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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Join us in New York City for the annual Google Partner Summit, an exclusive gathering for Premier Google Partners across the world.

Stay ahead of the curve.

Hear from senior Google leaders as they share a first look at new digital trends, consumer insights and product roadmaps.

Grow beyond advertising.

Get best practices from industry experts on how to grow your clients and your business, even beyond advertising.

Engage in an open dialogue.

You'll have the unique opportunity to share knowledge and network with Googlers and your peers from around the world.

Speakers

Mary Ellen Coe

President of Google Marketing Solutions

Mary Ellen Coe

President of Google Marketing Solutions

Mary Ellen serves as President of Google Marketing Solutions, overseeing the global mid-market and small advertiser business which serves millions of customers and agencies worldwide. Her 2,600 person org. focuses on sales and support for this high-growth segment as well as acquisition of new advertisers and channel partners for AdWords. Prior to this role she served as Vice President of Global Sales Operations and Strategy for Google's global business organization supporting sales and service for the large client advertising and publisher businesses.

Before joining Google in 2012, Mary Ellen was a Partner with McKinsey & Company from 2000-2012 serving leading consumer and retail companies, and also led the North America Consumer Marketing practice. Earlier in her career, she worked at the Leo Burnett Company on the Procter and Gamble beauty care portfolio, and worked in Product Management in the durable goods industry at Haworth. Mary Ellen completed graduate studies at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and completed her bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.

Mary Ellen also served on the board of Whole Foods from December 2016, and was involved in shepherding the company through the acquisition by Amazon.

Jon Diorio

Group Product Manager, AdWords

Jon Diorio

Group Product Manager, AdWords

Jon Diorio is a Group Product Manager for the AdWords Platform. Among other things, Jon and his team focus on enabling faster, easier and more profitable campaign management by providing advertisers with richer, more insightful and more actionable data and analytical solutions.

Prior to Google, Jon was the VP of Product and Marketing at CentrPort, an early behavioral advertising platform provider. Prior to CentrPort, Jon held several product management and marketing leadership positions at CRM and business intelligence solutions companies. Jon graduated from Georgetown University with concentrations in economics and computer science, and he holds an MBA from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.

Marvin Chow

Vice President of Global Marketing

Marvin Chow

Vice President of Global Marketing

Marvin is currently a VP of Global Marketing at Google, where he leads marketing for some of Google’s largest and most strategic products including Search, the Assistant, Maps, Chrome, Photos, Gmail and AI/Machine Learning. He also oversees Google’s global efforts in Social Media, advises on select stealth products and is a member of the global marketing management group for Google.

He joined Google in 2010 as the Senior Marketing Director for Google Asia Pacific, which includes Japan, Greater China, Korea, Australia, India and Southeast Asia. In that role, his team led the charge in showing consumers how Google products can make life simpler and more fun, while also working with businesses to inspire them on how digital marketing can help them grow. In 2011 he helped launch the Google+ Project, Google’s social platform, and more recently he co-created the Google News Lab, focusing on Google Trends, data visualization and media education.

Prior to Google, Marvin has 15 years of experience in both sports and youth marketing - most recently a 7 year stint at Nike where he led marketing efforts for Greater China, Japan and Korea, as well as strategic global projects like NIKEiD and NIKE+. His career includes work in strategy, marketing and general management, involving brands like Nickelodeon and Reebok as well as internet start-ups that list Michael Jordan, John Elway and Benchmark Venture Capital as investors.

He currently is an advisor at WayUp, Gifs.com and TheFreshToast. He has lectured on digital marketing strategy at Boston College and Harvard Business School, and spent a semester teaching at the Boston University School of Management.

Marvin, his wife JiYoung and their daughters Polaire and Ceboline currently reside in the Noe Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, CA.

Schedule

Thursday, September 28

7:00 AM

Registration & Welcome Breakfast

9:00 AM

Marketing in the Age of Assistance

Mary Ellen Coe

President of Google Marketing Solutions

Mary Ellen Coe

President of Google Marketing Solutions

Mary Ellen serves as President of Google Marketing Solutions, overseeing the global mid-market and small advertiser business which serves millions of customers and agencies worldwide. Her 2,600 person org. focuses on sales and support for this high-growth segment as well as acquisition of new advertisers and channel partners for AdWords. Prior to this role she served as Vice President of Global Sales Operations and Strategy for Google's global business organization supporting sales and service for the large client advertising and publisher businesses.

