Adam was appointed the director of digital marketing and social media at Campbell Soup Co. in 2012. His strong marketing background and expertise in digital and social media is what helped him obtain this position. He is a regular speaker at industry conferences, and has experience working with interactive agencies, consultancies, and corporations alike. Over the years, he has helped numerous consumer brands establish and expand their digital marketing efforts. Adam was the director of social media at Walgreens before joining Campbell Soup Co. Prior to that, he was SVP of interactive marketing innovation at a communications agency called MARC USA. HeRead More
Christine Cook is Head of Revenue at Flipboard, which is a social magazine for Android, iPad, and iPhone. She heads a team that is helping salespeople generate leads and make sure everyone is aware of the vast potential tablets have. She was once the Chief Revenue Officer of News Corp’s tablet newspaper, The Daily. She was also Senior Vice President of Digital Sales at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and has been an executive at the Financial Times, New York Times Digital, Macfadden Trade Publishing, and Artnet. Her strengths include management of sales teams, revenue generation, and product marketing.
Alison Moore is the General Manager of DailyCandy, which is a daily source of unique, new discoveries involving fashion, food, and fun. Her previous position was as Senior Vice President, Digital Products, at HBO. At that job, she was in charge of the online consumer experience, in addition to content development strategy and operations of HBO’s online products. More specifically, she was instrumental in developing HBO GO. She was awarded a spot on The Hollywood Reporter's 2012 Digital Top 50 List. Her educational background includes a BA in Political Science from the University of Georgia.
Founder and CEO of lettrs API Strategist and Creative @apinomic Former VP API Strategy at Mashery Co-Founder and Board of CloudInsure and CyberFactors salesforce.com and BroadVision alumnus West Point (BS) and Yale (MBA) graduate. Participant with World Economic Forum’s Future of the Internet Expert in data, API’s, new media, and building data driven platforms for previous clients such as American Express, Coca Cola, Home Depot, Primedia, GE Supply, GE Capital, Citigroup, World Economic Forum, ESPN, and Vogue.
Born in Texas, Liu grew up in the suburbs of Boston and went to school in Philadelphia--and now lives in Brooklyn. Came to Wanderfly via the advertising and design industries, doing strategy at both Young & Rubicam and Pearlfisher. Her job is to get Wanderfly into the hands of people who need it. About Wanderfly: Wanderfly answers this basic question: "Where can I go?" We are a personalized recommendation engine that helps you discover new and exciting experiences, based on your budget and interests. We suggest more than 1,200 destinations worldwide, andRead More
Growing up in an Australian ski resort, David couldn’t imagine anything better than touring the world as a ski instructor. Ironically, it was his imagination that took him abroad, not his skis. David launched his career by winning the top Student Honors at the Australian Writers & Art Directors School. At 22, he became a partner and Executive Creative Director of OMON Sydney. Over the next five years, OMON won “Australian Agency of the Year” twice and “Ad of the Year” four times. In 1996, David moved to Singapore to become Executive Creative Director of Saatchi &Read More
Courtesy of BI Pinterest co-founder Ben Silbermann just gave an interview with Hunch founder Chris Dixon at SXSW. As he took the stage, the audience cheered. The soft spoken, thoughtful founder hasn't given many interviews before, but he oozed intelligence; not one word was wasted. Silbermann spoke about his career before Pinterest. Despite slow initial growth, Silbermann told the crowd why he never gave up on the startup. As a child, Silbermann enjoyed collecting things, from insects to stamps. "What you collect says so much about who you are," he mused. Pinterest was built to help people continue their collectionsRead More
From: CNBC Employee Communications (CNBC) Subject: Message from Mark Hoffman Since the relaunch of CNBC.com in 2006, our digital businesses have grown exponentially. CNBC.com has experienced strong traffic growth and is firmly established as one of the top business news destinations online. We have launched many innovative digital products and services including critically acclaimed mobile apps and the subscription service, CNBC PRO. Our digital businesses have matured to a point where we need a Digital General Manager to develop and execute a cohesive digital strategy that willRead More
As Vice President of Global Sales Development, Erin Clift is responsible for revenue expansion and strategy, brand partnerships, agency programs, and industry marketing. She and her team develop creative solutions for brands and evangelize the Spotify platform as an innovative way to connect marketers to their consumers. Erin came to Spotify from AOL, where she was in charge of Branded Experiences and Partnerships. In her role, she oversaw relationships with top talent and production companies including Heidi Klum, Queen Latifah, Jennifer Lopez, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Marlo Thomas, BermanBraun, Vuguru, andRead More
Hank Williams is a technologist and entrepreneur currently serving as CEO of Kloudco, an early stage company developing a new data management platform. Hank has been a regular writer for BusinessInsider, and Hank writes at his own blog, why doeseverythingsuck.com about data storage, the semantic web, system scaling, and intellectual property in the internet era. Before Kloudco, Hank operated Elroy Networks, a development and consulting company focused on Internet media related technologies. From 1998 to 2001, Hank was Founder, Chairman, and CEO of ClickRadio, one of the Internet’s first interactive radio services. AlongRead More