Date and Time: Thursday, September 29, 2016, 2 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EDT
Summary: In this webinar sponsored by NEC, Jonathan Brawn, Principal at Brawn Consulting and Ian Dallimore, Director of Digital Innovation and Sales Strategy for Lamar Advertising will co-present “The Role Beacon Technology Will Play in the Future,” a topic that was also addressed by the Digital Signage Expo Advisory Board’s Advertising Council last March.
Presenter Bios: Jonathan Brawn is a principal of Brawn Consulting based in Vista, California. Before that, he was director of technical services for Visual Appliances, a firm that holds the patent on ZeroBurn™ plasma display technology. Prior to that, he successfully ran Brawn & Associates, a design build group serving the residential and commercial AV markets. Brawn worked alongside his father Alan in creating and building training programs for technical, sales and marketing development. He holds CTS certification and teaches courses at InfoComm, CEDIA and the Digital Signage Expo. He is co- founding director of ISF Commercial and a founding member of The Digital Signage Experts Group.
Ian Dallimore began work with Lamar in 2004 as part of the marketing department. A year later, he transitioned to national sales where he worked directly with OOH buyers and strategic teams for national agencies. Dallimore soon became Lamar’s first digital OOH strategist and developed what the company has become today. As director of digital innovation and sales strategy, he interacts with national clients, brands and agencies to devise strategic plans. He also serves on the Digital Signage Expo Advisory Board with a focus on driving the industry to stay relevant in the advertising world. Dallimore is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a bachelor’s degree in business marketing and communications.
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