Here Comes Ad Age Digital, the Live Edition

Kimberly-Clark, Salesforce, Nestle, General Mills, Hulu, Upworthy and More

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You're reading Ad Age on some sort of screen be it a PC, laptop, tablet or phone.

Now, come join us live.

Lynn Vojvodich
Lynn Vojvodich

On April 1, Ad Age's Digital Conference comes to Pier 36 in Manhattan to bring you the future of marketing, one where "digital" itself is relegated to the dustbin of recent history along with all the meaningless jargon that came with it.

Unlike a lot of industry events, Ad Age brings together the whole value chain of marketing from the CMO to agencies and the tech platforms and media that connect with consumers. This is about understanding the way technology is changing human behavior and the role of brands in people's lives. Think of it as a one-stop-shop to future-proof your career and your business.

So, who's coming? Here's a partial list:

The marketers: Kimberly Clark CMO Clive Sirkin, General Mills CMO Mark Addicks, Salesforce.com CMO Lynn Vojvodich, Nestle Global Head of Digital and Social Media Pete Blackshaw, EA SVP-Global Consumer Marketing Carolyn Feinstein, American Express SVP of Digital Partnerships and Development Leslie Berland, and Citibank Director of Creative and Media Elyssa Gray.

Gary Vaynerchuck
Gary Vaynerchuck

The innovators: Vayner Media founder Gary Vaynerchuk, Betaworks CEO John Borthwick, 360i Chairman Bryan Wiener, and Resource CEO Kelly Mooney.

The builders: AOL Networks CEO Bob Lord, Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins, Upworthy Co-Founder Eli Pariser, and Vox Media CEO Jim Bankoff.

The futurists: BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield will talk about TV in the age of peak Comcast, and eMarketer analyst Debra Aho Williamson will talk about what works, and doesn't, in real time marketing.

We'll be adding some key names in the coming days, so we'll keep you posted. In the meantime, we'd like to add the most important conference participant of all and that's you.

Speakers are great, but the best takeaways don't necessarily come from the stage; they come from the conversations in the expo, over lunch, coffee or drinks. We program Ad Age Digital to attract talent, both on-stage and in the audience.

Make sure you join us by registering at adage.com/digital2014 and use promo code DIGI14 for a 10% discount.

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