View Your Schedule

Media Track Day

Tuesday, April 8
11:30am–8pm

Marketing, media, public relations have changed dramatically in the digital age. Join us to hear from leading experts who not only responding to the future of digital media, but are helping to shape it.

Hosted in several venues in Northern Liberties.

RSVP to attend the full day of events, or select individual events. LOCATIONS VARY based on the event.

Media Track presented by

400x400

Event supported by

400x400

400x400

400x400

400x400

Track Day Events

  • PR for Startups

    A lunchtime panel discussing lessons on startup PR and how to connect with the right PR firms in the future.

    Tuesday, April 8, 11:30am–1:30pm
  • The Future of Digital Marketing

    Digital trends that marketers, agencies, content producers, and startups need to know.

    Tuesday, April 8, 1:30pm–6:00pm
  • Media Track Day After Party

    Drinks and networking

    Tuesday, April 8, 6:00pm–8:00pm
Northern Liberties

Speakers

  • Brendan Lowry

    Brendan Lowry

    Brendan is part of the founding team at Curalate, the most comprehensive platform for marketing with images, where he leads marketing and PR. Prior to Curalate, Brendan launched Skillshare in Philadelphia and received his undergrad degree from Temple University in May of 2011.

  • Nicole A. Cashman

    Nicole A. Cashman

    Nicole, a Philadelphia native, served as PR Director for Bloomingdale’s in New York which led to her role as Director of PR & Special Events for 28 Strawbridge’s stores. In 1999, she opened a boutique PR firm and, in 2001, extended her business outside of the Philadelphia area and launched Cashman & Associates nationally where she is President & CEO and sole proprietor. She blends a comprehensive understanding of the entertainment, lifestyle, and hospitality industries with a highly creative sense of marketing to produce unmatched results. Cashman has worked with a roster of major talent and brands including Stephen Starr Restaurants, Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation, City of Philadelphia, Kiehl’s Since 1851, Rittenhouse Hotel, City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, Chef Georges Perrier, Comcast and more.

  • Jed Paulson

    Jed Paulson

    Jed Paulson is the Director of eCommerce and Marketing for Free People, a retailer within the Urban Outfitters Inc. family of brands. The brand has grown exponentially over the years and currently has 72 free standing boutiques, a thriving direct channel, and global distribution to thousands of the world's top retailers. He has extensive experience leading marketing, CRM and eCommerce programs at top companies across Silicon Valley, including eBay, NexTag, Electronic Arts, HP, and AT&T.

  • Erik Harbison

    Erik Harbison

    Erik is the Chief Marketing Officer at AWeber where he oversees marketing operations, vision and strategy for the leading email marketing platform. Erik has over twenty years of experience across all channels and disciplines within the marketing and advertising space. He has built award winning teams, campaigns and outcomes for clients in the retail, technology and CPG verticals. He stays connected to the Philly scene as an Advisory Board member for PhIMA and guest instructor for a first-of-its-kind marketing program at Drexel University.

  • Evan Kramer

    Evan Kramer

    Evan Kramer, Neat’s Chief Marketing Officer, is responsible for all areas of marketing, including customer acquisition, direct sales, customer experience, web and mobile services, partnership marketing, customer service, brand, market research and customer retention.

    Prior to joining Neat, Evan served as Senior Vice President of Interactive Marketing at LifeShield.com, the pioneer of wireless home security . Possessing more than 20 years of online and general management experience, Kramer specializes in interactive marketing, consumer web and mobile development and customer acquisition. He has helped shape, market, create or manage consumer web brands like Lifeshield.com (acquired by DirecTV), Kudzu.com, GoHoming.com (now HuBzu.com), VacationRoost.com, AutoGuide.com and EZprints.com (now CafePress).