Agenda | Mobile Marketing Association

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

8:00 – 9:00am

Registration & Continental Breakfast


9:00 – 9:10am

Welcome from MMA

9:10 – 9:15am

MMA NA Board Chair Opening Remarks

9:15 – 9:45am

Opening Keynote

CMO
Monster

9:45 – 10:15am

Session 2

How The Estée Lauder Companies Uses Technology to Unlock New Consumer Experiences

The Estée Lauder Companies brings beauty to life by incorporating the latest technologies to design new experiences that capture the imagination of consumers wherever they are. In this session Ophelia Ceradini, Vice President, Digital Technology & Innovation at ELC Online, will share how the company is leveraging technology, such as AI, AR a​nd Voice, to provide consumers with high-touch, personalized skin care solutions and beauty techniques that enhance product discovery and knowledge, as well as drive growth.
VP of Digital Innovation & Technology
Estee Lauder

10:15 – 10:45am

Session 3


10:45am – 10:55am

SMARTIES Business Impact Index Awards


10:55 – 11:25am

Networking Break


11:30am – 12:15pm

Breakout Sessions


12:15 – 1:20pm

Networking Luncheon


1:25 – 1:55pm

Session 4


1:55 – 2:25pm

Session 5

Driving Digital Strategy - A Guide to Reimagining Your Business

Digital technologies are not just threat to existing businesses but they also offer endless opportunities, but it requires re-imagining your business. Using several case studies and his ten-years of research, Sunil Gupta, Edward W. Carter Professor of Business Administration and Chair of the General Management Program at Harvard Business School will demonstrate how the rules of business have changed and why it is no longer enough for firms to be better or cheaper to gain competitive advantage. These new rules make it essential for companies to reexamine four fundamental aspects of their business to thrive in the digital era – their strategy, value chain, customer engagement, and organization structure.

Edward W. Carter Professor of Business Administration and Chair of the General Management Program
Harvard Business School

2:30 – 3:15pm

Breakout Sessions


3:20 – 3:45pm

Networking Break


3:50 – 4:20pm

Session 6

The Future is Female

Did you know that women are the dominant users of the fastest-growing mobile and social platforms, and they make or influence 85% of consumer purchases? Nisha Dua is co-founder at BBG Ventures, an early stage fund focused on consumer internet and mobile startups with at least one female founder. She has built a career and reputation emphasizing the power and impact of women in the tech industry. Nisha will share her unique perspective, discuss trends in the mobile tech space and how women in management positively impacts the bottom line.
Partner, BBG Ventures and Founder
#BUILTBYGIRLS

4:20 – 4:50pm

Session 7

Subway Employs Next Generation Mobile Communication and Commerce

The next generation of mobile communication and commerce is here. Rich Communication Services (RCS), a dynamic and interactive technology that mimics the conversational simplicity of messaging is being used to engage and drive customers to Subway.as part of a holistic omnichannel strategy. Hear Carissa Ganelli, Chief Digital Officer at Subway share the results of its RCS trial and how it is driving advancements in mobile loyalty, SMS, and mobile apps to deliver a personalized ordering experience in seconds – and in clicks.
Chief Digital Officer
Subway

4:50 – 4:55pm

Closing remarks


5:00 – 6:00pm

Networking Reception


Wednesday, March 6, 2019

8:00 – 9:00am

Registration & Continental Breakfast


9:00 – 9:05am

Welcome from MMA

9:05 – 9:35am

Session 1 Keynote


9:35 – 10:05am

Session 2

How Mountain Dew leverages AR and 360-video to engage its Dew Nation

Virtual reality will be an $80 billion market by 2025 and research shows that these formats are more effective than traditional video. PepsiCo’s Mountain Dew leverages AR and 360-video to create a gamified brand experience that drives social engagement, incremental sales and loyalty. In this session, Kate Brady, Director of Media Strategy and Consumer Engagement at PepsiCo will share how it creates content for this medium, leverages the format to optimize its TV spend and achieves results that are several times the industry average.
Director of Media Strategy and Consumer Engagement
PepsiCo North America Beverages

