BrXnd.ai is an organization that exists at the intersection between brands and AI. Our mission is to help the world of marketing and AI connect and collaborate. This event will feature world-class marketers and game-changing technologists discussing what's possible today.
Attendees will return to work the next day with real ideas on how to immediately bring AI into their marketing, brand, strategy, and data work. We hope you will join us!
We hope that you will join us on May 16th. If you have any questions, please get in touch.
Early Bird tickets are $400 until 4/1.
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BrXnd is the brainchild of Noah Brier. Noah has spent the last twenty years operating at the intersection of marketing and technology—first at award-winning agencies, and later as an entrepreneur. In 2011 Noah co-founded Percolate, the world's leading content marketing platform. Percolate worked with brands like Uniliever, GE, and Google and was backed by Sequoia, First Round Capital, and Lightspeed. The company was acquired by Seismic, the leading Sales Enablement Platform, in 2019.
Percolate's Transition conference was a celebrated yearly event with such distinguished speakers as Linda Boff, CMO of GE, Raja Rajamannar, CMO of Mastercard, and Geoffrey West, the Shannan Distinguished Professor and Past President of Santa Fe Institute amongst others.
Noah has been recognized as one of the most creative people in business by Fast Company magazine, as a digital innovator by Bloomberg Businessweek, and sat on the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council for Social Media. He built Brand Tags in 2008, an experiment in brand perception that was acquired by Solve Media and has written for AdAge, AdWeek, Contagious, and Fast Company amongst other publications. In 2019, Noah co-founded Why Is This Interesting?—a daily newsletter read by 20,000+ intellectually omnivorous individuals.