Alibaba, Pinterest, Lowe's to Speak at Ad Age Digital Conference San Francisco

Event on September 16 Will Showcase Innovative Approaches, Solutions

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Clockwise rom top right: Naama Bloom, Don Faul, Gary Briggs, Kyle Nel 

Ad Age has released a preliminary list of speakers for its 2014 Digital Conference, taking place in San Francisco.

The event will be held September 16 at the Marriott Marquis and will be followed by the Ad Age CMO Strategy Summit on September 17. Ticket packages for both events are available.

Brands must move faster than ever to keep pace with changing technology and consumer behavior. Ad Age Digital Conference San Francisco brings together savvy marketers and agile technology companies, who are successfully navigating these new market realities.

Kyle Nel, executive director of Lowe's Innovation Labs, will share how the home improvement retailer is using physical lab spaces, along with a team of science-fiction writers, to help it envision what the future might look like.

Meanwhile, Naama Bloom, founder and CEO of HelloFlo.com, will talk about why the subscription service for period care packages has had the media and the competition buzzing.

Other featured presenters include John Spelich, VP-International E-Commercce Business Development at Alibaba; Don Faul, head of operations at Pinterest; Gary Briggs, CMO of Facebook; Mark Mahaney, managing director and Internet analyst at RBC Capital Markets and Ted McConnell, principal at Ted McConnell Consulting.

To register and for more information about the event head to the Ad Age Digital Conference San Francisco site at www.adage.com/digitalsf2014

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