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Conference Agenda

All sessions listed below are in Pacific Time (PT).
Please note the conference agenda, including speakers, is subject to change.

TIME EVENT DETAILS LOCATION
Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00pm
- 7:00pm
REGISTRATION

GRAND CANYON FOYER (IN-PERSON ONLY)
2:00pm
- 2:05pm

WELCOME REMARKS

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
2:05pm
- 2:40pm

THE CLIENT AND AGENCY COSTS OF PITCHING

We often hear that the cost for an agency to participate in a pitch can be extraordinary and is often justified as “the cost of doing business.” However, there is also a discernable cost to the client-side marketer when they run a pitch. The ANA and the 4A’s, contracting with Advertiser Perceptions, set out to understand the costs for both client and agency when a pitch is held. In this session, the ANA and 4A’s will share the results from their industry survey, what it means for the industry, and key takeaways.

John Bishop
Vice President Business Intelligence Advertiser Perceptions
Matthew Kasindorf
Senior Vice President, Business Intelligence & Insight Group 4A’s
Greg Wright
Vice President, Brand & Media Group ANA
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
2:40pm
- 3:15pm

MARKETING PROCUREMENT’S ROLE IN DRIVING DEI

Marketing procurement often doesn’t realize the huge power they have to change business relationships and make a difference in driving DEI, not only for the company they work for but for the next generation. This session will discuss the three key areas for marketing procurement to change DEI implementation across the entire marketing discipline – the RFP, Masters Services Agreement, and procurement’s role on quarterly business review between the client and agency.

Chris Kenna
CEO and Founder Brand Advance Group
Christine Moore
Managing Partner RAUS Global
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
3:15pm
- 3:35pm
BREAK

GRAND CANYON FOYER (IN-PERSON ONLY)
3:35pm
- 4:10pm

DRIVING MARKETING PROCUREMENT VALUE WITHIN THE CREATIVE PRODUCTION ECO-SYSTEM

Budgets are shrinking and content needs are increasing. In working with agencies and internal business partners one’s role can vary from transactional to strategic. This session will cover the trends in creative production, including an overview of the latest game changers in how content is produced and how to use data in the creative production process. Additionally, we will identify opportunities to drive sustainable transformation and create efficiency in creative production.

Jillian Gibbs
Global CEO & Founder Advertising Production Resources (APR)
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
4:10pm
- 4:45pm

MAKING ADVERTISING MORE SUSTAINABLE

The climate crisis demands urgent, innovative and transformational changes to improve the way businesses deliver more sustainable solutions in the marketplace. Like the clients it serves, the advertising industry plays a vital role in reducing its carbon footprint. Media in particular carries a disproportionate amount of the carbon load. This session will review the importance of taking steps to mitigate the carbon crisis across the media ecosystem.

Martin Bryan
Global Chief Sustainability Officer UM
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
4:45pm
- 4:50pm
CLOSING REMARKS

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
5:30pm
- 6:30pm
WELCOME RECEPTION  

Dinner is on your own

SUNSET LAWN (IN-PERSON ONLY)
Monday, May 1, 2023
7:30am
- 8:30am
BREAKFAST  

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
8:30am
- 8:35am

WELCOME REMARKS BY DECIDEWARE

Edward McFadden
Chief Growth Officer Decideware, Inc.
8:35am
- 9:00am

OPENING REMARKS

Bob Liodice
CEO ANA
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
9:00am
- 9:10am

HOST WELCOME REMARKS

Simona Rabsatt Butler
Senior Director Global Sourcing Visa
Katherine Freeley
Global Head Media and Digital Procurement Novartis
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
9:10am
- 9:45am

CMO KEYNOTE – DRIVING SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

Heather Malenshek believes the role of marketing and brands is to drive sustainable growth. Over the course of her extremely successful career her deep, diverse, and rich experience in defining and implementing best practices has generated critical emotional connections with well-known brands and products. She has been recognized by Forbes as one of the world’s most influential CMOs. Born and raised in Scotland, her Twitter handle is @harleygirl122. This CMO keynote should be great!

Heather Malenshek
SVP & Chief Marketing Officer Land O’Lakes, Inc.
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
9:45am
- 10:20am

PERSPECTIVE FROM THE CHAIR OF THE 4A’S

The 4A’s champions the power of creativity and value agencies bring in driving business growth and cultural change. Sharon Napier is in the first year of her two-year term as 4A’s Chair. Honored by Ad Age as one of the 100 Most Influential Women in Advertising, Sharon has earned her reputation as a trusted voice in our constantly changing industry. In this session, Sharon will discuss her mandate as 4A’s chair, the challenges and opportunities facing the industry, and how agencies and marketers can work more productively together.

