ADMA unveils its speaker line-up for the Global Forum

ADMA unveils its speaker line-up for the Global Forum
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The Association for data-driven marketing and advertising (ADMA) has announced its speaker line-up for the Global Forum that includes the likes of Facebook, Audi, Huffington Post and Netflix.

“ADMA Global Forum has changed this year to reflect the growing footprint of the marketing, advertising and media landscape,” Jodie Sangster, CEO of ADMA said.

“This is why we now have four conferences under the ADMA Global Forum banner which reflect key aspects of the new data-driven world.”

“Everything is becoming data-driven and we felt that media, creative and data analytics needed their own conferences to explore the latest ideas and trends.

“Gone are the days when we can just benchmark ourselves against our Australian peers. We need to have a broader perspective,” she added.

“For each of these conferences we have secured the world’s foremost innovators in marketing, creative thinking, analytics, innovation and technology. Delegates will learn how these world leaders are engaging customers and delivering ROI.”

As well as the annual marketing and advertising forum, ADMA have also introduced the Creative Fuel, Media Connect and Business Intelligence and Analytics Lab conferences.

Global speakers confirmed for the ADMA Global Marketing and Advertising Forum taking place at Sydney Hilton Hotel 29-30 July include:

  • Bruce Rogers, Chief Insights Officer, Forbes Media (USA)

  • Jordan Fiksenbaum, VP Marketing and Public Relations, Cirque du Soleil (CANADA)

  • Michaela Brockstedt, Executive Creative Director and VP of Marketing, Westfield Group (USA)

  • Cory Surovek, Head of Common Area Design, Westfield Group (USA)

  • Jörg Dietzel, Head of Marketing, Audi (KOREA)

  • Tim Donza, Director Consumer Insights, Netflix (USA)

  • Brian Wilt, Senior Data Scientist, Jawbone (USA)

  • Rohildev Nattukallingal, CEO, Fin (INDIA)

  • Andrew McKeon, Global Customer Marketing Lead, Facebook, Inc. (USA)

  • Bryan Kramer, CEO, PureMatter (USA)

  • Ethelbert Williams, Global Director  Integrated Marketing, Kimberly-Clark Professional (USA)

  • Laston Charriez, SVP Marketing North America, Western Union (USA)

  • Scott Brinker, Author/Editor, chiefmartec.com (USA)

  • Kim Clarke, Chief Marketing Officer, Vodafone Hutchison Australia (AUSTRALIA)

  • Anna Griffin, SVP Global Marketing, CA Technologies (USA)

  • Michael Scott, General Manager Marketing, Virgin Australia (AUSTRALIA)

  • Joseph Jaffe, CEO and Co-Founder, Evol8tion (USA)

  • James Kirkham, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Holler (UK)

  • John Scott, CEO, DrinkWise (AUSTRALIA)

  • Aseem Badhsah, Founder and CEO, Socedo (USA)

  • Alex Burrows, Director of Scientific Marketing and Analytics, Optus (AUSTRALIA)

  • Alex Topaloski, Founder, Proximiti (AUSTRALIA)

  • Andrew Haussegger, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Green Hat (AUSTRALIA)

  • Chris Dickey, SVP Director of Data Strategy, The Martin Agency (USA)

  • George Gallate, CEO, RKG (USA)

  • Gery Pollet, CEO and Founder, ZapFit (USA)

  • Jon Wuebben, Founder and CEO, Content Launch (USA)

  • Jonas Jaanimagi, Head of Media, REA Group (USA)

  • Mark Pollard, VP Brand Strategy, Big Spaceship (USA)

  • Matt Tindale, Director, Marketing Solutions for Australia and New Zealand, LinkedIn Corporation (AUSTRALIA)

  • Michael Weeding, Digital Director, AMP (AUSTRALIA)

  • Milosh Milisavljevic, Partner, McKinsey & Company (AUSTRALIA)

  • Peter Biggs, CEO, Clemenger BBDO Melbourne (AUSTRALIA)

  • Richard Broug, General Manager Global Retail Business, Paspaley Pearls (AUSTRALIA)

  • Tony Davis, Director, Quantium (AUSTRALIA)

  • Uwe Gutschow, VP Digital and Engagement Strategy, Innocean (USA)

  • Christopher Shields, Head of International Banking and Growth Segments, ANZ (AUSTRALIA).

Speakers for the ADMA Media Connect Event, supported by the Media Federation of Australia, on Tuesday 29 July at Sydney Hilton Hotel, are:

  • Jeff Chu, Editor at Large, Fast Company (USA)

  • Bryant Chou, CEO China, VICE Media (CHINA)

  • Bob Garfield, Columnist, Media Post (USA)

  • Helen Kellie, Marketing Director, SBS (AUSTRALIA)

  • Jorge Urrutia del Pozo, VP Operations, The Huffington Post (USA)

  • Shigeyuki Tomomatsu, EVP, Managing Director, MarketShare (JAPAN)

Speakers for the ADMA/IAPA Business Intelligence and Analytics Lab, on Wednesday 30 July for the professional analytics industry, are:

  • Jean-Paul Isson, author and VP Predictive Analytics and BI, Monster Worldwide (CANADA)

  • Minakshi Srivastava, VP, Bank of America (USA)

  • Anthony Smith, Deputy CEO, St John Ambulance Ltd. Western Australia (AUSTRALIA)

  • Greta Roberts, CEO, Talent Analytics (USA)

  • Brian Wilt, Senior Data Scientist, Jawbone (USA)

  • Michael Gassmann, Executive Manager Business Pricing, Suncorp (AUSTRALIA)

  • Dr Pek Lum, VP of Solutions and Chief Data Scientist, Ayasdi (USA)

  • Hurol Inan, Founder and Managing Director, Bienalto Consulting (AUSTRALIA)

  • Emma Giammarco, Marketing Manager, CFS Retail Property Trust Group, Chatswood Chase Sydney (AUSTRALIA)

  • Andrew Lowe, Managing Director, Pointpal Australia (AUSTRALIA).

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