Judd Antin — Airbnb
A social psychologist named one of MIT Technology Review's top 35 innovators under 35, Judd was Research Manager at Facebook before joining Airbnb.
A private event for leaders inspiring insight-led strategy, innovation and growth in organizations large and small.
1 day. 50 insights leaders. Hundreds of ideas that will increase the visibility and value of your team.
Insights50 is small and senior by design. Its reason for being is to provide camaraderie at a very senior level by uniting a high value network of leaders in consumer insights, market research and analytics. Against the backdrop of a future focused itinerary, you’ll engage in debate, conversation and thinking that will reveal where to take your business next, how to recharge your team and position insights as a strategic force across your entire organization.
Leaders from Neiman Marcus, Sanofi and AirBnb share candid perspectives on moving from big data to human data, reveal the DNA of future insights units and creating iLabs to pioneer new technology. Learn how consumer views are changing and becoming increasingly complex across financial, social and political issues.
Participation is limited to fifty executives who lead corporate research, insights and/or analytics departments. The Insight50 community asks for a commitment from every participant to contribute to the conversation and enrich the network by extending an invitation to industry peers who would benefit from this experience. In order to register with VIP acces, please request a code below.
Simon Chadwick is the Managing Partner of Cambiar, a management consulting company dedicated to the market research industry. Before founding Cambiar in 2004, Simon was Global CEO of NOP World, a $400 million market research and consulting company.
Scott heads the Neiman Marcus Innovation Lab (iLab), where he is responsibile for researching, testing and piloting new technologies and applications for luxury retail. The iLab acts as a center of excellence and collaboration for the innovation process at the Neiman Marcus Group by connecting the business, I.S.
John enjoyed a rewarding career at Procter & Gamble that spanned two decades. Through diverse roles in International Operations, Strategic Sourcing and Design & Innovation organizations, John’s work touched every brand, category, function and region at some point in his tenure.
Aaron is a founding partner and managing principal of Capsule, where he leads brand development, strategy, research and naming for clients. He has over 20 years of consulting experience in marketing, branding and retail strategy for a range of brands, including Herman Miller, Jack Daniels, Target, SmartWool and 3M. Recently, he co-authored the book The Physics of Brand, which explores the science of branding and design through physics principles. He has spoken on brand, design and entrepreneurship for the University of St. Thomas, University of MN, the American Marketing Association, and more. Aaron has a BA in marketing management from the University of St. Thomas and an MBA from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.
Robert is a data-driven strategist and author who frequently speaks and writes on market research. He is one of the authors of "Leading Edge Marketing Research" and has written extensively on the future of the industry.
Bruce writes a column on thought leaders who are changing the business landscape. He is the Chief Insights Officer for Forbes Media responsible for managing Forbes' Insights thought leadership research division, as well as the Forbes CMO Practice.
For Tricia Wang, human behavior is an unending source of new and perplexing questions. With astronaut eyes and ethnographer curiosity, Tricia’s work as an ethnographer sits at the intersection of technology and design.