Following news of its recent partnership with IPONWEB, executives from NYIAX, the world’s first upfronts marketplace and advanced contract management platform, will commence a global roadshow today through November 19th.
During the speaking tour, NYIAX co-founder, Chief Strategy Officer and General Counsel, Carolina Abenante, and SVP of Strategy, Ben Feldman, will provide media executives and investors in New York, Lisbon and Tel-Aviv with new information related to the trends and innovations that are reshaping advertising and advancing the industry.
Key topics Abenante and Feldman will address include:
Speaking engagements Abenante and Feldman will lead are below. To inquire about attending these sessions, set up a meeting and/or schedule a talk at your headquarters, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 24, 2019 New York City
CNBC, Sir Martin Sorrell and the Pioneers of a New Era of Marketing
During this event, leading executives from top brands, agencies and publishers will enjoy cocktails and and a discussion led by CNBC Advertising Reporter Megan Graham.
Sir Martin Sorrell, Founder, CEO and Executive Chairman, S4 Capital
Lou Paskalis, SVP, Enterprise Media Planning, Investment and Measurement Executive, Bank of America
Ben Feldman, SVP Strategy, NYIAX
Jonathan Lacoste, President, Co-founder, Jebbit
Belinda Fleming Smith, Head of Global Marketing Intelligence, EA
This is a private event. If you are interested in attending, please email email@example.com
November 4-7, Lisbon, Portugal
Dubbed by Forbes as “the best technology conference on the planet”, this annual convention brings the people and companies redefining the global tech industry together for several days of peer education and networking. It attracts 11,000 CEOs and 70,000 attendees from 170+ nations.
This year, the conference producers state, “At a time of great uncertainty for industry upon industry and the world itself, we gather the founders and CEOs of technology companies, fast-growing startups, policymakers and heads of state to ask a simple question: where to next?”
In response, NYIAX’s Abenante will take the main stage to give her perspectives on what to expect during the 2020s and beyond. In addition to Abenante, speakers at this year’s WebSummit will include: Accenture CEO Brian Whipple, Amazon CTO Werner Vogels, Avon Chief Digital/Information Officer Benedetto Conversano, BBC Journalist and Business Reporter Leisha Santorelli, Bloomberg Tech and Media Reporter Alex Webb, Booking.com Chairwoman Gillian Tans, Burger King CMO Fernando Machado, Business Insider Finance/Markets Reporter Callum Burroughs, Business Insider Senior Technology Correspondent Dave Smith, BuzzFeed Senior Technology Reporter Alex Katrowitz, CNBC Tech Correspondent Elizabeth Schulze, CNBC Squawk Box London Anchor Karen Tso, Diageo Chief Digital Officer Ben Sutherland, eBay CEO Devin Wenig, Financial News Editor Chris Newlands, Economist Finance Reporter Matthieu Favas, Financial News Fintech Correspondent Ryan Weeks, Google Chief Decision Scientist Cassie Kozyrkov, Hugo Co-founder and CEO Josh Lowy, The Information Reporter Zoë Bernard, JP Morgan Chase CMO Kristin Lemkau, Mastercard CMO Raja Rajamannar, Microsoft President Brad Smith, MIT Sloan Management Review Editor-In-Chief Paul Michelman, Mozilla Chief Information Officer Katharina Borchert, NBC News & Fortune Business & Technology Contributor Alyssa Newcomb, New York Times Writer-at-Large Charlie Warzel, New York Times Technology Reporter Mike Isaac, New York Times Technology Contributor Don Clark, R/GA Media Group CEO Sean Lyons, Recode Data Editor Rani Molla, Reuters Global Industry Editor for Technology Jonathan Weber, S4 Capital Founder, CEO and Executive Chairman Sir Martin Sorrell, SAP CTO Alicia Tillman, Sequoia Partner Pat Grady, TechCrunch Editor-at-Large Mike Butcher, Time Magazine Deputy International Editor Naina Bajekal, Venturebeat News Editor Emil Protalinski, Verizon Chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg.
November 19, Tel-Aviv, Israel
In Israel, AdTech has had an outsized influence on the global online advertising market, relative to the country’s small size. However, as the AdTech market is shifting, new opportunities arise and Israeli startups seem to be leading the charge when it comes to those technologies. From Blockchain, AI, Audio, Data, Viewability, Privacy, and more AdTech is seeing a new breed of dynamic companies hitting the AdTech market.
At Israel AdTech 2019, NYIAX SVP Strategy Ben Feldman will take the stage alongside leaders in the space about the market opportunities, challenges, solutions, and more. Feldman’s talk will focus on where immediate buying and selling dollars need to shift today for those who want to continue winning, as well as the major changes shaping the 4th Industrial Revolution we are all experiencing together.
The conference is about learning and helping Israeli startups succeed, whether through finding new partners, overcoming distance barriers, or revenue generation.
November 19, New York, NY
Tech Up For Women Conference
Tech jobs are thriving in the United States. But, with only 5% of tech startups being women-owned businesses, there is no better time than right now to Tech Up.
Regardless of identity, background or career sector, if you want to rise to the top, Tech Up for Women is gearing up to support you.
During the November 19 event, NYIAX’s co-founder Carolina Abenante will join other top women executives in support of Tech Up For Women’s mission to advance all women in technology. She will speak alongside leaders from SoftBank Group International, Cadillac, Nordstrom, Accenture, Ellevest, Facebook, Netflix, Mastercard, Google, Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, IBM, @Verizon, BlackRock, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Salesforce.