Before joining Google in 2012, Mary Ellen was a Partner with McKinsey & Company from 2000-2012 serving leading consumer and retail companies, and also led the North America Consumer Marketing practice. Earlier in her career, she worked at the Leo Burnett Company on the Procter and Gamble beauty care portfolio, and worked in Product Management in the durable goods industry at Haworth. Mary Ellen completed graduate studies at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and completed her bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.

Mary Ellen also served on the board of Whole Foods from December 2016, and was involved in shepherding the company through the acquisition by Amazon.

9:30 AM

First Look at Google Ads Innovations

Jon Diorio

Group Product Manager, AdWords

Jon Diorio

Group Product Manager, AdWords

Jon Diorio is a Group Product Manager for the AdWords Platform. Among other things, Jon and his team focus on enabling faster, easier and more profitable campaign management by providing advertisers with richer, more insightful and more actionable data and analytical solutions.

Prior to Google, Jon was the VP of Product and Marketing at CentrPort, an early behavioral advertising platform provider. Prior to CentrPort, Jon held several product management and marketing leadership positions at CRM and business intelligence solutions companies. Jon graduated from Georgetown University with concentrations in economics and computer science, and he holds an MBA from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.

Bhanu Narasimhan

Director of Product Management, Audience Products

Bhanu Narasimhan

Director of Product Management, Audience Products

Bhanu Narasimhan is a Director of Product Management in Ads. In her current role, she leads Product Management for personalization products across properties (Google.com, YouTube and more), as well as Brand Safety and Ads Quality for YouTube Ads.

Previously she worked on the Autos vertical and on optimization tools including AdWords Conversion Tracking, Flexible Bid Strategies, Keyword Planner and the Opportunities tab, as well as tools used by our largest advertisers, like My Client Center and the AdWords API. She was responsible for the ideation of many popular new features including Bid Adjustments, Auction Insights and Automated Rules. Prior to AdWords, Bhanu worked on tools to fight spam and abuse across Google's consumer apps, and on Google Video.

Prior to Google, Bhanu worked as a strategy consultant at Marakon Associates, and then wore multiple hats at Instantis, a software startup that was acquired by Oracle. Bhanu has a bachelor's degree in Math from Dartmouth College, and a masters in Economics from MIT.

Diya Jolly

Director of Product Management, YouTube & Video Monetization

Diya Jolly

Director of Product Management, YouTube & Video Monetization

Diya oversees all of YouTube's ad products and solutions as well as general video monetization across Google. These products and solutions are used by millions of advertisers for both brand & direct response goals. Her responsibilities include both video and display ads that run on YouTube via our Adwords, Doubleclick Bid Manager and Dart for Publishers platforms.

Prior to Google, Diya was Vice President of Product Management and on the executive team at Freewheel, an advanced platform for managing online video advertising used by Turner, ESPN, ABC and CBS. Before Freewheel, Diya has worked in various different roles at McKinsey, Microsoft and Motorola.

Diya graduated with distinction from the University of Michigan with a BS in electrical engineering and BA economics. She also holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

Jenn Liu

Director of Product Management, Shopping

Jenn Liu

Director of Product Management, Shopping

Jennifer Liu is a PM Director at Google, where she leads the consumer shopping experience on Google.com. Back in 2009, Jennifer was the original founding product manager for Product Listing Ads, which has since scaled and grown to be the foundation for Google Shopping.

Prior to Google Shopping, Jennifer was also the product manager for Google Suggest, Mobile Ads, and AdWords Billing and Payments, and Productivity Tools at Google. She graduated with a computer science degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Babak Pahlavan

Sr. Director of Product Management, Analytics

Babak Pahlavan

Sr. Director of Product Management, Analytics

Babak Pahlavan has been leading Product Management for Google’s Measurement products since Dec 2012. He oversees product & strategy for: Free Measurement Suite (Google Analytics, Optimize, Tag Manager, App Analytics & Data Studio), Google’s enterprise GA360 Suite (Analytics, Surveys, etc…), Attribution Solutions (Google Attribution & Attribution 360), as well as Brand Measurement solutions (Viewability, Brand Lift & Reach) and Consumer Panels business.

