Watch: MediaCom CEO Willie Pang Talks All Things Bootcamp

Watch: MediaCom CEO Willie Pang Talks All Things Bootcamp
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B&T Bootcamp is less than two weeks away, folks! In honour of this, we thought we’d grab our beloved sponsors for a quick chat about why they’ve chosen to support Bootcamp – and why young people are vital to this industry.

You can grab tickets here while they last!

MediaCom is one of the worlds largest media agency networks, and spans across 100 countries. The Australian CEO is Willie Pang.

The newly-appointed CEO has more than 20 years’ experience at the leading edge of a number of technology specialties, both for major name organisations and start-ups. He has worked in the US, UK, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Pang’s expertise spans IT and technology infrastructure through to cloud computing, marketing automation, big data & analytics and more.

Pang has experienced a meteoric rise through the ranks of MediaCom – and you’ll learn a whole bunch from him at Bootcamp on how to propel your career like his.

Pang told B&T that disruption lives in the minds of the younger generation – which is why events like Bootcamp are so important to nurture young talent. Watch more below:

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