Join Edelman’s Smita Reddy as she sits down with Kofi Amoo-Gottfried, CMO of DoorDash, for the Season Two premiere live at Advertising Week New York.
Fresh from his session at Advertising Week New York, Howie discusses how he and GLOW work to make the Westminster Dog Show one of social media’s most popular annual events.
For our 200th episode of Great Minds, we’re beyond thrilled to be speaking to Olympic Gold Medalist and World Cup Alpine Skiing legend Lindsey Vonn.
Join Katie as she talks with Jessica Lewis, about her impressive career at leading ad agencies, her new company, the Idealists Lab, how to ask for support in ways that work, recognizing the need for change and finding your life’s purpose.
This week my guest is Visha Kudhail, Director Business Marketing, Pinterest talking to me about speaking out and giving other people a chance to have their voices heard, which is so important in creating open and collaborative cultures.
Katie has made it her mission to talk to extraordinary women from across the business universe for as long as I’ve known her, so I wanted to take some time out and talk about Katie for once.
This week I am talking to Rania Robinson, a female powerhouse, CEO & Partner at Quiet Storm and president of WACL. We cover marginalization on a gender basis, race basis and on a parental basis.
David and Julian discuss how an ad-supported Netflix impacts the broader industry, the creator economy, and how web3 and the metaverse play a role in the globalization of entertainment.
Andy and I discuss the need of brands of all sizes to produce quality content in today’s ever-growing video-centric world, how QuickFrame caters to the diversity needs of those businesses, and QuickFrame’s unique creator marketplace.
Adam and I discuss how AVOD is thriving in our subscription-fatigued world, the excitement around Tubi originals, particularly as we head into the Halloween season, and the upcoming buzz around Tubi providing on-demand access to World Cup.
On this episode of Great Minds, Satoru Wakeshima, Managing Director and Chief Engagement Officer at CBX, and Kara Buckler, Senior Director of Creative & Design at The J.M. Smucker Co., discuss the recent rebranding of Milk-Bone, the popular 100+ year-old dog treat.
Jaz Thompson, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP), NHS, helps Suki this week to deep dive into mental health, the brilliant support offered by the NHS in the UK and how you can learn to protect your own wellbeing.
This week on Great Minds we speak with the multi-talented Ephraim Sykes, original cast member of Hamilton, star of NBC’s live production of Hairspray! and so much more.
On this episode of the AW360 podcast we welcome Noah Greenberg, CEO of Stacker. Stacker is a mission-driven organization empowering publishers by advancing sustainable models for journalism.
Ben discusses how brands and advertisers can navigate cookie deprecation, the rise and importance of the D2C space, and growth of the creator economy.
Analisa charts her career from her time at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, her own agency, Visual Catch, and her newest venture, Catch+Release
The advertising industry produces work that connects millions of people every single day, providing useful information on all aspects of the way we live our lives. We need to harness that power to support positive consumer behaviour change.
In this podcast we talk about being a woman in the workplace. Kathyrn and I discuss some of the stories of sexism we faced when we first started as young women in a tough industry.
Follow behind the scenes as Edelman’s Smita Reddy talks with Klondike’s Tracy Shepard-Rashkin about the ice cream discontinuation that shook the internet, and how the brand decided to respond.
Seb Munden is joined by Anna Abdelnoor (CEO & Co-Founder, isla) and Rachel Aldighieri (Managing Director, DMA UK) to discuss the best ways in which our industry can curb emissions from events.
Warren Jenson returns to Great Minds to discuss work/life balance in a post-COVID industry, the new world of privacy, why creativity still matters, and much, much more.