Prior to Google, Babak was the co-founder and CEO of Clever Sense, an analytical context-aware recommendation engine, which was acquired by Google in December of 2011.

Babak was selected as one of the 30 under 30 from Forbes in the technology category in 2013. He’s earned a Master's degree in Engineering with focus on Computer Science from Stanford University and Bachelor's degree from from UC Berkeley in both Computer Science & Electrical Engineering.

10:10 AM

Reimagining Marketing Through Artificial Intelligence

Marvin Chow

Vice President of Global Marketing

Marvin Chow

Vice President of Global Marketing

Marvin is currently a VP of Global Marketing at Google, where he leads marketing for some of Google’s largest and most strategic products including Search, the Assistant, Maps, Chrome, Photos, Gmail and AI/Machine Learning. He also oversees Google’s global efforts in Social Media, advises on select stealth products and is a member of the global marketing management group for Google.

He joined Google in 2010 as the Senior Marketing Director for Google Asia Pacific, which includes Japan, Greater China, Korea, Australia, India and Southeast Asia. In that role, his team led the charge in showing consumers how Google products can make life simpler and more fun, while also working with businesses to inspire them on how digital marketing can help them grow. In 2011 he helped launch the Google+ Project, Google’s social platform, and more recently he co-created the Google News Lab, focusing on Google Trends, data visualization and media education.

Prior to Google, Marvin has 15 years of experience in both sports and youth marketing - most recently a 7 year stint at Nike where he led marketing efforts for Greater China, Japan and Korea, as well as strategic global projects like NIKEiD and NIKE+. His career includes work in strategy, marketing and general management, involving brands like Nickelodeon and Reebok as well as internet start-ups that list Michael Jordan, John Elway and Benchmark Venture Capital as investors.

He currently is an advisor at WayUp, Gifs.com and TheFreshToast. He has lectured on digital marketing strategy at Boston College and Harvard Business School, and spent a semester teaching at the Boston University School of Management.

Marvin, his wife JiYoung and their daughters Polaire and Ceboline currently reside in the Noe Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, CA.

10:30 AM

Break

11:00 AM

Getting Smarter With Data: Using Machine Learning to Power Your Marketing

Dan Taylor

Managing Director of Global Display and Programmatic Advertising

Dan Taylor

Managing Director of Global Display and Programmatic Advertising

Dan Taylor leads the programmatic and display advertising strategy for Google’s global business organization, focused on product innovation, commercialization and advertiser engagement at scale across Google AdWords and Doubleclick Digital Marketing in all countries where Google operates.

Primary focus is on building and growing advertiser solutions and innovations in data strategy, audience targeting, inventory quality, ad formats, automated buying and measurement to power every ad experience and make the web and apps work better for advertisers, publishers and consumers across devices.

Prior to his current role, Dan led high performing sales and activation teams in Search, Display, Video and Mobile as well as a long career in broadcast media sales. Dan is based in New York.

11:25 AM

Driving Growth with Behavioral Science

Maya Shankar

Head of Behavioral Science, Google Marketing

Maya Shankar

Head of Behavioral Science, Google Marketing

Maya Shankar is Google Marketing's Head of Behavioral Science.

Prior to joining Google, Maya served as a Senior Advisor in the Obama White House, where she founded and served as Chair of the White House's Behavioral Science Team -- a team of scientists charged with improving public policy using research insights about human behavior. In 2016, Maya served as the first Behavioral Science Advisor to the United Nations.

Maya completed a post-doctoral fellowship in cognitive neuroscience at Stanford, after receiving a Ph.D. from Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship and a B.A. from Yale in cognitive science. She has been profiled in the New Yorker and her work has been featured in the New York Times, Scientific American, Forbes, and in NPR's All Things Considered and Freakonomics. Maya is a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music's pre-college division and is a former private violin student of Itzhak Perlman.

