John Lods, Arm Candy
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by Jeremy Fain
2y ago
For this episode of Hidden Layers, I connected with John Lods, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Arm Candy. Having recognized the opportunity for marketers to break away from the traditional marketing mindset of focusing mainly on audiences, thus limiting opportunities to optimize, John founded Arm Candy with the goal of helping companies shift to outcomes-based viewpoints. During our conversation, we dive deeper into why this shift is imperative for campaigns to scale, our assumptions for the cookieless future, machine learning AI, and more.   Follow Cognitiv: https://www.linkedin.c ..read more
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Special Edition Ep. 2: Women in Tech
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by Jeremy Fain
2y ago
Hidden Layers is back with another special edition of the podcast! I’ve passed the mic once again to my colleagues Justine Frostad, VP of Marketing, joined this time by co-host Jana Jakovljevic, VP of Client Success, to further the conversation on prioritizing, as well as promoting equality and inclusivity in the workplace. They are joined by guests Vanessa A. Vining, Chief Diversity Officer at VaynerX and Rachel Barsuk McGirr, SVP, Group Partner, Integrated Investment at UM Worldwide, for this special edition ..read more
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Special Edition Ep. 1: International Women's Day 2022
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by Jeremy Fain
2y ago
In celebration of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, I’ve passed the mic to my colleagues Justine Frostad, VP of Marketing, and Meredith Tehan, Senior VP of Sales, to have conversations with talented, impactful women in marketing and tech. They are joined by guests Joanna Marrollo, Head of Media & Director of Digital Marketing (North America) at Henkel and Yessenia Morales, Integrated Marketing Lead at Samsung Electronics America, for this special edition of the podcast ..read more
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Jim Jackson, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
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by Jeremy Fain
2y ago
My latest guest on Hidden Layers is Jim Jackson, Chief Marketing Officer for Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). As CMO, Jim oversees all aspects of marketing for HPE, with an emphasis of building a digital-first marketing organization and establishing the brand as the ‘edge-to-cloud’ platform as a service company.  Most people are familiar with computer company HP, Inc., but HPE is a relatively new brand for Hewlett Packard as the companies split in the two organizations in 2015 in order to be more agile and meet the evolving needs of their customers.  In this episode, we explore digi ..read more
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Burke Morley, Purple Mattresses
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by Jeremy Fain
2y ago
On the latest edition of Hidden Layers, I sat down with Burke Morley to talk about his work with Purple, the comfort technology company, and how he applies his industry expertise to his role as the company’s VP of Brand and Executive Creative Director.   Purple is probably best known for its mattresses, but in its five years, it has managed to revolutionize the sleep and comfort experience while bringing true innovation to the industry. I spoke with Morley about how the brand has been able to stand out in such a crowded landscape, as well as how they’ve adjusted their outreach strategy to ..read more
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Andrea Collins, Hippo Insurance
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by Jeremy Fain
2y ago
Lately, when talking to friends, the topic of insurance has come up a lot. Whether it’s the rising number of catastrophic events, from floods to wildfires to tornadoes, or simply an increased awareness of the need to be prepared in case of any emergencies, a lot of people I know are focusing more time and effort on finding the right insurance providers. So, for the latest edition of Hidden Layers, I sat down with Andrea Collins, VP of Marketing at Hippo Insurance, to learn more about the insurance industry and, in particular, how homeowners’ insurance has changed with the times.  Insuranc ..read more
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Josee Larocque, Burton
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by Jeremy Fain
2y ago
Summer may have just ended, but I am already looking forward to snowy winter days. My latest guest on Hidden Layers, Josee Larocque, knows all about that feeling, having worked at Burton Snowboards for 22 years. Formerly Burton’s Senior Vice President of Operations, Larocque currently oversees the company’s digital transformation on its journey to becoming a consumer-centric, digital-first retailer.    I sat down with Josee to talk about why Burton decided to make the transition from a wholesale business to also having a large direct-to-consumer business, and the challenges - and suc ..read more
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Justin DeGeorge, Nespresso USA
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by Jeremy Fain
2y ago
In the United States, Nespresso is usually associated with high-quality coffee - not to mention those George Clooney ads. This week on Hidden Layers, I sat down with Justin DeGeorge, the Vice President of Marketing at Nespresso USA, to talk about how the company achieves its mission of providing the best coffee experiences to consumers in a sustainable way, as well as what Nespresso’s experiences over the past year have been like.    As a largely D2C brand, Nespresso was well-equipped once the pandemic hit to keep people caffeinated in the comfort of their own homes. At the same time ..read more
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Andrea Brimmer, Ally
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by Jeremy Fain
3y ago
On the latest episode of Hidden Layers, I sat down with Andrea Brimmer, the Chief Marketing and Public Relations Officer of Ally Financial, to talk about how a bank that started in the worst days of the financial crisis would eventually become one of the largest financial institutions in the country, despite not having a single brick-and-mortar branch.    The biggest struggle for any new company, let alone a financial services company, is acquiring customers. I spoke with Andrea about how Ally has used its digital savvy from the very beginning to raise awareness and drive people to d ..read more
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Hayley Raymond, HelloFresh
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by Jeremy Fain
3y ago
Since the company’s launch in 2011, HelloFresh has carved out a name for itself in the meal kit industry, offering its devoted user base fresh, delicious, and easy-to-make recipes shipped straight to their door. For the latest episode of Hidden Layers, I sat down with HelloFresh’s associate director of brand and creative marketing, Hayley Raymond, to talk about the role that the company and its products serve in the marketplace, the secret to HelloFresh’s lasting popularity, and what to expect from the brand in the future.    I spoke with Hayley about how HelloFresh is able to foster ..read more
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