Before founding Tru Optik, Andre served as a Vice President of Investments at JP Morgan Chase and also led the Media and Entertainment division at a boutique investment bank in New York City.
Brian Wieser is senior analyst at Pivotal Research, where he covers advertising-related securities including media owners, agencies, data and marketing technology companies. As an analyst, he has received awards from Institutional Investor and Reuters. Brian is also a CFA charterholder. Brett Wilson is VP, Adobe Advertising Cloud. Brett began his career at Accenture, where he led system implementations for Fortune 100 clients.
He secured his MBA at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, where he and co-founder John Hughes won the UC Berkeley Business Plan Competition in 2007.
A frequent speaker at industry conferences, Brett has been featured in Advertising Age, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Linda Yaccarino is Chairman, Advertising Sales and Client Partnerships, NBCUniversal. She reports to Steve Burke, Chief Executive Officer, NBCUniversal.
Since joining the company in 2011, Yaccarino has transformed NBCUniversal Advertising Sales. Prior to joining NBCUniversal, Yaccarino served as Executive Vice President and COO of Turner Entertainment Advertising Sales and Marketing and Acquisitions. Yaccarino sits on the boards of ascena retail group, Inc. Mark brings over 20 years of digital marketing leadership to his role as CEO of Telaria, Inc. In March of 2015, Mark successfully led the sale of eXelate to the Nielsen Company, the global leader in measurement and analytics, where he became an EVP, launching and leading the Nielsen Marketing Cloud.
Mark has been at the forefront of digital disruption since 1997 when he joined Modem Media Poppe Tyson, a pioneering digital ad agency and birthplace of the first banner ad. John Ebbert is publisher of AdExchanger, an online trade publication he began in 2008. AdExchanger is devoted to the emerging trends in data-driven digital advertising and marketing and enables the exchange of ideas between all members of the ecosystem.
James joined AdExchanger in March, 2015, after a recent stint in communications for advertising technology companies. He spent two years in TV production, working for the NFL and then for the PBS NewsHour, where he covered the 2012 election and foreign affairs.
At AdExchanger, he covers the ecommerce landscape, as well as innovations in digital marketing. Tilde Herrera is the opinions editor at AdExchanger, where she oversees the publication of all op-ed columns, including Data-Driven Thinking and Sell Sider.We were impressed by the cleanliness of the country, which shows pride in your environment.
Ever person we met and spoke with, were so helpful and not only interested in talking proudly of their home, but took interest in us as well. Thank you for making our holiday very memorable. Brian, United States South and West in Detail, August 2016 We had an amazing experience from start to finish. We worked with three travel advisors, and received great responses and support from each. We planned our trip rather quickly (booked late July and traveled late August) but the team was able to put together a great experience and a great intro to Iceland.
From the car, to the hotel selections, to the activities, we got a wonderful introduction to Iceland and cannot wait for a return trip.
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I liked your flexibility in making modifications to existing tours, your willingness to reserve a car and your knowledge of local train and bus schedules. Amanda, United States The Natural Wonders of Iceland, July 2016 Our tour guides we awesome. The lady that did our city tour was well informed and kept the kids entertained. After that tour, I was looking for street art whenever we walked somewhere. Our tour guide that we had for the golden city tour was well versed and loved her job.
Throughout the whole experience, I never had a bad customer service experience and welcomed by all. We were a bit bummed that it snowed the second day, but that only last a little bit. Since moving to the UK the kids haven't seen snow, so it was fun to have a snowball fight.If team score is zero then bets void. Tournament Match-UpsAs above but bets void in the event of a tie.
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The books and maps we received help us plan each day and the inss and hostels they picked for us were comfy and perfect. I am an organizer so getting the information sent to us first was great. I had the tour planned but of course when we got there - there were many things to see. The phone they gave us was a big help with dinner reservations. More than enough mins. When we first arrived we stopped by the office and they went over the map with us and asked us what we wanted to see and then pointed out great items all over the country to stop.
