We are excited to announce Brand2Global’s partners at Vesey Creative – the team behind Brand Quarterly Magazine – have just published their 2016 “Global Marketing” Special Edition, featuring speakers, supporters and advisory board members of the 2016 Brand2Global Conference.
The special edition of the magazine includes expert insight, while previewing the topics and themes that will be a part of this year’s Brand2Global Conference. These valuable insights will help you achieve success in the global marketplace.
Whether you’re a CMO, CDO, CTO, content marketer, responsible for localization, market expansion, or developing the brand experience, you are sure to find something (most likely multiple somethings) that will benefit you and your brand.
Brand2Global Speakers and Advisory Board Members featured in this Issue:
Brand By Numbers: Building Brands With Demand Gen Strategies
– Danielle Lepe
Head of Product Marketing, Advertising Products | Yahoo!
Audience Intelligence Is Key To Storytelling Supremacy
– Michael Brito
SVP, Head of US Digital Marketing | LEWIS Pulse
History Comes Alive: How Intel Makes Amazing Experiences Possible
– Louise Felton
Sr. Director, Brand & Reputation Marketing | Intel Corporation
Theme-Based Marketing: The Art Of B2B Brand Relevance
– Corey Olfert
Content Strategy Director | GE Digital
5 Keys To Making Personalization Actually Work
– Nico van Praag
Partner, Chief Strategy Officer | Kenwood Experiences
Inclusive Marketing: How Lenovo Leveraged Crowdsourcing To Build A Global Gaming Brand
– Ajit Sivadasan
VP & GM | Lenovo
The Benefits Of Niche Marketing For Global Reaching Brands
– Kaaren Whitney-Vernon
CEO | shift2 Inc.
How Cultural Competence Helps Your Bottom Line
– Apoorva Gandhi
Vice President, Multicultural Affairs | Marriott International
How A Tiny London Coffee Company Stole My Heart
– Alex Hunter
Customer Experience Expert (former global Head of Online for the Virgin Group)
Open Mic: Global Success
Paige Williams (Microsoft), Bruno Herrmann (The Nielsen Company), Kathleen Bostick (SDL), and Ben Sargent (Common Sense Advisory).