Facetime with David Rubin, CMO The New York Times
Online Zoom Conference
This event is free for Virtual, Silver, Heritage, Professional, Heritage + Professional, Young Leadership, VIP Leadership, President, CEO, and Chairman members.
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YJP is excited to host David Rubin ( CMO, The New York Times) for a virtual mentorship roundtable discussion.
Attendees will have the opportunity to partake in an intimate and candid roundtable discussion with a group of 20-30 young marketing industry professionals.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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David Rubin is the chief marketing officer of The New York Times where he is responsible for enterprise-wide brand strategy, creative, and media, as well as audience definition, strategy and targets. His work at The Times has included the development of the award-winning advertising campaigns “The Truth Is Hard,” which premiered on the Oscars broadcast in February 2017, and “The Truth has a Voice,” which premiered during the Golden Globes in January 2018, and the most recent “The Truth is Worth It” campaign, which won two Grand Prix awards at Cannes Lions in 2019 and was cited by The Drum as 2019's 2nd most awared creative ad in the world.
He is also responsible for all acquisition and performance marketing, helping to propel The Times’s consumer business, which has surpassed 5 million subscriptions. He was named one of AdWeek's Brand Geniuses in 2019 and Business Insider’s “25 Most Innovative CMOs in the World” in 2018.
After 23 years of leading and building Peppercomm into one of the industry’s most trusted communications firms, that’s exactly what Ed did. In response to the transformative changes sweeping across the marketing and communications fields, Ed launched Hot Paper Lantern in 2018, a consultancy that fuses marketing and communications with business consulting and technology solutions to help brands thrive in a digital economy.
At HPL, Ed is responsible for overall agency leadership. He leads the firm’s business strategy and provides overall direction to operations, finances, new services development, client service, new business and overall agency strategy.
Throughout his career, Ed has been recognized as an industry leader; he was named to B2B Magazine’s Who’s Who list and was a finalist for EY’s prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year award.
He currently serves as a trustee for Drew University, and has played board and advisory roles with numerous organizations including the Council of PR Firms, YJP, the Montclair Art Museum, Little Kids Rock and MyGoodDeed.org.