Survata was invited to teach at the upcoming Cynopsis Measurement & Data-Boot Camp in New York on November 7th. Our VP of Measurement, Jon Stewart, will be conducting a workshop titled "Maximizing your Programmatic Buy". Measurement leaders from WPP, Facebook, Viacom, and Publicis will participate in this day-long event to build the essential, muscular foundation around how digital media is bought, sold, and measured.
This is Part 1 out of 3 written by our Market Research Ops Analyst, Jason Lee, on how Researchers can ensure they are writing their studies in the best way to get better data.
Today, OTT gives audiences more control over the content they consume. They pick the platform, the schedule and the genre of entertainment. And their numbers are growing. Within this changed landscape comes great opportunity for those who can stay ahead of the curve. Survata was invited to speak with our client, Branded Entertainment Group (BEN Group), to discuss how brands can build brand equity and measure their success in the OTT era.
Survata was invited by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) to speak with our client (Dynamic Signal) at their International Conference in Austin. The session "Viral PR: How Data Studies Inform News and Syndicate to Shape Industries" will take place on October 7th at 4:45 PM and cover how organizations can create, execute and pitch data studies that go viral and drive PR, marketing and sales success.
After our appearance last year, Survata returns to Adverting Week New York 2018. Our VP of Measurement, Jon Stewart, will be joining ARF’s Scott McDonald session on "Two Aspects of Data Integrity: Accuracy and Ethics". The session will take place on Tuesday, October 2nd at 2:30 PM and will cover:
Head of Operations at Survata, Katie Harper, sat down to chat with Scott Gorlick about his time at Uber, how to break into startups, and what's got him excited about the future. Gorlick joined Uber in 2012 as one of the first 100 employees and spent six years scaling the company's operations. After two years helping to run the Atlanta business, he moved to San Francisco to serve in a variety of business operations leadership roles. During his time at Uber, the ridesharing firm went from 10 cities to more than 500+ cities in over 70 countries. Since leaving Uber, Gorlick has moved back to his home state of Florida and is focused on investing in the next generation of startups.
Topics: Thought Leadership