2017 ANA Digital & Social Media Conference Presented by Meredith

The digital and social media landscape continues to change at an unprecedented pace. What’s cutting-edge today may be passé tomorrow. This conference is geared to keep you on top of the latest marketing trends, with insight from leading brand marketers who are pushing the limits of their craft in bold, exciting ways. Get up to speed on the most talked about topics of 2017, including augmented reality, influencer marketing, virtual reality, content marketing, digital analytics, and more. Come learn, network, and get inspired in downtown San Diego.

The hashtag for this event is #ANADigital

Host:

Christine Morrison (@christinemorr)
Director, Social Strategy and Digital Communications
Intuit Inc.
ANA Digital & Social Committee Chair, West Coast Chapter

 

Corporate packages are now sold out!


when

Start: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 3:00pm

End: Friday, July 14, 2017 at 12:00pm

WHERE

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego
One Market Place
San Diego, CA 92101

The ANA has negotiated a special room rate of $299/night. To make your room reservation, please click here. You may also call the reservations department at 888-421-1442 and reference the ANA Digital Conference. The cut-off date to obtain the ANA rate is Wednesday, June 28, 2017, after which prevailing rates apply. Please notify the hotel of any special needs that you may have.

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Agenda

TIME EVENT DETAILS LOCATION
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
2:00pm Registration Opens

Seaport Foyer
3:00pm Preconference Sessions

DIAGEO: HARNESSING THE POWER OF VR AND TECH TO TAKE BRANDS TO CONSUMERS IN NEW WAYS

Diageo is the world’s leading owner and marketer of Spirits Brands, with a portfolio that includes Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff, Captain Morgan, Baileys, Tanqueray, Ketel One, Crown Royal and Cîroc. Diageo has long been a company known for marketing famous brands with innovative and sometimes provocative advertising and communications and Diageo’s digital communications strategy is continuing this tradition of inventiveness. Among the successful brand experiments at Diageo in North America is a powerful piece of virtual reality advertising with a social responsibility purpose, which is helping keep the company in the forefront of reaching consumers with cutting-edge uses of tech-powered media and creative approaches.

Jason Chebib
Vice President, Consumer Planning Diageo North America
Harbour G/H

SOUTHWEST AIRLINES + ROCKFISH DIGITAL: DIGITAL INNOVATION DRIVES THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

Marketers are highly aware of the changes that are occurring in this post-marketing world. The omni-channel customer experience and how digital innovation can be used to drive that experience have become critical components in the success that marketers are tasked with driving each and every day.  Southwest Airlines has long understood how to delight customers and is known for its fastidious focus on the flying experience.  Southwest Airlines is now employing the principles of digital innovation to evolve its exceptional culture and support of broad-based business goals across the entire enterprise.  In this session, Heather Figallo, Senior Director, Innovation & Labs at Southwest Airlines and Tim Rumpler, Executive Vice President at Rockfish Digital will share how digital innovation is reshaping the Southwest Airlines business and contributing to a customer experience-centric future. 

Heather Figallo
Senior Director, Innovation & Labs Southwest Airlines
Tim Rumpler
Executive Vice President Rockfish Digital
Harbour G/H

More to Come!

6:30pm Reception  

Seaport Foyer
7:30pm Dinner  

TRANSPARENCY: BRIDGING THE GAP IN MOBILE

According to eMarketer, more than 80% of internet users will use a mobile phone to regularly access the internet in 2017, which speaks to the projected 58 billion dollars in mobile ad spend this year. Stakes are high, and advertisers are demanding transparency in mobile measurement while publishers face obstacles that prevent them from delivering. So, how can advertisers effectively leverage mobile advertising? How is the industry working together to provide transparency? Get the inside scoop from David Marquard, VP of Publisher and Analytic Products at Integral Ad Science, to learn how the industry is bridging the transparency gap in mobile.

