Hello Gluggers! Get ready for the second Glug NYC 2015 event, Wednesday, June 17th.
Better than Networking, This is Notworking™.
Yet again we’ll be bringing you some experienced industry speakers who are ready to share their wisdom with you as well as a Q&A Panel led by Media Brand of the Year, The Drum. Join us for live art creations, tech demos, and, of course, an open bar.GET TICKETS
Tim Rodgers (Creative Partner of RehabStudio)
Born in Northern Ireland, Tim is founder and Creative Partner of rehabstudio – an independent digital creative-technology company based in Belfast, London, and New York. Tim creates creative and technology campaigns for global advertising agencies and brands including the Ace Hotel, Google, Last.fm, Red Bull, Universal Records and YouTube. Along the way, Tim and the team at Rehab have picked up Cannes Cyber Lions, Webby’s, D&AD pencils, a bunch of FWA’s and top 5 placement Deloitte Technology Fast 50. Tim was also voted one of the top 5 emerging digital talent in the Hospital Club 100. In 2012 Tim co-founded Robot Corp, a pre-seed investment company working with technology products and startups. The Robot Corp program is a set of workshops and services to help businesses with their brand, product design, and business model.
Trevor Cairns (CEO, LOVE)
Trevor Cairns started his career as a graduate trainee at textile company, Dewhirst, before moving in 1998 to a Senior Brand Manager role are United Biscuits where he worked in the snack foods category. In 2000 he joined Nike where he held senior leadership roles. During his 13 years at Nike Inc. Cairns was responsible for maximising relationships with some of the world’s most famous football clubs and associations and he worked on some of Nike’s most high profile campaigns, such as the ‘Stand Up, Speak Out’ anti-racism activity. From 2008 to 2012 he was the Chief Marketing Officer at Nike Affiliate brand, Umbro. Under his direction, Umbro was recognised as “Sports Brand of the Year” for the first time in its history and won ‘Best Use of PR’ at the illustrious Sports Industry Awards. He is credited with creating a value based entertainment marketing model at Umbro, developing and executing partnerships with Kasabian, Liam Gallagher and Chase and Status among others. Currently, Cairns is the Chief Executive Officer of LOVE. His role there is to lead the global development of the internationally renowned marketing agency, setting the direction for prestigious brands such as Haig Club, Johnnie Walker, Adidas, Tanqueray, UFC, and Levi Strauss.
Dave Palmer (ECD, LOVE)
Dave Palmer founded LOVE in 2001 and today is the agency’s Executive Creative Director. Palmer has been a leading voice in the agency from its beginnings as a four-man band to today’s globally renowned agency, with a team of over 40 staff, offices in both Manchester and London and over 250 awards to its name including D&AD, Creative Review, Design Week, and a Clio. The agency has flown up the industry league tables and is now 17th in Design Week’s Top 100. Today, Love offers a wholly integrated approach across advertising, branding, design, digital, and experiential. He is passionate about story-telling being at the heart of brands. Whether that is through product innovation (Haig Club) or experiential activity (Johnnie Walker Houses) to brand books (Umbro) or brand identity (One Direction), Palmer’s approach brings stories to life in a way that truly resonates with audiences. Love’s first major win was the Manchester Commonwealther Games. Palmer then went on to add Nike, Umbro, Comic Relief, Playstation, and Dr. Martens to the agency’s client roster. Before being part of the team that set-up Love, Palmer was a senior graphic designer at Tucker, Clarke, Williams from 1998. There he worked on Barclays, EMPA, and ITV. It was for the latter’s promotion of ‘An Audience with Tom Jones’ that Palmer and team won a raft of awards, including a D&AD Silver Pencil. Palmer started his career as a graphic designer at Dawson Design in 1992, moving to Buxton Wall McPeake in 1995. He is regularly invited to judge industry awards. This year Palmer was a D&AD judge for the fourth time.
Jim Bull (Co-Founder, Moving Brands)
Jim co-founded Moving Brands in 1998. He was instrumental in developing the innovative Moving Brands approach to branding, storytelling, and experience design which has seen the company become the leading independent, global creative company it is today. As Chief Creative Officer, Jim is responsible for the creative output of the business across its studios in London, Zurish, San Francisco, and New York. He is based in San Francisco, where he has creatively led engagements with Moving Brands clients such as Microsoft, Google, Sony, Apple, and DeviantArt. Jim is a regular keynote speaker and interviewee for creative, design, and business publications.
The Drum is the UK’s largest marketing website by unique views. It is also the PPA Magazine of the Year and the PPA Media Brand of the Year. What’s their secret? They beleive in partnerships, in collaboration and agility. Their passion is creative thinking. And their aim is to introduce those who have great ideas to those who are seeking them.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Yes. This event is 21+ and IDs will be checked at the door.
Will you check student IDs?
Yes. If you have a student ticket you must show a student ID.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes. As long as the person is 21+ with a valid ID.GET TICKETS