CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Held in Las Vegas every year, it has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for more than 40 years—the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. This year’s event was held from January 6-9.
Nick Cannon is a true multi-hyphenate: America’s Got Talent host, entrepreneur, head of NCredible Entertainment and creator, host and executive producer of MTV’s Wild N Out.
FUTURE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Forecasting the Future of Entrepreneurship with Nick Woodman, Steve Case, Stewart Butterfield
Pandora with Founder Tim Westergren
IoT BUSINESS STRATEGIES
IoT Business Strategies: Partnerships for the Sharing Economy
FACEBOOK AND TARGET
Jeff Jones, CMO, Target and Carolyn Everson, VP, Global Marketing Solutions, Facebook, will discuss how mobile is impacting consumer behavior, and the tools and technologies enabling communication between people and businesses in compelling, measurable, and innovative ways.
Speaker: Jeff Jones, CMO, Target |Carolyn Everson, Facebook, VP, Global Marketing Solutions
AOL, INTEL AND OMNICOM
In a time where advertisers are turning more and more to branded content, join AOL and Omnicom Media Group/The Content Collective as they reveal industry best practices on driving scale and audience engagement through smart branded content.
Spotify discusses the role of creativity and technology through partnerships as well as the innovation of content creation. Speaker: Richard Frankel, Creative Director, Spotify
Data and automation are coming together in unprecedented ways, presenting new opportunities to bring a relevant and customer-centric approach to your marketing. Join Penry Price, VP, Marketing Solutions, LinkedIn and Andy Markowitz, GM, Performance Marketing Labs, GE as they discuss and share real stories about these evolving market capabilities.
Speaker: Andy Markowitz, GM, Performance Marketing Labs, GE | Penry Price, VP, LinkedIn Marketing Solutions, LinkedIn
The Next Big Thing is Typing Dead
Marketing has evolved from Mad Men to Math Women. Hear top CMOs discuss how technology is changing the way we connect with customers. How do we balance creativity and science, and what does it all mean for marketers and agencies?
An Inside Look: Industry Innovators and Government Join Forces
Insights with the FCC and FTC
Programmatic buying has taken people-based marketing by storm and is now poised to disrupt the largest, most coveted screen in the household: the TV. In this Storyteller session, you’ll find out what this new method of buying means for the future of TV.
How will the best marketers use technology to be there and be meaningful at every micro-moment?
Yahoo’s Chief Revenue Officer Lisa Utzschneider leads a Storyteller session discussing where data, content and technology meet, and what it means for today’s marketer. Guests from Subaru Marketing division.
Making Disney Magic: Connecting Digital and Physical Worlds