We announced the return of TAP Conference a few weeks ago, and already this year’s event is shaping up to be one of the biggest mobile conferences to date.
We’ll have some of the most forward thinking people in digital speaking; Lisa Gersh, CEO of Goop, and Margaret Stewart, VP of Product Design at Facebook, for example, will be giving talks this year.
Lisa Gersh is the CEO of Goop, and previously was the President and CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. In addition, she co-founded Oxygen Media, LLC and served as the President and COO. Her work, creating and re-energizing media companies, has been a hallmark example of the ways you can elevate and reimagine a brand. She even recently led the rollout of a Goop skincare product. Lisa will, in a fireside chat, speak to her unique experiences leading these media juggernauts, especially in how they’ve approached the mobile challenge.
As a Vice President of Product Design, Margaret oversees user experience design for all ad products at Facebook, and has a track record of 15+ years leading design and research teams. She’s known for her work at companies like YouTube, where she architected the global redesign of YouTube.com, and for her TED talks where she shares her experience designing for billions of end users. Margaret will share her insights into mobile growth and design in her experience at Facebook.
Hear from Lisa and Margaret yourself by joining us at TAP this year! In addition to Lisa and Margaret, we have already confirmed a roster of leading mobile practitioners, including:
Heidi Roizen, Operating Partner, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
Jesse Middleton, General Partner, Flybridge, Co-founder, WeWork Labs
Gary Fritz, Chief Growth Officer, TripAdvisor
Sarah Frank, Editor-in-Chief, NowThis Media
Check out the full lineup on TAP’s official website.
Early bird registration is open until August 18th — so there’s only two days left to save $200 on your ticket with this discount. Don’t miss out on hearing from these leaders in mobile and more, on September 29th at TAP Conference.