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Stephanie Gutnik to lead NewGen workshop at WOO Toronto Congress

By M4G Bureau - February 10, 2020

Bringing fresh talent into the space is essential for continued innovation, says Stephanie

Stephanie Gutnik, World Out of Home Organization, WOOOUTFRONT Media Consultant, Digital Transformation Stephanie Gutnik will run a NewGen only workshop at the World Out of Home Organization Congress (WOO) in Toronto from June 3-5.

Stephanie, who was one of the winners of the Organization’s first Rising Star award in 2018, will lead an ‘Elbows Out’ session for NewGen delegates.

Stephanie says: “The OOH industry has long been an underdog - complementing, supporting and amplifying the effectiveness of its counterparts in omnichannel marketing strategies. But as the advertising industry shifts to accommodate privacy regulations, fragmented audiences and proliferating touchpoints for engagement, OOH is coming to the rescue, offering marketers scale, context and unparalleled creative opportunities.

“Bringing fresh talent into the space is essential for continued innovation – and I applaud the World Out of Home Organization for taking the necessary steps to support career growth in the OOH industry via its NewGen initiative.

“My session, ‘Elbows Out’, is a collection of advice and learnings that have helped me expedite and enjoy my career path. When I first entered the OOH industry, I began writing a blog called ‘Leading Ladies’, showcasing how female executives achieved their successes. I am thankful to these mentors (including OUTFRONT’s own CMO Jodi Senese) for their guidance and look forward to returning the favour by engaging in a productive dialogue with the ambitious NewGen delegates at the WOO Toronto Congress.”

The NewGen delegate pass has been introduced to offer young, talented and ambitious individuals working in the OOH industry the opportunity to learn from the world’s experts.

More details on the NewGen initiative may be obtained from here.

 

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