Kayla's mobile advertising agency has won more awards than fit on her mantle, but she'll never brag about it. Instead, she'll share all their secrets. She's cool like that.
sunday, october 18
Do Well and Do Good
How do we find meaning in marketing? Is it possible to do more in this industry than help companies sell stuff? Sure is. Rachel Nevers of Fortunate Consulting will explain how marketers can use our insights and knowledge about the customer to influence and improve the bigger business strategy.
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Our Keynote Speakers
Founder, Mobili-T Media
Kayla Witz founded Mobili-T Media in late 2012 at the height of the mobile advertising boom. In just 3 years, the agency has emerged as the premier provider of unique mobile ad solutions and has won more creative awards than any agency in North America.
Data Designer, Mobili-T Media
John Taff has studied the art of complex data design for more than a decade. Data Designer at Mobili-T Media, Saft works with the company's roster of Fortune 500 brands to make data more beautiful, relatable, and accessible across every screen.
CSO, Fortunate Consulting
Raquel Evers leads sustainability initiatives at Fortunate Consulting, an agency founded on helping companies make good money while doing good things. She primarily focuses on inventing custom business models for companies who want a higher purpose without sacrificing profit.
You’ll also hear from:
Head of Content, Jackalope Communications
Creative Strategist, Concentrate
ECO, The NonProfit Collective
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