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We were extremely pleased with our overall experience and at how well everything went. Nordic Visitor planned a wonderful vacation for us that exceeded all of our expectations.We at Nilpeter are bracing ourselves for intensified globalization in 2017 and onwards. The world has become a village. So what does globalization mean to the label industry. With digital print emerging as a major trend in the packaging arena, HP proved it was in front of the curve, with a complete packaging line-up and with the unveiling of a new post-print solution and strategic collaboration with packaging giant Smurfit Kappa.
Alongside this, we have seen an impressive uptake of our existing solutions, with the HP Indigo 20000 and 30000 achieving double-digit sales at drupa and surpassing 100 installations across the globe. As we continue to demonstrate to brand owners and packaging converters how digital printing is adding value, creating new possibilities and transforming the packaging industry, we are confident that we will see continued growth moving into 2017 and beyond.
Our new colleagues within Flint Group are all eager to discover the digital concept, which has blown a lot more wind into the sails to expand on a global scale (US, Latin America, Asia-Pacific) and serve our customers in a better way. Converters around the world still scratch their head at how digital printing workflows can contribute to their business and make them future-proof. Not having the need to convince them about one thing but being able to serve them on a broader scale of products does give them a lot of trust in our advice.
And this is becoming more valuable as many suppliers start turning their ships in the direction of labels and packaging.
This will create confusion and we think that 2017 will bring even more choices, which makes it challenging for converters to understand what would really serve their business. For years to come, we will still need different solutions for different jobs in digital label printing. We see efforts being made but I think we are very far from a one-size-fits-all.
But even if label printers are taking on digital label printing, so are the print shops, commercial printers, converters, contract packers, manufacturers and brand owners themselves. The commercial printers have at least 20 years of experience in digital printing, and they know exactly what it takes to integrate new processes. They already serve the brand owners with printed materials, so why not labels too.
Converters, contract packers and manufactures are all handling various complex processes on a daily basis, and, of course, they can press the print button of a digital label press. What they might not know is how to prepare the digital files and how to ensure color matching, and maybe there lies an opportunity.
What if the label printer provided their customers with distributed printing facilities. What if each customer had its own digital label printer for small runs provided by their label supplier. The label supplier takes care of material supply, installation, maintenance, training, file preparation and color management, as well as enables the customer to print small individual batches whenever this is required.
This might be a way for them to cling on to the customer and the huge productions that they will still need from time to time. We see an increasing demand from brand owners and manufactures to have in-house label printing equipment to serve their need for small batches, variable data and just-in-time production. And I believe that the only way the label printers can stay in the game is to figure out how they can contribute to that trend.
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Peanuts or Mondelez or Budweiser featuring HP SmartStream Mosaic software. With more regulations driving for up-to-date, accurate product labels (such as ingredient lists) and the operational advantages of high-capacity digital production we expect this trend to increase in 2017.
Going into 2017, we are seeing more and more embellishments, and even the first demonstrations of embellishments done digitally.
At drupa 2016, we demonstrated the first step towards an HP Indigo Digital Combination Press, which is designed to, through a single file and point of control, print both the label and the embellishments in an end-to-end digital line.
It must be said that not all the trends we anticipated in the past few years reached their tipping point. One example is security features. We believe there is a very real need for these in the market, but we still have not seen widespread adoption of features that make full use of digital printing capabilities for security purposes, tracking and brand protection purposes.See Troubleshooting Device Preview connectivity Once the connection has been successfully established, the Device Preview panel in Photoshop displays the name of the connected device.
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The Gators (3-5) enter on a 4-game losing streak. Interim coach Randy Shannon lost his first game in that role, 45-16, at Missouri last week. Meanwhile, the Gamecocks (6-3) stayed close to Georgia in a 24-10 loss. Will Muschamp is looking for his first win against his former program, and South Carolina likely will finish second in the SEC East with a win here. Florida, meanwhile, is focused on finding its next coach and holding together what had been a very good 2018 recruiting class.
Turn this into a conservative, defense-first game. Rely on kicker Eddy Pineiro and win on special teams. How South Carolina can win: Take advantage of one of the worst offenses in FBS (Florida), and get the Gators off the field early and often.
Win time of possession, and wait for Florida to miss tackles and assignments. Get a lead early so Florida never gets into the game emotionally. South Carolina holds an advantage at head coach and quarterback, and should use it. Even worse, what was a top-25 defense for so many years has collapsed.