Context Conference Chicago 2013 Adds Speakers from MasterCard, Capital One, YouTube, Hasbro & More

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

It will be a veritable whos who of Big Brand marketers at Chicagos Context Conference (June 11-13, 2013) as the roster of A-List speakers continues to grow:

Jonathan Mildenhall, VP of Global Advertising Strategy, The Coca-Cola Co.
Michael Donnelly, SVP and Head of Global Digital Marketing, MasterCard
Mike Boush, Head of Digital and VP of E-Business, Discover Financial Services
Dan Vinh, VP of Global Marketing, Renaissance Hotels, Marriott Corp.
Dennis Maloney, VP of Multimedia Marketing, Domino’s Pizza
Michele Edelman, VP, Direct to Consumer Marketing, Warner Bros.
Gagan Kiljia, SVP of Digital Bank Innovation, Capital One
Richard Char, Managing Director, Head of Global Digital Networks and Retail, Citi
Victor Lee, VP, Digital Marketing, Hasbro
Jonathan Stephen, Head of Mobile, JetBlue
Tom Weisend, VP of User Experience at Rue La La
Tim Reis, Head of Mobile & Social Platforms (Americas), Google
Dounia Turrill, SVP of Client Insights, Nielsen
Gian Fulgoni, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder, comScore
Kathryn Freidrich, Head of Video Strategy, Americas, Google & YouTube
Robert Scoble (author and tech blogger/evangelist)
Brian Solis (author, Engage! and The End of Business as Usual)
Elissa Moses, EVP, Neuromarketing and Emotion, IPSOS
Shel Israel (author and writer, Forbes)
Louis Cohen, SVP of Search and Affiliate Marketing, Citi
Joe Pulizzi, Founder, Content Marketing Institute
Dirk Shaw, SVP, Social, Ogilvy
Kyle Barber, SVP, Global Performance Lead, McCann
Jeff Sellinger, Founder and Chief Product Officer, Shopkick
Dave Kaplan, VP, Bravo Media Research, NBCUniversal
Stephen Powers, VP and Research Director at Forrester
Ronald Rogowski, VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester
Neela Sakaria, Executive VP at Latitude
Don Scheibenreif, Research VP at Gartner, Inc.

Theyre meeting to discuss the power of contextual marketing. To satisfy the 21st century omni-channel consumer, savvy marketers are breaking free of device- and channel-centric silos. Topics to be covered include:

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