Sharon Napier
Executive Chair and Founder, Partners + Napier Chair, 4A’s
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
10:20am
- 10:45am
BREAK  

GRAND CANYON FOYER (IN-PERSON ONLY)
10:45am
- 11:20am

VERIZON’S AGENCY COMPENSATION APPROACH

After a 25+ year career working on the agency side, Denis Budniewski joined Verizon in 2019. There he leads agency strategy, investment, ecosystem modeling, talent and performance management, identifying best-in-class partners and the diversity strategy globally for all Verizon business units, Denis manages the strategic engagement and relationships with Verizon’s world class agency partners and is responsible for over $1 billion in agency fee, production and media investment. In this session, Denis will discuss Verizon’s agency compensation approach.

Denis Budniewski
Executive Director of Marketing Investment and Transformation Verizon
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
11:20am
- 11:55am

RETAIL MEDIA: THE $100 BILLION OPPORTUNITY

2023 will be a pivotal year for retail media. Large retailers are already racing toward a $100 billion high-margin annual revenue prize in retail media, with a growing host of retailers launching and scaling these offerings to catalyze e-commerce profitability. Meanwhile, RMNs have evolved, moving from simple search result tags to diversified ad types, placements, personalization and more. For brands, retail media serves as a gold-mine of authenticated first-party data, with demographic information and detailed buyer behaviors coming into focus. This session will examine the latest and upcoming innovations in RMNs, touching on topics including navigating a fragmented retail media landscape, challenges for brands, and choosing partners and solutions that will most help brands achieve their goals.

Lauren Wiener
Managing Director and Partner Boston Consulting Group
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
11:55am
- 12:30pm

WHAT’S THE OUTCOME? EMBEDDING MARKETING PROCUREMENT INTO IDENTITY & CX LED GROWTH

Experience Transformation is an investment in the long-term health of a company, future-proofing both its ability to deliver 1:1 experiences for customers as well as evolving the capabilities needed by the business. The future of procurement and its ability to provide value will be dependent on understanding the differences between what is good, what is great, and what is simply critical in terms of technology, identity, strategy and insights on audience functions. Being embedded in the domains it serves, marketing procurement can gain a true understanding of how the business is being served by the partners it selects and can develop deal structures based on increased performance delivery and shared accountability.

Matt Naeger
Chief Strategy Officer, CMO Merkle
Matthew Seeley
Global Marketing Tech & Data Management Lead Merkle
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
12:30pm
- 1:40pm
LUNCH

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
1:40pm
- 2:15pm

ECONOMIC KEYNOTE

Kenneth Kim is a Senior Economist at KPMG LLP where he brings his insight and knowledge to help clients and KPMG leadership assess the constantly evolving economic environment. Ken speaks regularly with CEOs, CFOs, corporate board directors, and business leaders from numerous industry sectors. His areas of expertise are U.S. and global macroeconomics, banking and capital markets, insurance, Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A), private equity and real estate, consumer and retail. He publishes monthly reports on retail sales and durable goods orders data. Kenneth will share his thoughts on the current economic climate and future outlook as well as implications for business.

Kenneth Kim
Senior Economist KPMG
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
2:15pm
- 2:50pm

BILLION DOLLAR ROUNDTABLE

The Billion Dollar Roundtable was created in 2001 to recognize and celebrate corporations that achieve annual spending of at least $1 billion with minority and woman-owned suppliers. The BDR promotes and shares best practices in supply chain diversity excellence and encourages corporate entities to continue growing their supplier diversity programs by increasing commitment and spending levels each year. Many ANA member client-side companies are members of the Billion Dollar Roundtable. This session will provide the BDR perspective on supplier diversity.

Sharon Patterson
President and CEO Billion Dollar Roundtable
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
2:50pm
- 3:10pm
BREAK  

GRAND CANYON FOYER (IN-PERSON ONLY)
3:10pm
- 3:45pm

THE RISE OF PRINCIPAL MEDIA BUYING AND OTHER NON-TRANSPARENT SERVICES

Agency principal buying of media is on the rise. It goes by names including proprietary media, value-based solutions, inventory media, and opt-in services. These are almost always positioned as cost saving opportunities. While there can be benefits, there are also significant watchouts. Audit rights are limited. And since the agency is not working as an agent, they are no longer putting the best interests of the marketer first. This session from ANA’s outside legal counsel will provide an overview of agency principal media buying and other non-transparent services as well as best practices for governance to help clients manage them.

