The Virtual Conference for Digital Media & Revenue Ops Leaders
August 25-26, 2020
The renowned Publisher-focused live event is now at your fingertips: Sessions that solve your challenges, peers that speak your language.
OPEN TO PUBLISHERS, BRANDS AND AGENCIES ONLY
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As Executive Creative Director, Experience Design at VMLY&R, Walter Geer is responsible for creating innovative design solutions within the health practice, and synergizing brand and customer experiences across a broader range of clients like Dell Technologies, Campbell Snacks, Pfizer, Walgreens and New Balance.
Walter was honored in Adweek’s ‘50 Most Important People in Marketing, Media and Tech’ and Savoy Magazine recognized Walter in their ‘Most Influential Black Executives in Corporate America’. He is not only known for re-inventing and revitalizing the way brands and advertisers connect with consumers, but also for being a passionate and vocal advocate. As the co-founder of Diverse Creatives, he has been outspoken in the charge for creating a diverse and inclusive culture for Black and brown creatives in advertising.
A veteran of the digital advertising space, Walter holds a total of six U.S. patents for digital ad formats and has implemented creative products and strategies for a variety of publishers and leading technology and media companies including Google, Viacom, NYTimes and MySpace. One of his most famous inventions was Skippable Pre-Roll (5,4,3,2,1 Skip video ad format). Walter has been an architect of market-first usability labs, applying biometric research to the development of creative executions while minimizing risk by understanding how consumer emotions and demographics impact brand engagement.
Prior to VMLY&R, Walter was SVP, Group Creative Director at TBWA\Worldhealth, where he ran Digital, Innovation and creative production.
Christine joined Tripadvisor in a newly created role in April 2019 to lead the company’s global media strategy and operations, and to better leverage the company’s international consumer demand and to drive revenue through new digital advertising solutions.
In a short period, she has already transformed the company’s approach to building value-added media solutions and data-driven advertising, helping advertisers of different verticals reach the high-value travel and dining consumer on a platform with more than 460 million monthly users.
Before joining Tripadvisor, Christine was leading the business strategy and operations at Condé Nast over the past four years. From her experience, she has brought a wide range of knowledge across channels such as programmatic, social and branded content.
To keep the event free of cost to all publishers, brands and agencies, the event is sponsored by a group of savvy technology providers in the advertising industry.
By attending this event for free, AdMonsters asks each attendee to make themself available for 1-4 networking appointments with technology companies you are interested in, and who might be interested in meeting you.
Each appointment lasts 15-30 minutes, and will be pre-scheduled. Appointments can take place any time in the 4 business days after the virtual event.
Appointments will take place on video conference. Meetings will be facilitated by AdMonsters, but specific meeting times will be chosen by YOU. Once you select your time, the appointment is firm!
Every attendee will be asked to fill out a pre-event survey. You can identify either the technologies that most interest, specific companies that interest you, or both. Sponsors also have the chance to identify the attendees/attending companies that interest them.
AdMonsters makes the matches, sets the schedule, and keeps track of how many meetings have taken place.
For every appointment you take (up to 4), you earn a reward of a $25 Amazon gift card, up to $100. All while learning about companies that can help make your life easier. Pretty sweet deal, eh?
Note: you must be selected by a sponsoring company in order to be matched. Attendees will be eligible for the Amazon gift cards if selected/matched. Gift cards are distributed electronically after meetings have occurred.