ad:tech is the original industry authority for marketing and media technology, where marketing, technology and media communities assemble to share new ways of thinking, build strong partnerships, and define new strategies to compete in an ever-changing marketplace. Read more...

Kirstin Falk
Managing Director Brand Innovation
Charles Schwab
Kalyan Lanka
Head of Strategy & Innovation
Simmons Research
Brian Katz
SVP, Audience & Purchaser Insights
TiVo Research
Michael Rosan
VP Sales
Barry Lowenthal
The Media Kitchen
Marianne Gambelli
Horizon media
Rishad Tobaccowala
Chief Strategist
Publicis Groupe
Laura Henderson
Global Head of Content & Media Monetization
How it works:
ad:tech deliver's immersive education through keynote speakers, timely topic-driven panels, hands-on workshops, product showcases and unparalleled networking to facilitate a deeper understanding and act as a catalyst for ideation and innovation.
For 20 years, Adtech has been the go-to event for the entire online advertising industry. It’s great to see the event reenergize and expand to cover the essential topics of today, including marketing tech, analytics, virtual reality and wearables, among others. I’m especially looking forward to hearing the keynotes, including the perennial thought leader for the industry, Rishad Tobaccowala.
Rich LeFurgy
During the multiple growth phases and roll out periods of our company, we've exhibited at ad:tech New York as a method to showcase our new products and services and reach a hugely diverse media audience.
Amy Sheridan
Blue Phoenix Media
Exhibiting at ad:tech is a must for marketing and technology companies who want to get in front of the right audience.
Ville Mikkola
VP & Head of European Office, YeahMobi
It’s important to be here because you can stay on top of trends, and connect with other people in the industry. The energy is fantastic to get recharged about what we do every day.
Dawn Wayt
Director of Marketing, American Greetings
My No. 1 advice is to try new things. This is the place to find out what you should be trying.
Jeremy Geiger
CEO, Retailigence