Bea Perez, CMO, The Coca-Cola Company, discussed Coca-Cola’s efforts to connect with all consumers via multicultural marketing.
Mark Addicks, SVP & CMO of General Mills, showcases General Mills' approach to multicultural marketing, steps taken over the past four years to cultivate these consumer segments, and plans to continue building relationships in the future.
Rick Wion, director of social media at McDonald's Corporation, shared observations from the company's four-year history in social media as related to connecting with various consumer segments.
Linda W. Clement-Holmes, chief diversity officer and senior vice president, Global Business Services, The Procter & Gamble Company, shares P&G's diversity and inclusion strategy.
Pam El, VP, marketing, State Farm, discussed how State Farm is working to attract multicultural consumers by leveraging the strength of their brand values and the presence of their insurance agents in multicultural communities.
Candace Matthews, chief marketing officer of Amway, discussed how the company’s versatile marketing strategies—centered on a culture of brand acceptance and regional sales models that blend innovation, technology, and interpersonal relationships—have led to the brand’s recent successes in emerging markets.
John Caron, chief marketing officer, Darden Restaurants, discussed how Darden manages their six, very different brands successfully.
Seth Greenberg, vice president, global media & digital marketing at Intuit Inc., revealed how the company is utilizing its online community to drive significant revenue growth for TurboTax.
Joseph V. Tripodi, chief marketing and commercial officer, The Coca-Cola Company, discussed how Coca-Cola’s marketing plans are geared towards finding the place where brand love and brand value intersect.
Mark Baynes, vice president and global chief marketing officer at Kellogg’s, demonstrated how Pop-Tarts uses paid, owned, and earned media to connect with its target consumers.
Graciela Eleta, senior vice president of brand solutions at Univision Communications, and Howard Friedman, senior vice president, marketing, cheese at Kraft Foods Global Inc., discussed strategies for marketing in a multicultural nation by offering key principles for success in developing a total market strategy and how Kraft is leveraging insights to consistently engage with Hispanic moms in a meaningful and authentic way.
Marc Pritchard, global marketing officer at The Procter & Gamble Company, explained how his company is implementing purpose inspired brand building to deliver market share growth and increased sales in targeted consumer markets.
At the 2010 ANA Masters of Marketing Conference, Paul Krugman, Nobel Economics Prize Winner and op-ed columnist for The New York Times, shared his thoughts on the state of the economy.
Eve Reiter, vice president, marketing & advertising category management and agency relations at American Express talks about how advertisers and agencies are working to strengthen their partnerships.
Clive Sirkin, general manager, global integrated marketing at Kimberly-Clark Corporation talks about Kimblerly-Clark's approach to strengthening the client/agency relationship.
Michael Donnelly, group director, worldwide interactive marketing, The Coca-Cola Company, discussed Coca-Cola's "fans first" social media strategy.
Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor in chief of The Huffington Post, and Ken Auletta, journalist at The New Yorker discussed online and social media.
Amanda Zaky, manager of interactive, integrated marketing communications group, Mars U.S., and Lauren Nodzak, public relations manager, Mars Snackfood U.S., discussed the M&M's Most Colorful Contest and the social media efforts behind it.
Cheryl Guerin, senior vice president, group head U.S. marketing and global digital marketing, MasterCard, discussed how MasterCard has moved its "priceless" campaign online.
Dan Germain, head of creative at Innocent Drinks, discussed how the brand is working to make its products interesting, not just healthy.