12:00 PM

Lunch

2:00 PM

Breakout

Solution Stage

Taking YouTube from Reach to Results

Amy Yury

Director of Global Video Product & Sales Activation, Google Marketing Solutions

Amy Yury

Director of Global Video Product & Sales Activation, Google Marketing Solutions

Amy Yury is 14-year veteran of Google and has held multiple leadership roles on the advertising side of the business. She currently oversees developing video ad products and solutions as well as sales activation strategy globally across Google. In this role, Amy is responsible for building YouTube’s brand and performance video advertising business for SMB companies and agency partners globally.

Prior to this role, Amy was the Director, Global Agency Business Development where she was responsible for driving Google’s partnerships with leading marketing and advertising agencies globally to create innovative ideas and campaigns leveraging the Google product portfolio. Amy joined Google in 2002 to launch the vertical sales team where she focused on the healthcare industry in North America.

Before joining Google, she held leadership positions at several online start-ups. She holds a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley. Amy is a founding member of Women@Google global leadership board.

Customer Focus Stage

Three Lessons to Improve Your Customer Acquisition Strategy

Ruth Stevens

President of eMarketing Strategy and adjunct professor at NYU Stern

Ruth Stevens

President of eMarketing Strategy and adjunct professor at NYU Stern

Ruth P. Stevens consults on customer acquisition and retention, for both consumer and business-to-business clients. Ruth serves on the boards of directors of the HIMMS Media Group, and the Business Information Industry Association. She is a trustee of Princeton-In-Asia, past chair of the Business-to-Business Council of the DMA, and past president of the Direct Marketing Club of New York.

Ruth was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Marketing by Crain’s BtoB magazine, and one of 20 Women to Watch by the Sales Lead Management Association.  She serves as a mentor to fledgling companies at the ERA business accelerator in New York City.

Ruth is a guest blogger at Biznology AdAge, HBR.org, and Target Marketing Magazine. Her newest book is B2B Data-Driven Marketing: Sources, Uses, Results. She is also the author of Maximizing Lead Generation: The Complete Guide for B2B Marketers, and Trade Show and Event Marketing, and co-author of the white paper series, “B-to-B Database Marketing.”

Ruth is a sought-after speaker and trainer, and has presented to audiences and business schools in Asia, Australia, and Latin America.  She has held senior marketing positions at Time Warner, Ziff-Davis, and IBM.   She studied marketing management at Harvard Business School, and holds an MBA from Columbia University. Learn more at www.ruthstevens.com.

Business Growth Stage

Leading in Complexity

Alison Parrin

Senior Consultant of Executive Development

Alison Parrin

Senior Consultant of Executive Development

Alison is a Senior Executive Development Consultant responsible for supporting the growth and development of Google leaders worldwide. She is passionate about helping leaders navigate complexity and developing their personal potential. As an expert in understanding the unique challenges facing Google’s senior leaders, her areas of expertise include change management and development of learning agility and mindset.

Alison has been with Google for ten years and has over 15 years of learning and development experience. Prior to Google, she held a variety of learning & development positions in large organizations, in addition to her own small consulting business. She holds a BSc in Management Science from the University of Manchester, in addition to several professional qualifications including the ICF coach certification and a Neuro-Linguistic Programming master practitioner certification.

3:00 PM

Breakout

Solution Stage

Customer Experiences: One Step, One Second

Matt Del Re

Director of Cross-Product Solutions

Matt Del Re

Director of Cross-Product Solutions

Matt Del Re is the Director of Performance Solutions at Google. His team is focused on making Google’s advertising products easier to understand, buy and optimize. Over the past 10 years at Google, Matt has helped Google’s customers manage the transition to mobile and video. Matt attended Syracuse University’s Newhouse School and NYU’s Stern Business School.

