New York City | January 23rd
Why are some organizations able to innovate more quickly to deliver those experiences that will unlock business value? What sets them apart from the rest of the field isn’t some kind of magic formula; instead, they have invested in making experimentation a core practice across their business.
With the right combination of people, processes, and technology, you can build an experimentation program and bring these best practices to your organization as well.
Join us to network with industry leaders in experimentation and learn how to:
Date: Thursday, January 23rd
Time: 5:00pm-8:00pm (Food/Drinks will be served)
Location: AMC Networks Corporate Office
Address: 11 Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, NY 10001
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Becca leads large, cross-functional programs at Optimizely, including managing Optimizely's Optimization Program within the Product and Marketing organizations. She enjoys exploring, fashion, cute dogs and laughing loudly.
Tom Chuaypradit is the Experimentation Manager on the Insights Team at Kickstarter where he works across Engineering, Product, Marketing, & Design groups to maximize experimentation velocity and learnings. He leads this process in order to create better experiences for creators and backers across web and native apps. Prior to that, he worked in the same capacity in industries such as tech, fashion, travel & entertainment. He spends down time in Brooklyn with his wife and 2 crazy kids.
Jon leads the Product team at AMC Networks, where he builds consumer products across multiple brands including AMC, BBC America, IFC, Sundance TV and WE tv. During his time at AMC, he's introduced a culture of data-backed experimentation with a focus on solving user problems. Jon previously managed the product team at TuneIn, a global audio platform with numerous auto and consumer electronics integrations.
Yoshi oversees the engineering group at AMC Networks and is responsible for technical strategy and operations. He made experimentation and incremental delivery a strategic pillar of the organization to improve quality and accelerate delivery. He is begrudgingly learning to be a morning person because of his kids.
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