April 2, 2014
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
The New York Times, 620 8th Ave., NYC
Event by invitation only. Limited space available.
Jess Greenwood works in Google’s Creative Partnerships team, home of the award-winning Art, Copy & Code program. Art, Copy & Code partners with clients and agencies to create campaigns that explore emerging opportunities in digital; that embed technology deeply in the creative process; and ultimately help to invent the future of marketing.
Jess came to Google from ground-breaking digital agency R/GA, in NYC, where she was a Director of Business Strategy and focused on applying market, consumer and technology insights to clients including Coca-Cola, Tiffany & Co., Converse and L’Oreal Paris.
Prior to this, she helped launch Contagious Magazine and spent seven years helping to establish it as a leading global authority on advertising, design, technology and popular culture. She created and then lead their highly successful consultancy division, Contagious Insider, working on clients from Xbox to the BBC.
As a thought-leader in digital advertising and marketing she’s spoken at Cannes, Microsoft’s Imagine conference, PICNIC in Amsterdam and AdWeek in London, as well as hosting the Ad:Tech conference in Tokyo.
Jess is a Brit [tips can be found here], and an indefatigable karaoke ring-leader, but is currently giving her vocal chords [and everyone else’s ears] a rest to take online classes in fashion illustration and design. The key to her heart is anything – books, dresses, paint – organized by color.