David Marquard
VP of Publisher and Analytic Products Integral Ad Science
Seaport ABCD
Thursday, July 13, 2017
7:30am Breakfast  

BREAKFAST ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

We are organizing a number of tables at breakfast for attendees to informally discuss key issues. Each participating table will be marked with a topic. Those who would like to participate should arrive at the start of breakfast. Topics and moderators include:

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EFFECTIVELY MANAGING THE MARTECH/ADTECH WORLD TO DRIVE BUSINESS

Facilitator: Michael Donnelly
Senior Vice President, Group Head, Global Digital Marketing Mastercard Worldwide
Seaport ABCD

MEDIA MEASUREMENT & ATTRIBUTION

Facilitator: Brad Feinberg
Senior Director of Media & Consumer Connections MillerCoors
Seaport ABCD

CONTENT MARKETING BEST PRACTICES & MEASURING ROI

Facilitator: Doug Busk (@dbusk)
Global Group Director – Digital Communications & Social Media The Coca-Cola Company
Seaport ABCD

INFLUENCER MARKETING BEST PRACTICES & POTENTIAL RISKS

Facilitator: Michael Kelly
Senior Manager, Social Media & Influencer Programs Plantronics
Seaport ABCD

MEASUREMENT BEST PRACTICES FOR THE MODERN MEDIA SUPPLY CHAIN

Facilitator: Steven Wastie
CMO Origami Logic
Seaport ABCD
8:00am

BREAKFAST SPEAKER: THE 2017 MEASUREMENT AGENDA: SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE MURKY MEDIA SUPPLY CHAIN

Brands are investing more than ever in digital channels but getting less on a per dollar basis than expected. The digital media supply chain is awash in metric miscalculations and missing data, making it difficult for marketers to manage their spend, agencies, and campaigns much less drive campaign effectiveness. Hear the results of a recent survey of Fortune 500 brands to learn how marketers are taking control of their media supply chain. You’ll walk away with practical tips about how modern measurement and performance data can ensure that your in-house marketers, agencies, and publishers are working together toward common goals.

Steven Wastie
CMO Origami Logic
Seaport ABCD
8:30am General Session

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WELCOME REMARKS

Georgine Anton
President MXM
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OPENING REMARKS

Bob Liodice
CEO ANA
Seaport EFGH

MARRIOTT CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER KEYNOTE

Today’s trends, influenced by the millennial mindset, point to experience-seeking over material items. Marriott International’s Global Marketing Officer, Karin Timpone, will discuss how the company is tapping into this cultural trend, and leveraging data, smart technologies, and creative content, to attract and engage next generation travelers. Discover how Marriott is disrupting the industry through always-on marketing, award-winning loyalty programs and innovative partnerships to create personalized, frictionless travel for millions of guests around the world.  

Karin Timpone (@karintimpone)
Global Chief Marketing Officer Marriott International
Seaport EFGH

LANE BRYANT: PLUS IS EQUAL - HOW BODY EQUALITY BECAME A NATIONAL CONVERSATION

In the past decade, the term "fat shaming" has become part of our vocabulary and our culture. For many, it's the last acceptable form of bias. So in 2015, one retailer stepped up to change the conversation, champion plus size women and show them as they see themselves – beautiful, sexy and proud. Lane Bryant literally took them "out of the closet," gave them a platform that framed their conversation, changed media and fashion category norms, challenged misperceptions around body image and confronted this issue with one of the most progressive marketing efforts to date. Learn how Lane Bryant is combining the power of digital, social and traditional media channels to shift the conversation and make an impact beyond the bottom line.

Brian Beitler (@BrianBeitler)
Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Lane Bryant, Inc.
Seaport EFGH
10:30am Networking Coffee Break

Seaport Foyer
11:00am General Session cont.

KELLOGG'S: DATA-DRIVEN CONSUMER ENGAGEMENT IN A DIGITAL WORLD

In a digital world that is constantly evolving, data, measurement, and customer experience are paramount. For Kellogg's, an integrated experience utilizing consume data to engage in across an ever increasing number of channels is the vision. Discover how Kellogg's is leveraging innovative analytics methods and tools to drive innovative creative, media, and technology-driven marketing. Also learn how they leverage the support of internal business leaders and they train the talent of their internal team and external partners to be a "data first" organization.

