Introducing Speakers for The changing face of advertising meetup

On Thursday night we'll be hosting an advent at Albion Drive  on the The changing face of advertising, 

Meet three women working in the advertising and media industries that are at the forefront of pushing new boundaries with technology and please get a ticket for Thursday.

 

Lynne Hamilton – Director European Partnerships, Intent Media

Lynne has dedicated her career to driving rapid growth in companies. She recently moved to London from New York City to serve as Director of European Partnerships for Intent Media, a fast-growing startup that helps online travel companies unlock their full revenue potential with innovative, high-margin advertising products powered by predictive analytics.

 Prior to Intent Media, Lynne was Director of Sales and Marketing at Moji, a Chicago-based startup specialising in recovery products for endurance athletes. She oversaw the development of Moji's go-to-market strategies and growth of their ecommerce and brick-and-mortar businesses.

 @hitchham / LinkedIn

Sadie Spooner – Commercial Manager, UnRuly Media

Sadie is Commercial Manager at Unruly, one of the UK's most prominent ad tech companies. After managing UK marketing for a leading regeneration company, she joined Unruly in 2014, successfully launching a new video analytics product that helps Marketers to understand and optimise online video performance. Sadie now oversees commercial projects at Unruly, with the goal of using their existing programmatic video ad tech stack to solve new challenges in new markets.

@sadiespooner / LinkedIn

Sofia Quintero – Founder & CEO, NomNom insights

The former Head of Growth at Geckoboard, Sofia founded NomNom insights, a customer feedback aggregator which enables users to make better product and marketing decisions, earlier this year. 

She has been mentoring startups at General Assembly, as Digital Marketing instructor, and for the Startup Institute the last 3 years. Sofia also writes at verysimplestuff.com.

 @sofiaqt / LinkedIn