LA Ad Tech Presents: Brian Andersen, LUMA Partners
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
Santa Monica, CA
Join LA Ad Tech on May 7th to welcome Brian Andersen, Partner, LUMA Partners.
LUMA Partners has become one of the pre-eminent authorities on the ad and marketing tech landscape. With a keen eye towards trends and major market shifts, Brian and Terry Kawaja, have helped define a massive emerging space.
Brian Andersen will present on "The Future of Digital Marketing," providing an overview of digital media trends with a specific eye toward ad tech and marketing. He'll discuss major movers in the market and emerging areas that will impact the broader advertising and marketing tech landscape in 2013 and beyond.
- AdTech: Where we've been
- AdTech: Problems & Solutions
- AdTech: Where we're going
- Marketing Technology
- The Future of Advertising
Following Brian's presentation, we'll have a short fireside chat, audience Q&A and then some time for networking.
6:30 - 7:00pm - Check in
7:00 - 7:30pm - Presentation
7:30 - 7:45pm - Fireside Chat
7:45 - 8:00pm - Q&A
8:00 - 9:30pm - Networking
Thanks to our event sponsor:
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About Brian Andersen
Brian Andersen is a seasoned strategy, corporate development and mergers and acquisitions executive and anchors LUMA’s west coast presence from its Palo Alto office. With a decade on the “buy-side” of acquisitions, Brian has extensive experience setting strategy, executing acquisitions and successfully integrating acquired companies. Prior to LUMA, Brian was Vice President, Corporate Development for Omniture, the leading web analytics and web optimization company, responsible for all mergers and acquisition activities (acquired by Adobe for $1.8 billion). Prior to Omniture, Brian was Vice President, Corporate Development at Interwoven, a leader in web content management and document management (acquired by Autonomy for $775 million). Before Interwoven, he was a member of the executive staff at Phoenix Technologies, where he was responsible for corporate development, government affairs and special projects for the CEO. Brian was also formerly with Robertson Stephens, a technology-focused investment bank, in its mergers and acquisitions group.
About LUMA Partners