Nita Song, president, COO, IW Group, discussed the nuances of the Asian market, how to acquire the Asian customer, and the best way to keep them.
Brandon Coleman, chief marketing officer, Romano's Macaroni Grill, and Greg Smith, chief creative officer, The VIA Agency, provided insights on how the restaurant renewed its brand platform and how it informed the creation of The Connoisseur campaign.
Angela Reynar, senior director of Category Insights, Yahoo!, and Jenny Vandehey, global associate director, Social Listening, Starcom MediaVest Group, discussed a new study aimed at understanding the impact of technology on moms and the new family dynamic.
Thomas A. Burkhardt, vice president, global marketing, Calvin Klein Fragrances & Cosmetics, Coty Prestige, discussed how Coty Prestige expanded Calvin Klein’s fragrance icon, CK One, into a multi-category lifestyle brand.
Paul Matsen, chief marketing and communications officer, Cleveland Clinic, discussed the challenges facing the healthcare industry and how the clinic’s historical commitment to measurement has helped it achieve marketing excellence.
Jillian St. Charles, vice president, HGTV.com and HGTVGardens.com, shared insights and lessons learned as an early adopter of Pinterest.
Brittany Tall, digital media manager, MillerCoors, LLC, described the how their new spokesman, Keith Stone, and the “Always Smooth” campaign successfully engaged fans and created an affinity for the Keystone Light brand.
The Fitness Consumer: Engaging & Impacting a Hard to Reach, Extraordinarily Influential Consumer Segment
In this webinar, the DPAA and Zoom Media and Marketing discussed multiple options for connecting with fitness consumers, including via digital place-based and other easy to execute media solutions.
David Ginsberg, director, insights and market research, Intel Corporation, discussed how Intel has been deploying various approaches to understanding unconscious-based consumer insights for the past two years.
Esther Franklin, EVP, head of SMG Americas Experience Strategy, Starcom MediaVest Group, and Michael Desmarais, VP Strategic Insights and Research, LOGO Networks, explored the role culture and identity play in solidifying strong relationships between the LGBT community and brands.
Bryan Reese, chief marketing and innovation officer, Bolthouse Farms, discussed the debut of a highly successful campaign to position baby carrots as the new junk food.
In this webinar, Caribou Coffee discussed the company's social media efforts, including their most recent "You + Your Bou" campaign, which encouraged consumers to tweet about how the Caribou brand fits into their lives on a daily basis.
Christopher Kopenec, digital marketing manager, Chili’s Grill & Bar, discussed how Chili’s has developed highly effective social media strategies and campaign executions to grow their fan base and increase brand exposure.
Tom Cunniff, chair of the ANA's Digital Marketing Committee, presented a new framework for evaluating paid, owned, and earned media and creating integrated marketing programs that work.
Dan Grantham, editorial director, Deliver magazine, Renee Hall, vice president of Business Development, Dukky, and Jay Minkoff, president, First Flavor, described how new technologies that add digital or sensory elements to direct mail are making an impact and how brands can use them to improve results.
Mike G. Rose, chairman and CEO, Ease Commercial Services, John Lick, executive producer, broadcast, Target, Valerie Light, sourcing process leader, broadcast production manager for television and radio, Verizon Communications, and Shelley Landgraf, owner/founder, The Landgraf Consulting Group, outlined principles and process for marketers interested in taking advantage of the potential tax savings offered by states trying to lure the production of commercials to their area of the country.
Ryan Rouse, director of marketing, Sharpie, discussed how the brand was able to unlock the power of self-expression to ignite consumer advocacy through an integrated marketing campaign.
Elliot Lum, vice president, strategic marketing, Columbia Records, discussed how different artists at Columbia Records are leveraging social media to keep their fans engaged throughout the artist development lifecycle.
Perianne Grignon, SVP chief marketing officer, [x+1], and David Skinner, SVP Corporate Development, [x+1] discussed how some of the largest brand marketers are using data management platforms (DMP) to maximize campaign performance and ROI.
Kirsten Evans, senior director, marketing, Walmart Stores, Inc., and Katherine Wintsch, vice president and group planning director, The Martin Agency, and founder, The Mom Complex, discussed the close collaboration between Walmart and The Martin Agency’s "The Mom Complex" as they sought a means to provide moms with a way to save money through better utility.