Mimi Turner, Marketing Director, TheLADbible
Yoav Arnstein, Head of EMEA, LiveRail
Ed Couchman, Head of Agency Relations, Facebook
After reaching new heights in 2015, New Video Frontiers has grown into the world’s most influential video advertising conference, with attendees coming from across EMEA, the US and Japan.
This year’s event will bring together over 500 industry leaders for two days of learning, debate and networking.
Once again the focus will be on ensuring the top global speakers are discussing the most important and controversial issues of the day.
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DATA joined Twitter in November 2012 initially heading up the sales team.
Previously HE worked at Google for 5 years overseeing key agency relationships for YouTube and Display.
Prior to Google, he worked in in the TV media market, leading teams initially at Flextech Television and later Eurosport.
Dara is married with two girls, has a dog called Dave, plays golf rarely thus badly, cycles slowly and is addicted to TV boxsets.
After leaving school Simon decided that University was not for him and
joined the army.
This was followed by work in Venezuela, America and Australia before
returning to the UK in 1991 to start work on the 'new' Daily
Telegraph, which had recently been purchased by Conrad Black. Having
managed the launch of the Saturday Magazine in 1995 he decided to set
up his own publishing company, and in 1998 sold it to Tony O'Riley's
Simon then joined the fledgling Classic FM and within 4 years it had
grown into the biggest commercial radio station in the UK and the most profitable. In 2005 Classic FM and its parent company GWR merged with Capital Radio and
Simon became the Group Commercial Director. On the sale of GCap Media
to Global, Simon left and joined the early social media revolution
working for MySpace as Commercial Director. Simon joined ITV plc in January 2011 as Group Commercial Sales Director and recently promoted to Deputy Managing Director, Commercial.
In his free time he has rowed across the Irish Sea and walked to the South Pole, unsupported on both trips.
He has also led an expedition to the North Pole with 4 wounded soldiers and HRH Prince Harry. Simon completed his second South Pole challenge in December 2013 for Walking With The Wounded, a charity which he founded and he has raised nearly £3 million for various charities.