10:05 – 10:45am

Session 3

How Mobile Apps Are Changing the World

Mobile apps have shaped the way we live our daily lives. Today there is an app for everything and while many focus on entertainment or productivity, there are a category of apps whose mission is to tackle bigger social issues. This rapid-fire session features three companies who have developed apps and is using technology to prevent abuse of medication, reduce the waste of donated organs and improve the aging process. Don't miss this inspirational session on how mobile is shaping the future.
Co-Founder and CEO
Pilleve
CEO
OmniLife.ai
Co-Founder
Rendever

10:45 – 11:10am

Networking Break


11:15 – 12:00pm

Breakout sessions


12:05 – 1:05pm

Networking Luncheon


1:10 – 1:25pm

Consumer Trends/Path to Purchase Insights Partner

Optimizing Digital Paths to Purchase

Today’s digital customer journeys are complex, category-specific, and largely hidden, with 70%+ of the activity occurring behind walled gardens. Jumpshot CEO Deren Baker will explore “post-funnel” journey frameworks, detailing what really happens behind walled gardens, and how brands can best compete in the Age of Amazon.
CEO
Jumpshot
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1:25 – 1:55pm

Session 4

How Eight Sleep is leveraging AI and Voice to Give Consumers A Better Night Sleep

Sleep deprivation costs the US economy 400 billion dollars each year. Eight Sleep uses technology to optimize sleep and is dedicated to bringing about the biggest evolution sleep has seen in the last 300 years. In this session, Matteo Franceschetti, founder of Eight Sleep will discuss the lessons learned in their quest to give consumers a better night sleep through advanced sleep tracking, AI-powered coaching, dynamic temperature regulation and smart home integrations, all of which are easily managed from a mobile app.
Co-Founder & CEO
Eight Sleep

1:55 – 2:25pm

Session 5

What Neuroscience Can Teach Us About Advertising in Mobile

How much time does an ad need to stay on a mobile screen in order to be seen? Do consumers process information differently in mobile compared to desktop? Can marketers boost attention and cognition of their advertising by increasing exposure time? The answers to these questions may surprise you. In this session Vas Bakopoulos, Head of Industry Research at MMA, will present new findings from a groundbreaking neuroscience and eye-tracking study that was conducted to address these questions and will discuss its implications in terms of creative and media planning.
Head, Industry Research
Mobile Marketing Association

2:25 – 2:50pm

Networking Break


2:50 – 2:55pm

Passport to Prizes Announcement


2:55 – 3:25pm

Session 6

1-800-Flowers Designs the Ultimate Mobile Commerce Experience

Mobile commerce is the fastest growing sales channel, and consumer expectations are forcing brands to rethink and design mobile shopping experiences that are easy to navigate and personalized. In this session Susan Hui, Director, Innovation & Growth (AI & Emerging Technologies) and Saloni Goyal, Director, Mobile Product at 1-800-Flowers shares how they used mobile technology to create the ultimate e-gifting experience as well as the role mobile plays in driving growth and consumer engagement.
Director, Innovation & Growth
1-800-Flowers.com
Director, Mobile Products
1-800-Flowers.com

3:25 – 3:55pm

Session 7

How GE Reaches Consumers in the Lighting Aisle and Beyond

From in-app content and mobile video to incentivized product engagement and purchase, GE has been able to cement its products on a shopper’s mind from the couch to the commute, from the aisle to the register, with a conversion rate hovering around 15-20%. In this session, Rochelle Hartigan, the Director of Branding and National Advertising at GE, and Adam Sand, CEO of Shopkick will discuss how mobile is used to drive purchase intent in-store, and engage shoppers with immersive experiences that keep them coming back for more.

CEO
Shopkick
Senior Marketing Leader – Branding and Advertising
GE

3:55 – 4:25pm

Session 8


4:25 – 4:30pm

Closing Remarks


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