Beyond rainbow merchandise, Delight campaigns, hashtags and donations, how is the marketing and marketing and advertising marketplace using significant methods to characterize the LGBTQ+ neighborhood?
Ad Age’s Town Hall tomorrow, Thursday, July 22, delivers jointly LGBTQ+ leaders to talk about what desires to change. The candid discussion will deal with how companies and men and women in the advertising and marketing marketplace can advocate for the community in 2021, the significance of investing advertisement pounds in LGBTQ+-owned media and where brands are succeeding—and exactly where they are slipping short—when it will come to inclusive resourceful.
As with our past Town Halls, the discussion will be driven by issues submitted by viewers. If you have thoughts, you can post them in the RSVP form.
Confirmed speakers include:
Michael Wilke, founder, Professional Closet Association (now AdRespect.org)
Mel Senecal, director of built-in production, Mojo Supermarket
Sarah Garman, team tactic director, Droga5
Damian Pelliccione, CEO and co-founder, Revry
Rachel Lowenstein, director of Invention+, Mindshare
Michael Kelly, co-operator and board chair, Equal Amusement
Loaded Ferraro, chief communications officer, GLAAD and executive producer, GLAAD Media Awards
Lucas Crigler, affiliate inventive director, McCann New York