Customer Focus Stage

Changing Behavior: Guiding Customer Choices for Good

Katherine Milkman

Associate Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions at Wharton

Katherine Milkman

Associate Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions at Wharton

Katherine Milkman has been named one of the world’s top 40 business school professors under 40 by Poets and Quants. She is an associate professor at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds a secondary appointment at UPenn’s Perelman School of Medicine. Her research uses big data to document the many ways individuals and groups deviate from making optimal decisions. In particular, she looks at what produces self-control failures and how to reduce them. (For self-control failures, think: undersaving for retirement, exercising too little, or eating too much junk food). Through her research, Milkman explores how to create wise choice architecture and nudge initiatives to guide customer and employee behavior in helpful directions.

Milkman is the recipient of an early career award from the Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences. She has published dozens of articles in social science journals that have reached a wide audience through op-eds in The New York Times and frequent coverage in such outlets as NPR, The Financial Times, and Forbes. Her work was also the focus of an entertaining Freakonomics podcast entitled, “When Willpower Isn’t Enough.” Milkman has received multiple excellence in teaching awards at Wharton, and was voted Wharton’s “Iron Prof” in 2013 by the school’s MBA students. She has worked with numerous companies on research and/or consulting, including the American Red Cross and Google.

Business Growth Stage

Science, Data and The Hiring Process

Kerry Cathcart

People Operations Manager

Kerry Cathcart

People Operations Manager

Kerry started at Google 14 years ago. Her first seven years were spent in Google's Sales organization, first supporting customers and then helping define how to scale our customer support strategy. She moved into People Operations in 2010 where she spent her first few years starting new shared services lines and driving the implementation of several company-wide HR systems. She currently leads the team that governs and operationalizes how we make hiring decisions at Google.

4:00 PM

Breakout

Solution Stage

Using Attribution to Unlock Growth

Neil Hoyne

Head of Customer Analytics

Neil Hoyne

Head of Customer Analytics

Neil Hoyne is the Head of Customer Analytics at Google. He focuses on understanding the relationships that users form through digital media. Since joining the company in 2011, Neil has overseen efforts surrounding marketing attribution, lifetime value and experimentation, strengthening the analytical capabilities of its $80B+ advertising business. With numerous patents in machine learning, he is also the Co-Chair for the iab Performance Committee, establishing new technical standards and best practices for online measurement. He is a perpetual keynote speaker at strategy and analytics conferences around the world, as well as a frequent lecturer at top universities, including Wharton, UCLA and Harvard Business School.

Customer Focus Stage

Creating and Managing Customer Experiences

Patti Williams

Ira A. Lipman Associate Professor of Marketing at Wharton

Patti Williams

Ira A. Lipman Associate Professor of Marketing at Wharton

Patti Williams is the Ira A. Lipman Associate Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School. She received a BA in communication from Stanford University, and an MBA and PhD in marketing from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. Prior to joining the Wharton School in 2000, she was an assistant professor at the Stern School of Business at NYU. She is the recipient of multiple Wharton Excellence in Teaching Awards for outstanding performance in Wharton’s undergraduate, MBA and Executive MBA classrooms and has received the “Goes Above and Beyond the Call of Duty” MBA Core Teaching Award numerous times.

Her research interests include the role of emotions in consumer decision making. Her papers have appeared in the Journal of Consumer Research and the Journal of Marketing Research, among others. She has served as Associate Editor for the Journal of Consumer Research and is a member of the Editorial Review Boards for the Journal of Consumer Research, the Journal of Marketing Research and the Journal of Consumer Psychology. Patti serves as the Academic Dean for the Global Marketing University at the Estee Lauder Companies and teaches executive education courses to many companies and organizations on marketing topics including developing an outside-in strategic perspective, consumer insights and segmentation, branding and managing brand experiences. You can follow her thoughts on branding and marketing on Twitter: @PattiAW.

Business Growth Stage

What the Best Do Differently

Robert Craven

Author of Grow Your Digital Agency

Robert Craven

Author of Grow Your Digital Agency

Robert Craven is author of Grow Your Digital Agency. He is Google Partners UK’s lead coach running the Elevator and Rising Stars Business Coaching programs for top-performing agencies in London as well as in Brussels and Bucharest. He is Managing Director of The Directors’ Centre and runs Mastermind Groups for high-growth agencies.

Robert Craven says that ‘your whole business hinges on what your customer gets from you’. I wholeheartedly agree.” - Sir Richard Branson.