DeLu Jackson
VP, Digital Acceleration Kellogg's
Seaport EFGH

NORDSTROM: OMNI-CHANNEL AUDIENCE DRIVEN MARKETING APPROACH FOR 116- YEAR OLD RETAILER

Thanks to early investments in digital and a focus on the Millennial audience, Nordstrom continues to grow as a brand by prioritizing marketing spend through limited distribution brands, a best-in-class human service experience, and a seamless digital plus physical experience that focuses heavily on mobile, customer service, and e-commerce.  In this session, learn from the Head of Digital, Customer Acquisition and Media on how Nordstrom fully leads with digital across consumer touch points and marketing channels that work across the funnel from awareness and engagement to response and conversion.

Brian Hovis (@brianhovis)
Head of Customer Acquisition, Media and Digital Nordstrom
Seaport EFGH
12:30pm Lunch  

Data-Powered Partnerships: How Data Can Shape Media, Content and Product Strategies

Billions of dollars have shifted into data-driven marketing and native content, but the industry has largely leveraged both tactics in very different ways: data for efficient audience reach and scale, and native content for building awareness and more emotive storytelling.  Large publishers have now built the infrastructure needed to harness their first-party data to understand their audiences more granularly, and brands like Conagra and Reynolds Consumer Products are leveraging this data to help understand their own target audiences.  In this panel, Meredith, Conagra and Reynolds Consumer Products will share insights from their cross-platform partnership, in which data is helping shape not just media strategy, but content and product strategy as well.

Moderator:
Marc Rothschild
SVP, Digital Meredith Digital
Panelists:
Christy Kazlo
Media and Ad Technology Manager Conagra Brands
Michael Mazza
Marketing Director for the Reynolds Wrap® brand Reynolds Consumer Products
Alysia Borsa
EVP, Chief Data and Insights Officer Meredith Digital
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1:45pm General Session cont.

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HOW MATTEL BUILDS BRANDS FOR THE YOUTUBE GENERATION

For more than 56 years, Barbie has inspired imaginations and encouraged girls on their journey to self-discovery. From Mermaid to Movie Star, Pet Vet to Police Officer, Fashionista to Fairy Princess, Barbie continues to celebrate the belief that "You Can Be Anything." In this session, the head of their newly created content studio will share how they bring this vision for Barbie and other Mattel brands to life through rich content experiences.  This session will unveil the operational model for their studio with their in-house team and agency partners, how they have changed their creative approach to coalesce advertising and branded entertainment, and how they have created a consolidated network of studio participants that delivers specialization and efficiencies across their entire brand portfolio. 

Catherine Balsam-Schwaber
Chief Content Officer Mattel, Inc.
Seaport EFGH

COCA-COLA JOURNEY: BRAND JOURNALISM THAT BUILDS THE BUSINESS

For The Coca-Cola Company, brand journalism has been the key to building meaningful relationships with stakeholders including associates, partners, fans and critics alike. The Global Group Director of Digital Communications & Social Media for the Coca-Cola Company will share how the Coca-Cola Journey platform drives brand and business, how the content marketing innovation fits into Coca-Cola's digital and social strategy, how teams are structured and empowered, and how social media innovations can amplify content marketing platforms.

Doug Busk (@dbusk)
Global Group Director – Digital Communications & Social Media
The Coca-Cola Company
ANA Digital & Social Committee Chair, Southeast Chapter

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3:15pm Networking Coffee Break  

Seaport Foyer
3:45pm General Session cont.

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THE HALO EFFECT OF INNOVATION

It's 2017: Social is no longer new, mobile arrived a long time ago. What dragons do marketers still need to slay on these tried and tested platforms, and what challenges will new platforms and technologies present? Jory Des Jardins touches on how some of the more established innovations, such as programmatic and influencer marketing, have evolved. And she provides an overview on where some of the shiny new tech--AR/VR, bots/messaging, AI, and IoT—stands as it relates to brand integrations.

Jory Des Jardins (@JoryDJ)
Digital Media and Marketing Consultant
Seaport EFGH

MEMBERS-ONLY DEEP DIVE (ANA CORPORATE MEMBERS ONLY)

ANA Members are invited to join us following the final general session to participate in an ANA Members Only Deep Dive, led by Doug Busk Global Group Director – Digital Communications & Social Media at The Coca-Cola Company. In this session, we will dive deep into key industry topics such as:
• Content marketing
• Programmatic
• Social media
• Data and attribution

ANA members will have the opportunity to share insights and challenges in key areas, learn from their marketing peers, and engage in rich conversations on these key "hot" topics marketers are facing today.

