Taru Jain, Founder & CEO, FutureMarketer
Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)
Date : October 03, 2017
Time : 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM
Price : $15.00
Hosted by Marketing & Communications Committee
What is the future of digital? Will it be shaped by social media, mobile, or another digital innovation?
No matter what the consumer trends are, the future of digital shares a common thread – the need for brands and organisations to digitally transform. In this session, you'll learn how some of the world's most innovative brands are digitally transforming their business and discover a proven framework to help you digitally transform your own organisation.
About the Speaker
Founder & CEO
Over the past 20 years, Taru has led large digital marketing agencies, helped clients reinvent marketing practices and operating models, built global brands, pioneered startups - a catalyst for positive change. He has provided Digital Marketing, Digital Transformation, and Change Management consulting and training to more than 5,000 professionals around the world. These include training senior executives at leading corporations such as Starbucks, Johnson & Johnson, MasterCard, Bloomberg, Sodexo, Credit Suisse, DBS, Oracle, WPP and Leo Burnett, among many others.
In addition, Taru is a digital coach and consultant for senior executives at leading multinationals. He helps them learn about ‘digital’ on their terms and identify the impact of digital on their business, as well as navigate the multifaceted change it presents to their organisation.
Before becoming a full-time coach and consultant, Taru held senior leadership positions in the world’s leading digital marketing and consulting firms. His previous roles include MD at JWT-XM, one of WPP Asia’s most awarded digital businesses and Head of Digital and Integrated at Y&R and Client Director at LBi Europe (now DigitasLBi).
Prior to that Taru worked with the Lowe (Lintas) group in India and London to help build Unilever’s global brands portfolio in Asia and then at the Global Category level.
He has lived and worked across three continents and helped clients from over 40 countries.