped launch Wired in the 1990s and launched The Industry Standard during the dot-com boom. In 2005, he founded the online advertising network Federated Media Publishing. Most recently, Battelle launched “The Recount,” which he describes as “a unique video mashup of each day’s reporting and commentary from across the broadcast, cable, and social platforms.”
As Ampersand CEO, Nicolle Pangis and her team are working to build a smarter, more effective television ecosystem by partnering with and empowering brands to seamlessly connect with audiences wherever and whenever they watch content. Nicolle previously served as Global Chief Operating Officer at GroupM’s where she was responsible for global product management, strategic partnerships and technology development across the largest media investment management organization in the world.
Stephan Loerke has been the CEO of the World Federation of Advertisers since 2003. During his tenure, WFA has tripled its corporate membership and has extended its network to 60 countries, significantly reinforcing the WFA’s presence in the world’s fastest emerging advertising markets.
Samantha Joan Nutt CM OOnt is a Canadian physician and philanthropist, who is the founder and executive director of War Child Canada. She has more than sixteen years of experience working in war zones.
Betty Liu is the Executive Vice Chairman of the New York Stock Exchange and the Chief Experience Officer of Intercontinental Exchange. Liu joined the NYSE Group after ICE acquired Radiate, the ed-tech startup she founded. Liu is a former news anchor for Bloomberg Television.
Joe Marchese is the Executive Chairman and lead investor in Human Ventures. Joe serves as president of Advanced Advertising Products at Fox Networks Group, where he leads operations in non-linear advertising products and services for 21st Century Fox’s global portfolio of channels.
In addition to his work with a diverse roster of entertainers ranging from Tony Bennett and k.d. lang to Bruce Springsteen and Barbra Streisand, Micone was also an original producer of such landmark events as Billy Crystal’s smash Broadway hit “700 Sundays,” the North American debut of Riverdance at Radio City Music Hall and an unprecedented six Super Bowl half-time shows. In his earlier career as an agent at ICM, Micone was personally responsible for guiding the careers of Billy Crystal, Robin Williams and Dana Carvey.