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Neustar will be on site and on stage sharing the latest data-driven best practices to help marketers get a handle on consumer identity so they can effectively engage consumers across channels.

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9/30 at 2:15pm
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Adam Gitlin, Head of Data Strategy, Annalect
Jeff Nimeroff, CIO, Zeta Interactive
Matt Zilli, Senior Director, Segment Marketing, Marketo

 

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Mobilizing Data - 9/30 at 12:30pm

Adam Guy, Vice President of Market Development, Neustar

Joshua Reynolds, Head of Marketing, Quantifind
Andy Fisher, Chief Analytics Officer, Merkle
Andy Hibbler, VP, Brand Partnerships and Advertising, Whitepages
Dr. JT Kostman, Chief Data Officer, Time Inc.
Dave Smith, VP, Monetization and Yeld, Pandora

Making Mobile Addressable - 9/28 at 1:40pm

MMA SM2 Innovation Summit
Presented by Adam Guy, Vice President of Market Development, Neustar

Mano Pilai, Head of Mobile and Cross-Device Products, Neustar

Jennifer Lum, Chief Strategy Officer & Cofounder, Adelphic

 

 

 
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