New Sponsorship Partnerships Redesigning Fan Engagement
New hardware and technology is allowing teams and leagues to generate new revenue sources and drive higher fan engagement. Showing real examples, these panelists will walk us through how groundbreaking new partnerships are changing the sports marketing landscape. MODERATOR: Pete Giorgio, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP SPEAKERS: Carola Jain, Chief Marketing Officer, Spartan Race, Inc. Elizabeth O'Brien, Program Director, WW Sports & Entertainment Partnership Marketing, IBM Neda Tabatabaie, Chief Technology Officer, San Jose Sharks Kerry Tatlock, Head of Marketing Partnerships, NBA
In Advertising, Entertainment & Content
C Space Storyteller: WWE
Every brand has a story, and it’s critical to connect your consumers with whatever that story may be.
C Space Storyteller: Authenticity + Tech, Winning Latinx Engagement
Technology has fundamentally changed consumer experiences, but disproportionately so for the Latinx community. This population thrives on digital advancements—creating behavioral differences in how they communicate, shop & engage with media.
C Space Storyteller: Knotch, IBM and Unilever
The Modern Marketer’s biggest dilemma; Trust. Michelle Peluso, SVP & CMO of IBM and Keith Weed, CMO of Unilever discuss with Anda Gansca, CEO & Founder of Knotch, how new technologies are providing solutions to age old problems.
The Future of Advertising for TV Publishers
As consumers move toward ad-free experiences, advertisers continue to demand more targeting and publishers need to drive value as ratings decline.
The Future of Smart Entertainment: Consumers in Control
With the innovation and ubiquity of devices, content, and connectivity, one thing has become clear, consumers are in control. They now enjoy unparalleled freedom when it comes to selecting media & entertainment options.
C Space Storyteller: P&G
Urbanization. Aging Population. Resource Scarcity. Digital Technology. Change is happening faster than ever before and how brands engage with consumers is being disrupted.