4:45 PM

Premier Partner Awards Ceremony

Todd Rowe

Managing Director of Global Channel Sales

Todd Rowe

Managing Director of Global Channel Sales

Mr. Rowe leads Google's Channel Sales organization globally, which is one of Google's fastest growing sales organizations worldwide. He is responsible for selling Google's AdWords, mobile and video products to small and mid-sized companies through third parties in over 50 countries throughout North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America. Mr. Rowe has 20 years experience in the hardware and software industries, with sales, marketing and general management experience. He is a frequent key-note speaker at technology conferences, and has worked with US Congressmen and other public officials on Google’s behalf.

Mr. Rowe also works with venture capital firms in Silicon Valley, advising them on potential investments in start up companies, and has served on the board of directors of two successful start up technology companies.

Before joining Google, Mr. Rowe was the Group Vice President & General Manager of SAP Business Objects' Mid-Market business unit, responsible for Sales, Marketing, Product Management and Strategy. Mr. Rowe began his career at IBM in direct sales, where he achieved the Top 1% of Sales nationwide. Mr. Rowe has an MBA from the Wharton School of Business, graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from the University of Utah, and speaks fluent Spanish and Portuguese.

5:30 PM

Evening Event

FAQ

General

When is the Google Partner Summit?
This year, the event is on Thursday, September 28, 2017.
Where is the Google Partner Summit?
The event will be held at Pier 36 in New York City. The address is 299 South St, New York, NY 10002.
How do I register?
The Google Partner Summit is an invitation-only event. Please see your email invitation for your unique code to register.
When will registration close?
Friday, September 1, 2017 at 5pm PST.

Travel, Hotel & Transportation

Do I need to organize my flights and hotel accommodation for the conference myself?
Yes. Flights and hotel accommodations will not be provided by Google. Once you've registered for the event, please reference your confirmation email if you're interested in booking your room at one of the hotels offered.
Can I extend my hotel stay?
If you wish to extend your stay outside the event dates, you can still use Google's preferred rate from September 25, 2017 through October 1, 2017.
Is ground transportation provided?

Ground transportation to and from the airport or to the event venue is not included or arranged by Google. We recommend to take public transportation, ride-sharing services or a taxi to get around.

Here are our suggestions for getting to Manhattan from the three airports in the New York City area:

JFK:
  • Uber or Lyft is usually $50-$80 one way and takes around 60 minutes to get to Manhattan (depends on time of day)
  • Taxis are usually $50-$60 one way and takes around 30 minutes to get to Manhattan (depends on time of day)
EWK:
  • Uber or Lyft is usually $30-$50 one way and takes around 30 minutes to get to Manhattan (depends on time of day)
  • Taxis are usually $30-$50 one way and takes around 40 minutes to get to Manhattan (depends on time of day)
LGA:
  • Uber or Lyft is usually $30-$50 one way and takes around 30 minutes to get to Manhattan (depends on time of day)
  • Taxis are usually $30-$50 one way and takes around 60 minutes to get to Manhattan (depends on time of day)
How do I get a Visa letter from Google to enter the United States?

Please fill out this form, a B1 Letter of Invitation from Google Inc. at least 8 weeks ahead of the event. We'll get back to you within two business days.

Miscellaneous

Can I bring a guest to the event?
Unfortunately, no. Your invitation to the Google Partner Summit will be for one person only and is non-transferable.
Can I make special dietary requests?
Yes, please make sure to indicate your special meal requests when you register.
Can I take photos or record videos at the event?
During most parts of the event, you'll be free to take pictures and videos as you please. You'll also be permitted to share these pictures and videos on social media using the hashtag #GooglePartnerSummit. We'll let you know if certain sessions are closed for pictures or videos prior to the session.
What will the weather be like in New York this time of year?
Expect the weather to be in the high-60s during the day and low 50s in the evenings. Always have a jacket!
What's the dress code?
Dress like you would for a typical day of work — business casual works just fine!
Will Google provide food at the summit?
We provide complimentary meals for the duration of the event, including breakfast, lunch & dinner on September 28.

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