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Will Smith , Emma Stone,Gary Vaynerchuk and more at s ADVERTISEMENT WEEK NYC 2018

Will Smith , Emma Stone,Gary Vaynerchuk and more at s ADVERTISEMENT WEEK NYC 2018


TOP MUST ATTEND  panels you cant miss!



Great Minds Think Unalike

Mon, October 01 at 1:15 PM

Target Media Network Stage @ IMAX    View Map


Ken Auletta and Serial Entrepreneur , Join Forces for a Fireside Chat     

Mon, October 01 at 5:00 PM

The Walt Disney Company Stage



Twitter Stage  

 James Charles - ouch magazine


The Jump with Will Smith: One Iconic Storyteller’s Journey of Reinvention & Connection
Target Media Network Stage @ IMAX
Consumers are increasingly faced with an abundance of choice. How do mainstream celebrities, online influencers, and brands make their voice heard in a world where content is everywhere?

Join us as Google VP, Adam Stewart talks with acclaimed actor, producer, and musician Will Smith about his successful career and new journey with YouTube, and how it opened up new ways for him to find a deeper connection with his global audience.
Will Smith Actor, Producer, Musician
Adam Stewart VP, Consumer Goods, Government & Entertainment, Google

Tue, October 02 at 9:30 PM

Gotham Comedy Club  

colin jost



The Girls’ Lounge @ Advertising Week

Sugar Factory
The Girl’s Lounge, powered by The Female Quotient, is the largest communities of women in business who believe in the power of equality in the workplace. Collaborating and connecting on a global scale, they’re activating change within conferences, companies, and college campuses. Please join us in The Girls’ Lounge @ Advertising Week on October 1 and 2!

Read more at http://newyork.advertisingweek.com/schedule/#t9wTH5zgfHCHHH1H.99


The Girl Gaze

Target Media Network Stage @ IMAX
Advertising, Entertainment, Tech, and Publishing - all part of the same media ecosystem and all beginning to move forward from bad legacy structures built on sexism, racism and unequal opportunity. Industries where power and privilege have been held mostly only by men. We can watch dog, we can litigate, we can #metoo, and #timesup, and we should, but we will only move forward when women’s (all women’s) points of view are equally represented in media. In conversation with Colleen DeCourcy, Natasha Alford and Amanda de Cadenet discuss closing the gender gap in the creative economy.
Natasha Alford Journalist & Deputy Editor, theGrio
Amanda de Cadenet Founder & CEO of Girlgaze, Girlgaze
Colleen DeCourcy President, Wieden+Kennedy

Read more at http://newyork.advertisingweek.com/schedule/#t9wTH5zgfHCHHH1H.99


Make Yourself Uncomfortable
Univision Stage
As consumers become increasingly more diverse, brands and agencies are struggling to leverage diversity and inclusion as a business strategy. We need to get out of our comfort zones and change the way we think about everything.

‘Good’ is a word that is rarely used in conjunction with business and culture, but increasingly consumers around the world are demanding more of the brands they purchase. Learn how prioritizing diversity and inclusion shapes brands and agencies both internally and externally.
Bobby Jones Author, Good Is the New Cool
Poorna Jagannathan Actor & Producer
Sheba Lee Student, Miami Ad School at Portfolio Center
Pippa Seichrist Cofounder, Miami Ad School Global Network
Sarai Wingate Student, Miami Ad School at Portfolio Center
Paul Woolmington CEO, Canvas Worldwide
Kien Quan Content Creator, 360i



Thu, October 04 at 7:30 PM

Terminal 5  

Alessia Cara