Join Pinterest to lean into the future, explore their not-yet-trending report Pinterest Predicts, and see how creators and brands are collaborating on new ways to create.
We will cover:
● Pinterest Predicts trends report, building content for future trends.
● Brand and creator collaborations
● New ways to create content
This session is for Heads of Social, Marketing Managers and Media Planners.
By attending you will gain:
● Understanding of Pinterest and forward-looking trends
● Learning how to make your content shoppable
● New takes on content creation
Visha Naul, Director of Business Marketing, EMEA Pinterest
Visha is the Director of Business Marketing for EMEA. Prior to Pinterest, she joined Google to work across YouTube ads marketing and then went on to lead Industry Brand and Reputation for both Google and YouTube in the UK. Prior to Google, she spent twelve years as a marketer at Thinkbox - the marketing body for commercial TV. During her time there she led TV campaigns, large scale events and initiatives with leading Industry bodies in the UK. Visha is a 2013 WACL Future Leaders Award winner, and in 2015 co-founded the FUTURES Network to bring all winners together to support and inspire each other as they continue to develop into even stronger female leaders in their careers. Visha champions diversity and is a huge supporter of industry initiatives that recognise and celebrates women.
Mark Carroll, UK Creative Strategist
Mark is a London based Creative Strategist working across a variety of clients within Entertainment, Streaming, FMCG and Autos. Previously working at Creative Agencies and digital platforms he has helped a large portfolio of brands understand complex technologies and how to better use them to connect with consumers creatively and effectively. A strong passion for how today’s culture can impact a brand's future success.
Nick Hewat, Sales Director
Nick Hewat is a Sales Director at Pinterest, joining in July 2021. Before that he spent over 7 years at The Guardian as Commercial Director, and has held similar positions at The Telegraph, Virgin Radio and Capital Radio.