Brad Feinberg, media manager, portfolio brands, MillerCoors, presented Miller High Life’s recent “Official Beer of You” campaign which utilized an innovative, fully integrated, 360-degree approach and employed the use of mass media to connect with fans of the brand.
Jessica Robinson, associate director of Consumer and Customer Engagement for Kraft Foods, and Sarah Hofstetter, senior vice president of Emerging Media and Brand Strategy at digital agency 360i, shared how Oreo uses digital and social media to bring the brand essence to life online.
Sherri Maxson, director interactive, U.S. Cellular Corporation, and Bob Skwarek, brand manager, U.S. Cellular Corporation, shared a case study on how the brand built its social team using employee volunteers.
In order to boost slumping oatmeal sales, Quaker Oatmeal launched the “Awaken Your Senses” challenge on YouTube and the Google Content Network as a 15 week branded entertainment experience featuring new oatmeal creations from 12 of the web’s top food bloggers.
Lisa Leet, account director, imc², discussed how RadioShack used social media to change the image of their brand and drive growth.
Jeff Cloud, director, customer relationship and mobile marketing, General Growth Properties, and Jennifer Piggott, director, national sales, business development, General Growth Properties, discussed how General Growth Properties has incorporated mobile into its marketing mix.
Liz Bigham, SVP and director of marketing, Jack Morton Worldwide, and Steve Jarvis, vice president, marketing, small & midsize business, Concur Technologies, Inc., highlighted event marketing and the owned media opportunity in three case studies from Hyundai Sonata, Concur Breeze, and Samsung 3D LED TV.
Ricki Fairley-Brown, CMO, Images Group USA, shared some thought-provoking statistics on the Millennial generation and multicultural millennials in particular, while Sean Sheelan, brand manager, Hillshire Farm, presented a case study that was targeted at multicultural Millennial moms.
Vat Tann, director of integrated marketing, MTV, and Michael Fernandez, founder, Factory 360, presented their experiences with a unique and successful partnership between the American Red Cross, and mtvU / Lionsgate to promote the SAW horror film releases via blood drives on large college campuses.
Traci Kondo, media manager, Mattel, Inc. shared a case study on the Barbie Channel and discussed Mattel, Inc.'s experiences using interactive television.
Tim Mickelborough, global head of branding and advertising, Thomson Reuters, and Matt Jones, senior vice president, strategy and creative, Jack Morton Worldwide, discussed the launch of Eikon using an innovative, bold, and highly experiential campaign that had never before been seen in the financial market.
Matt Jones, senior vice president, strategy and creative, Jack Morton Worldwide discussed how Concur Technologies, Inc., launched its Concur Breeze expense tracking software to small businesses by successfully building a broader brand story with product trial at its heart.
John Keller, senior manager, marketing and advertising, Deloitte, highlighted how the company developed the "Green Dot" campaign using interruptive advertising to refresh their visual brand identity in the marketplace, and the "Green Dot Challenge" as an internal brand engagement strategy.
Ann Rubin, vice president, brand expression, global advertising, IBM Corporation, discussed how IBM has continued to evolve their "smarter planet" platform since its launch in 2008.
Kate Short, sales and marketing strategic sourcing, media, Intel, shared the company's progress in the development and deployment of a new value based agency compensation model.
Beth Lubov Butrymowicz, global media manager, Intel Corporation, discussed how Intel became one of the leaders in the mobile marketing space through its award-nominated "Work Smarter" mobile campaign.
Chris Bigda, media and interactive manager, The Coca-Cola Company, and John Ohara, associate digital director, MediaVest, discussed how Sprite is connecting with their consumers and NBA fans through targeted mobile marketing programs.
Scott Keogh, chief marketing officer, Audi of America Inc., and Paul Venables, founder and creative director, Venables Bell & Partners, discussed how Audi has reinvented itself in the U.S. over the past four years.
Sarah Robb O'Hagan, chief marketing officer, Gatorade, PepsiCo Inc., and Stanley Hainsworth, chairman and chief creative officer, Tether, discussed Gatorade's recent creative transformation.
James G. Moorhead, North America Marketing, Brand Manager Old Spice, The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G), highlighted how Old Spice used social media and the digital environment to engage with consumers on a deeper level, ultimately regaining a strong relevancy with young men and garnering one of the greatest successes for the brand yet.