NCDM 2012 to Address Critical Issues of Data Regulation, Data Governance
September 11, 2012 — The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) today announced a slate of new speakers for its 2012 NCDM Conference, which will take place December 3-5 in Orlando, Florida.
Two new sessions will address the increasingly challengingly environment for marketers who leverage big data to reach and engage customers:
· On Tuesday, December 4, Susan Fox, Vice President, Government Relations at Walt Disney, Tony Hadley, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs for Experian, and Brian Huseman, Director of Public Policy for Amazon, will discuss regulatory and legislative threats to the data-driven way of life.
· On Wednesday, December 5, Bruce Biegel, Managing Director of the Winterberry Group; Joanne Dunne, CEO of Alliant Data; and Peg Kuman, CEO of Relevate; will advise attendees on “doing data governance right.”
Both sessions will be led by Rachel Thomas, DMA’s Vice President, Government Affairs.
Other newly confirmed speakers at NCDM 2012 include: Shiv Singh, Global Head of Digital, PepsiCo Beverages; Sherri Liebo, Vice President, Segment Marketing and Marketing Communications, Cisco Systems; and John McMullin, Vice President, Business Development/New Media Solutions, MasterCard.
They join already-announced keynotes and featured presentations by Justin Cutroni of Google; Lawrence DiCapua, Leader of the Global Revenue Marketing Center of Excellence at General Electric; Bill Franks, Chief Analytics Officer of Teradata; Marcus Starke, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Marketing Regions for SAP; and Victor Lee, Vice President Global Digital Marketing at Hasbro.
Other presenters include executives from AT&T, Cisco Webex, FedEx, IBM, the National Football League, United Airlines, Warner Bros., and more.
The full NCDM 2012 agenda is available at www.ncdm2012.org.
About NCDM 2012
NCDM 2012, taking place December 3-5, 2012 at the Gaylord Palms in Kissimmee, FL, will gather more than 500 industry professionals to tackle critical issues at the intersection of marketing and data. This year, NCDM will focus particularly on the opportunities and challenges presented to marketers by the explosion in “Big Data” generated by social networks.
NCDM 2012 attendees will be able to attend more than 40 sessions, workshops and laboratories addressing five themes:
- Data Management Tools and Techniques
- Multi-Channel Engagement Strategies
- Marketing and Big Data
- Effectiveness, Accountability and ROI
- Advanced Data Analytics & Modeling
This year’s conference will also feature several provocative Dialog panels in which participants address key strategic issues, including the shifting regulatory and legislative environment governing the collection and use of customer data.
Sponsors and supporters of NCDM 2012 include IBM, SAS, Alteryx, Canada Post, Click2, DataMentors, Dovetail, Extraprise, Infogroup, Neolane and others.
For more information on the NCDM 2012 agenda, and to register, please click here.
For information about NCDM 2012 exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Kevin Fox at 212.790.1468 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About Direct Marketing Association (DMA)
The Direct Marketing Association (www.the-dma.org) is the world’s largest trade association dedicated to advancing and protecting responsible data-driven marketing. Founded in 1917, DMA represents thousands of companies and nonprofit organizations that use and support data-driven marketing practices and techniques.
In 2012, marketers — commercial and nonprofit —will spend $168.5 billion on direct marketing, which accounts for 52.7 percent of all ad expenditures in the United States. Measured against total US sales, these advertising expenditures will generate approximately $2.05 trillion in incremental sales. In 2012, direct marketing accounts for 8.7 percent of total US gross domestic product and produces1.3 million direct marketing employees in the US. Their collective sales efforts directly support 7.9 million other jobs, accounting for a total of 9.2 million US jobs.
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