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Tuesday, October 23 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
How Will the Class of 2016 Change the World of Marketing?

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There is a plethora of information available about Digital Natives, a tech-driven, sporadic generation who does not know about a life without technology. They switch content 27 times per hour—jumping between electronic devices and media platforms every two minutes. While advertisers and marketers navigate this ever changing terrain, we are venturing into an even more foreign territory—the minds and dorms rooms of the Class of 2016—to uncover how these students (and their evolving media consumption habits) will force marketers to adapt.

Student Panel

There’s no better way to venture into the minds and dorms rooms of the Class of 2016 than to ask them. We plan to and so can you. Ask our student panel your most pressing questions. We’re sure their answers will help you craft an A+ marketing strategy.


Speakers
avatar for Matt Jacobs- Director of Channel Planning, AMP Agency

Matt Jacobs- Director of Channel Planning, AMP Agency

As a Director of Channel Planning at AMP Agency, Matt spearheads cross-channel strategy development and ideation to create integrated marketing solutions for a range of Fortune 500 brands. Matt has broad marketing experience spanning roles in business development, planning and program execution for clients such as John Hancock, Staples, TJX, Hasbro and the Food Bank For New York City. | | Matt began his marketing career with an... Read More →
avatar for Kenneth Elmore- Dean of Students, Boston University

Kenneth Elmore- Dean of Students, Boston University

| Dean of Students at Boston University since 2003. Coordinates university efforts to provide a safe environment, where students can find their way within a vibrant community. Responds to student concerns; helps students solve their problems; and, helps students build communities. Believer of the new, innovative and youthful.


Tuesday October 23, 2012 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Hynes Convention Center Back Bay - 900 Boylston Street, Boston MA