Keri Bruce
Partner Reed Smith
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
3:45pm
- 4:20pm

THE EVOLUTION OF PROCUREMENT’S PARTNERSHIPS

Marketing procurement has important partnerships with both its internal marketing stakeholders and external agencies. To optimize those partnerships, the skill set of successful procurement teams has been evolving. Today, relationship management, inspiring teams, and value creation are more important than ever. Those procurement executives who don’t recognize the need for such softer skills when working in marketing, will fail. In her role at Google, Paula is responsible for the management of over $40 billion in spending with success in her role measured by P&L savings, cash generation, and the management of strategic partnerships.

Paula Glickenhaus
Global Head Category Management, Strategic Sourcing Google
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
4:20pm
- 4:25pm
GENERAL SESSION CLOSING REMARKS

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
4:30pm
- 5:00pm

NEW MEDIA AGENCY CONTRACT

One of the most important outputs following ANA’s work on media transparency in 2016 was the development of a new media agency contract template (developed by Reed Smith and adapted from work done by ANA’s sister trade association in the U.K., ISBA). A key finding in that transparency work was that many marketers had poor and outdated contracts with their media agencies and the new media agency contract was designed to level the playing field. The contract was updated in 2018 and since then, the media buying landscape and scope of agency services has continued to evolve. As a result, the contract has now been updated again in 2023. The focus has been on simplifying and improving the template and modifying it to meet the evolving needs of U.S. and global advertisers and the overall marketplace. There are updates in key areas including audit rights, inventory media and other non-transparent services, as well as reporting and access to data.

(Open to client-side marketers only)

Keri Bruce
Partner Reed Smith
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
5:00pm
- 5:05pm
CLOSING REMARKS

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
6:00pm
- 7:00pm
RECEPTION  

SUNSET LAWN (IN-PERSON ONLY)
7:00pm
- 8:30pm
DINNER

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
Tuesday, May 2, 2023
7:30am
- 8:30am
BREAKFAST

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
8:30am
- 8:40am

HOST WELCOME REMARKS

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
8:40am
- 9:15am

MARK PENN – CHAIRMAN AND CEO, STAGWELL

Mark Penn is the Chairman and CEO of Stagwell (NASDAQ: STGW), the challenger network built to transform marketing. Stagwell is a digital-first marketing company that delivers scaled creative performance for the world’s most ambitious brands, connecting culture-moving creativity with leading-edge technology. Agencies in the Stagwell network include 72andSunny, Anomaly, Colle McVoy, Crispin Porter Bogusky, Gale, and Doner. According to equity analyst Laura Martin of Needham & Company:

  • “We argue that STGW is a holistic, technology-first, enterprise services company owing to its combination of ad agency creative skills, such as IPG and Omnicom, and information technology skills, such as Accenture and Deloitte consulting. STGW differentiates itself in the marketplace through its integration of technology and data with creative ad solutions to drive sales upside for its clients. We are most excited about STGW's customized engineering solutions, which focus on performance-based outcomes that drive identifiable rev growth. In fact, STGW is increasingly willing to earn its fee based on the rev lift it creates for its clients, rather than based on time and materials, a fixed fee, or a monthly retainer. A key data point suggesting STGW’s technology services are best-in-class is that AAPL, AMZN, GOOGL, and MSFT will be four of STGW's six largest clients in 2022.”

Mark is bullish on AI, especially for verbal content and says that other key growth areas for the company are its marketing cloud (a suite of software and data solutions built for in-house marketers) and media studio (which will a direct competitor of the Trade Desk). Mark is also the “father of modern polling” and a “maker of world leaders” serving as a strategist and presidential pollster to President Clinton and advisor to world leaders including Hillary Clinton and Tony Blair.

Mark Penn
President and Managing Partner The Stagwell Group
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
9:15am
- 9:50am

THE WALL STREET PERSPECTIVE

Brian Nowak is an analyst for Morgan Stanley who covers dozens of stocks in the technology and digital advertising sector. Those include Amazon, Google, Meta and more. In this session, Brian will provide his insights on the industry and outlook for the future. 

Brian Nowak, CFA
Managing Director Morgan Stanley
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
9:50am
- 10:25am

HP AGENCY SUPPLIER DIVERSITY SOURCING JOURNEY – A MARKETING AND PROCUREMENT PARTNERSHIP

Hewlett-Packard was one of the original supporters of the U.S government’s Supplier Diversity efforts which started in 1968. That same determination for equal opportunity exists today and is central to HP’s 2030 vision of becoming the world’s most sustainable and just technology company. Embracing diversity to fuel innovation, in 2020, HP created the Racial Equality & Social Justice Task Force, a board directed initiative to drive measurable, sustainable impact in racial equality and social justice through its people, industry and government focused activity. This includes an aggressive effort to recruit and retain Black/African American suppliers to HP. Tara J. Agen, Global Head and VP, Marketing Effectiveness, Operations, MarTech at HP, will explain how this company-wide mission extends to Marketing supplier diversity, the internal and external DEI factors considered when identifying new Agency suppliers, and how this effort has succeeded thanks to a strong partnership with Global Indirect Procurement, Finance/CFO as well as CEO and executive leadership team accountability to the HP Board of Directors. 