Moderated by:

Doug Busk (@dbusk)
Global Group Director – Digital Communications & Social Media
The Coca-Cola Company
ANA Digital & Social Committee Chair, Southeast Chapter

Seaport EFGH
4:30pm End of General Session

6:00pm Reception  

Seaport Foyer
7:00pm Dinner on Your Own

Friday, July 14, 2017
7:30am Breakfast  

Peter Minnium
President Ipsos Connect, US
Seaport ABCD
8:30am General Session

Seaport EFGH

JET.COM: BUILDING A DIGITAL-FIRST ORGANIZATION

Jet.com is building their brand around the promise of making shopping fun through a gamified process that aims to shake up the way people shop for everything online: from household products to books, music, appliances, electronics and groceries. Discover how Jet.com is differentiating from the competition by helping consumers connect with the brand on an emotional level.

Liza Landsman
President Jet.com
Seaport EFGH

INTUIT BRIDGES THE DIVIDE BETWEEN BRAND AND DIGITAL

Intuit’s mission is to change their customers’ lives so profoundly that they can't imagine going back to the “old way.”  In this session, hear how Intuit applies rigor to “win” in digital in the complexity of landscape, disruption, and war for talent which leads to the need for end-to-end marketing rigor.  This session will also specifically highlight how Intuit utilizes brand influencers and ambassadors in their digital transformation journey. 

Lucas Watson
Chief Marketing Officer Intuit, Inc.
Seaport EFGH
10:30am Networking Coffee Break

Seaport Foyer
11:00am General Session cont.

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KIA: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION THROUGH INFLUENCER & CONTENT MARKETING TO MILLENNIALS

Kia Motors started its journey in 1994 with two vehicles and a reputation graciously described as “a used car alternative.” Kia now offers a full portfolio of distinct models, and has sold more than 6.3 million vehicles since that humble beginning. Since the launch of the Kia Soul in 2009, the company has experienced a 129 percent increase in sales and has doubled the number of Millennial buyers (digital natives).  In this session, hear their digital story rooted in how they are connecting with the digital generation and tapping into influencers and utilizing content marketing to drive engagement and relevance.

Kimberley Sweet Gardiner
Director, Marketing Communications Kia Motors America
Seaport EFGH

1/2 PART MARKETING MAGIC, 1/2 PART MATH: THE CONTENT MARKETING RECIPE FOR GLOBAL BRANDS

Mountain Dew, one of PepsiCo's 22 billion dollar brands, has curated a revolutionary Global Content Strategy to help navigate the complex world of content marketing. By combining "marketing magic" with data analysis and optimization frameworks, Mountain Dew is bridging the gap between consumers, content marketing, and results, that's proven to be a recipe for success. In this session the presenter will share Mountain Dew's "Glocal" approach for content and how to utilize this strategy to grow global brand equity in a truly authentic way.

Manos Spanos
Senior Director, Brand Marketing Mountain Dew
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12:30pm Conference Adjournment


Cancellation Policy and Notes

Single ANA member and non-member conference registrations can be cancelled in writing only via email (registration@ana.net). Phone cancellations are not accepted. A 50% refund will be granted, if written request for cancellation is received by email 60 calendar days before the conference start date. No refunds will be granted for any cancellations received after the conference start date or for 'no shows.' Corporate packages are not eligible for cancelation. Unused registrations/applications have no monetary value and cannot be credited to future years or events. ANA will not issue refunds or credits due to failure to redeem a discount coupon during the registration process. A $125 processing fee will be assessed to change the name on a registration. Hotel room cancellations must be sent directly to the hotel. Please contact the hotel for further details.

Miscellaneous:
     1. The conference agenda is subject to change.
     2. A portion of your guest room rate will be used to offset conference costs.
     3. ANA accepts no responsibility for the loss of, or damage to, personal property.
     4. Registrations received after two weeks prior to the conference may not be included in the attendee list.