The Digital Signage Virtual Summit
Ragan Virtual Summit Recording

The Digital Signage Virtual Summit

Recorded: Sept. 23, 2016
Price: $395
Member Price: $295

Congratulations! You‘ve convinced senior leaders to invest in digital signage.

Now what do you do? You must show your leaders digital signage ROI—quickly!

Attend our virtual summit where we will teach you:

  • How to create sustainable, powerful digital signage.
  • How to make the right arguments for digital signage to your leaders.

Learn from experts who have been in your shoes and built digital signs that transformed their employee communications!

Still not convinced?

Top five reasons you should attend:

  1. You’ll learn content best practices from the pros: Get employees’ attention with short, powerful messages!
  2. You’ll enjoy our summit’s real-time Q&A: Ask our presenters how to get the most out of your digital signage.
  3. You’ll be inspired by REAL case studies that show how digital signage became a vital necessity to these organizations’ employee comms.
  4. You’ll attend this summit without leaving work, at your desk!
  5. You’ll receive a certificate of completion.
Product Code: XVC-605
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  • Your presenters:
    Brad Parler 
    digital communications administrator at
    Blinds.com
    Ann Cameron 
    New York’s director of creative services
    Con Edison.
    Marcia Cummings 
    a writer and editor at
    Con Edison.
    Robert “Bob” Michelson 
    president and CEO of
    RMG Networks.

SPEAKERS

Brad Parler is the digital communications administrator at Blinds.com, the world’s largest online window covering store recently acquired by The Home Depot. A broadcast design and technology veteran, Brad draws on 17+ years of experience, one foot planted in video production and the other in internet technology. Brad got national industry attention with his innovative digital signage display pf important data in beautiful, easy-to-understand ways. He conceptualized, built and maintains the graphics and HD video-rich internal corporate communications network that includes more than 70 large-format displays and two large video walls.
Ann Cameron, Con Edison of New York’s director of creative services, manages corporate brand standards and communicates with 9 million people in NYC and Westchester County who rely on the company’s electric and gas service. Ann manages a creative staff of writers, designers, photographers and video producers and editors. Creative services also supports the company’s employee communications including safety and human resource issues. Before Con Edison, Ann spent 20 years at MTA New York City Transit’s marketing group, overseeing editorial, creative, and project management for the nation’s largest subway and bus system
Marcia Cummings, a writer and editor at Con Edison, communicates daily with the company’s 15,000 employees, including 8,500+ workers in the field. She has more than 35 years in communications, specializing in energy and chemical industries. At Con Edison, the company’s employee communications has moved from print magazines sent to employees’ homes to email, intranet, and, now, digital screens. She oversaw the roll-out of Con Ed’s digital screen network, and advocated the expansion of the network to the whole company.
Robert “Bob” Michelson joined RMG Networks, a global digital signage provider to 70% of the Fortune 100, as president and CEO in 2014. Before RMG, Bob was president of Share Rocket, Inc., a company that rates social media globally. From 2009 to 2012, Bob was an operating partner with Sterling Partners, a private equity firm, overseeing companies in technology, business and education. He was CEO of Goliath Solutions and division president of IXL, and worked in sales, marketing and senior jobs with technology and services companies. He began at IBM as a systems engineer and marketing rep in 1978. Bob holds a B.S. in Marketing and Finance from Indiana University and sits on the boards of several education non-profits.