Tara Agen
Global Head and VP, Marketing Effectiveness, Strategic Planning, Operations HP
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
10:25am
- 10:45am
BREAK  

GRAND CANYON FOYER (IN-PERSON ONLY)
10:45am
- 11:20am

THE WIN/WIN/WIN OF MEDIA PROCUREMENT

The craft of media procurement is growing and is more important than ever given that media is the largest marketing investment for many companies. In the “old days” procurement was about cutting costs, and particularly agency fees. Now, the role of media procurement is to optimize the media investment to the benefit of the client marketing team, the agency, and procurement – a true triple win.

Katherine Freeley
Global Head Media and Digital Procurement Novartis
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
11:20am
- 11:55am

4A’S/ANA ALTERNATIVE COMPENSATION MODEL TASK FORCE

Over the past decade, the industry has undergone a significant transformation, and yet compensation models with agencies have remained relatively unchanged. To meet the needs of a changing industry, modernizing agency models is paramount and will require investment in new capabilities and technology, and top talent to meet the increasingly complex needs of marketers – which means compensation models also need to evolve. Hear from members of the 4A's/ANA Alternative Compensation Model Task Force about work to expand the industry’s understanding, evaluation and implementation of alternative compensation models that focus on better outcomes for both brands and their agencies.

Michael Asaro
SVP, Director, Commercial Operations WPP
Denis Budniewski
Executive Director of Marketing Investment and Transformation Verizon
Amol Chopra
AVP, Strategic Sourcing Travelers
Richard Tan
CFO/COO FIG
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
11:55am
- 1:10pm
LUNCH  

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
1:10pm
- 1:45pm

HARNASSING FILM TECHNOLOGY TO MAKE VIRTUAL PRODUCTION AT SCALE

Reckitt completely revolutionized their content production system building a whole new eco-system and adopting groundbreaking production techniques. Reckitt will share how they built a virtual studio In Poland enabling multiple brands to shoot multiple commercials in the same place at the same time. On a Hollywood scale, this production model has allowed Reckitt to meet several major marketing challenges in one swoop – the need for more assets, the need for greater creativity, and the need to lower budgets. This is also a story of how 2,500 marketers worldwide and two global agency networks worked together to create a step change in producing content.

Andrea Bottke
Global Production and Marketing Efficiency Director Reckitt
Steffen Gentis
Global Production Director MCA/Reckitt
Pat Murphy
Founder MCA
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
1:45pm
- 2:20pm

ESTABLISHING VALUABLE RELATIONSHIPS FOR BOTH CLIENT AND AGENCY

Hear from two of the leaders at Wieden+Kennedy as they share their perspectives on the industry’s major topics. Join Neal Arthur and Karl Lieberman as they explore how to build positive client-agency relationships, drive great creative, and ensure both client and agency find value in the relationship. 

Neal Arthur
Chief Executive Officer Wieden+Kennedy
Karl Lieberman
Chief Creative Officer Wieden+Kennedy
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
2:20pm
- 2:40pm
BREAK  

GRAND CANYON FOYER (IN-PERSON ONLY)
2:40pm
- 3:15pm

BALANCING EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS – HOW HALEON IS PROTECTING MEDIA VALUE AND DRIVING GROWTH

Advertisers are facing renewed pressure to lean further into a focus on media efficiency and cost reduction due to budget cuts and pull backs. There are no winners in a ‘race to the bottom’ and the only way to stay ahead is to maximize effectiveness. Haleon, the world’s largest consumer healthcare company, will share how they worked with internal stakeholders and their external partners at MediaSense to develop a model that intelligently and responsibly protects media efficiency while concurrently enabling business growth through the prioritization of media effectiveness. They will also discuss how this new approach has helped to incentivize the right behaviors with their agencies and provide initial results of the program.    

Dan Brown
Director & Digital Analytics Practice Lead MediaSense
Simon Peel
Vice President, Global Media Haleon
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
3:15pm
- 3:50pm

THE WAY FORWARD: THE JOURNEY FROM TACTICAL TO LEADING MARKETING PROCUREMENT ORGANIZATION

Exploring the findings from the WFA Sourcing Board’s recent initiative, ‘Our Journey Forward’, this panel will discuss how to sustain effective marketing procurement, with a focus on performance, people, and partners. The panelists will take the audience through their journey of marketing sourcing maturity.

