NABOB Invitation – 2022 ANA Media Conference March 2-4

The ANA 2022 Media Conference runs March 2-4 in Orlando and is partnering with NABOB to offer content on the important topic of supporting diverse suppliers as well as matchmaking opportunities to introduce suppliers and buyers to one another.
ANA is the Association of National Advertisers (www.ana.net), the industry’s leading marketing and advertising trade association. The ANA Media Conference will bring together the industry’s marketers, agencies, and media partners. Confirmed speakers include:
  • Mark Pritchard, Chief Brand Officer, Procter & Gamble
  • Heather Stewart, General Director, Global Media and Marketing Services at General Motors
  • Tony Wells, Chief Media Officer, Verizon
  • Nadine Karp McHugh, Managing Director, Global Media at Goldman Sachs
  • Luke Kigel, VP, Walgreens Media at Walgreens
  • Christopher Lawrence, Director, Mass Media at ADT Security Services
  • Kirk McDonald, CEO, GroupM
  • DJ Perera, Director, Media Center of Excellence at Boehringer Ingelheim

You’ll hear the latest on CTV, data, bringing work in-house, measurement, programmatic media transparency, rebundling media and creative, retailer media networks, and the talent crisis in the industry. On the afternoon of Wednesday, March 2 a three-hour programming block will be focused on equity and supplier diversity in media investments. NABOB will have a 30-minute content session during that time featuring Chelsey Maddox-Dorsey, CEO of AURN and A Wonder Media; Charlotte LaNiear, Director of Multicultural Media Investment at P&G; and Charles Cantu, CEO of Reset Digital. There will also be a matchmaking session to introduce buyers (marketers and agencies) to diverse media suppliers.

ANA is offering the special registration rate of $499 to NABOB members for in-person attendance to the entire conference, a dramatic reduction versus the $1,599 nonmember rate. There is also a virtual participation option for just $99. Details and register here with the code DIVERSE

 

 

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