LAS VEGAS--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--CES 2017 — Jivox Founder and CEO Diaz Nesamoney will help lead discussions and showcase coming innovations in advertising at “Building the Future of Advertising,” an exclusive event hosted by Xaxis and Triad Retail Media on January 5th.
The event will feature panel discussions with some of the top minds leading the industry, such as WPP’s Global CEO Sir Martin Sorrell and GroupM’s North America CEO Brian Lesser, and executives from leading global brands including Bose, eBay, MasterCard and Walmart.com. It will also feature an all-day interactive exhibit offering attendees a preview of foundational technologies poised to power the future of advertising.
|Event:||Building the Future of Advertising|
|Date:||January 5th, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.|
|Venue:||Costa di Mare Restaurant at the Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas|
At the event, Jivox CEO Diaz Nesamoney will participate in a panel discussion moderated by GroupM’s North America CEO Brian Lesser, titled “Cross-Channel Consumer Engagement…How We’re Getting It Right.”
Jivox will also unveil the industry’s first-ever preview of its new machine-learning technology, code named Neuron, in the event’s “Future of Advertising” exhibition center. Early details of Jivox Neuron will be premiered exclusively for event attendees including a live demo.
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Jivox enables the world's top brands to deliver highly personalized digital marketing experiences. The company's flagship Jivox IQ™ is the industry’s first platform designed to deliver dynamic ads at scale for programmatic media across all formats and screens. With its unique ability to integrate first-party, audience and contextual data, the Jivox IQ platform creates personalized digital ads in real time – customized to the individual – by dynamically generating thousands of creative and messaging variations at scale. Several hundred leading companies today use Jivox, including Bayer, Bose, Condé Nast, Toyota, Johnson & Johnson, REI, Sony, Time Warner Cable and Universal McCann.