Jen McLachlan
Vice President, Brand Building Purchases Proctor & Gamble
Jose Gonzalo Bisquerra Mora
VP Procurement for Americas and Global Marketing, Sales and Tech Haleon
Sherry Ulsh
Director, Indirect Procurement The Hershey Company
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
3:50pm
- 4:25pm

CHEAP IS GOOD, BUT GOOD IS BETTER!

Can procurement be the guardians of better value and quality for the brands we serve? Yes! The influence of procurement continues to evolve, now increasingly seen as a vital partner to effective marketing success. In this fast-paced session, Tom Denford will reframe a vision for marketing procurement, with some practical tips for better questions we can start asking tomorrow.

Tom Denford
Co-Founder & CEO ID Comms
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
4:25pm
- 4:30pm
CLOSING REMARKS

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
5:00pm
- 6:00pm
RECEPTION  

Dinner is on your own

SUNSET LAWN (IN-PERSON ONLY)
Wednesday, May 3, 2023
7:30am
- 8:30am
BREAKFAST

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (IN-PERSON ONLY)
8:30am
- 8:35am

HOST WELCOME REMARKS

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
8:35am
- 9:10am

WHAT ARE YOU WORKING FOR? FINDING SUCCESS AND FULFILLMENT IN MARKETING PROCUREMENT

The ANA report, “Procurement 2022: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” demonstrates that marketing procurement has made minimal progress in its relationships with marketing and agencies, and the unsavory stereotype of procurement persists. But how do you break down this entrenched view, while also meeting your procurement-centric goals and objectives?  This session will share how embracing a servant leadership philosophy accomplishes both, while providing a deep sense of fulfillment in a job well done by leaving a lasting legacy with those you serve. Specific methods, actions, and mindsets that are core to the servant leadership philosophy will be discussed that result in significant authority and influence, and move the needle on relationships with both agencies and stakeholders. Implemented properly, agencies will view you as a trusted partner, and your stakeholders will consider you a core member of their team that they couldn’t possibly do without.

Kevin McCollum
Manager, Indirect Procurement The Hershey Company
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
9:10am
- 9:45am

PROCUREMENT’S TRANSFORMATION OF EXPERIENTIAL MARKETING

Pete Melanson is a 20+ year veteran of Intel and currently leads sourcing for all marketing – including media, creative, social, retail, and experiential. Recently, Pete and his team helped transform experiential marketing at Intel, working with internal stakeholders as well as outside venues (both big and more intimate), and other partners. What was previously extremely segmented has now been centralized. The roster of external agencies has been dramatically consolidated. While the pandemic brought its own set of challenges, it has also produced great learning about virtual events and Intel has created new virtual platforms as a result, and today many events are hybrid (in-person and virtual). This session will provide a case study of Intel’s transformation of experiential marketing. 

Peter Melanson
Director Marketing Strategic Sourcing Intel Corporation
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
9:45am
- 10:00am
BREAK

GRAND CANYON FOYER (IN-PERSON ONLY)
10:00am
- 10:35am

TARGET & COLLE MCVOY: ANA/4A’s CLIENT-AGENCY RELATIONSHIP DISCUSSION

Building off the work from the 4A’s/ANA Agency Search Simplification Report, the ANA and 4A’s will moderate a discussion between Target and Colle McVoy to dive into where there is room for improvement in the search process. This discussion will also explore key tenets to the client-agency relationship and identify best practices in agency relationship management.  Representatives from the ANA and 4A’s will be joined by representatives from Target and Colle McVoy who will explore areas of the search process where there is room for improvement.

Gina Gray
EVP Business Development Colle McVoy
Matthew Kasindorf
Senior Vice President, Business Intelligence and Insight Group 4A’s
Melissa Lewis
Director Strategic Partnerships Target
Greg Wright
Vice President, Brand & Media Group ANA
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
10:35am
- 11:10am

MONETIZING THE METAVERSE THROUGH STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

The hype cycle surrounding the Metaverse may have finally leveled out, but the marketing opportunities for Web3, gaming, AI, and other next gen technologies are still plentiful. Learn from best-in-class brands – and their new strategic partners – who are pushing the boundaries of digital marketing to deliver consumer value and drive revenue.

Jason Velliquette
Executive Vice President Digital R3
GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)
11:10am
- 11:15am
CLOSING REMARKS

GRAND CANYON BALLROOM (HYBRID)

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