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The fifteen years since the launch of Napster have eviscerated what we once knew as the music industry. In the face of this free-fall, innovators within the music industry have had to re-think every aspect of their approach to marketing strategy.

The scary truth that every business executive must acknowledge is that any industry can be swiftly and devastatingly Napster-ed.

In this session, we will examine the how the re-invention of the music industry can inspire any industry to stay ahead of their Napster. With specific case examples and tangible tools, this session will both illuminate new ways of thinking and give attendees pragmatic ways of immediately applying this new thinking to their companies.

Topics to be covered include:
· Pharrell’s “Happy" and How to Design Hit Brand Experiences
· Avicii, Aloe Blacc, and The Age of Liquid Expectations
· Beats by Dre, Emily Dickinson, and the End of the Consumer Insight as We Know It

The session will be led by John Greene, whose nearly 20 year career has been inspired by how creativity and commerce can combine to create transformational business results. As Senior Partner and Chief Strategy Officer at Translation, John leads all strategic efforts and co-manages one of the fastest-growing and most influential marketing agencies in the country. With services that range from strategic consulting to advertising to new product development, Translation has been dubbed “The McKinsey of pop culture” by Businessweek. An alumnus of Kellogg’s EMP 70, John looks forward to an afternoon of provocative discussion and far more hip-hop references than have ever graced a Kellogg classroom.

The fifteen years since the launch of Napster have eviscerated what we once knew as the music industry. In the face of this free-fall, innovators within the music industry have had to re-think every aspect of their approach to marketing strategy.

The scary truth that every business executive must acknowledge is that any industry can be swiftly and devastatingly Napster-ed.

In this session, we will examine the how the re-invention of the music industry can inspire any industry to stay ahead of their Napster. With specific case examples and tangible tools, this session will both illuminate new ways of thinking and give attendees pragmatic ways of immediately applying this new thinking to their companies.

Topics to be covered include:
· Pharrell’s “Happy" and How to Design Hit Brand Experiences
· Avicii, Aloe Blacc, and The Age of Liquid Expectations
· Beats by Dre, Emily Dickinson, and the End of the Consumer Insight as We Know It

The session will be led by John Greene, whose nearly 20 year career has been inspired by how creativity and commerce can combine to create transformational business results. As Senior Partner and Chief Strategy Officer at Translation, John leads all strategic efforts and co-manages one of the fastest-growing and most influential marketing agencies in the country. With services that range from strategic consulting to advertising to new product development, Translation has been dubbed “The McKinsey of pop culture” by Businessweek. An alumnus of Kellogg’s EMP 70, John looks forward to an afternoon of provocative discussion and far more hip-hop references than have ever graced a Kellogg classroom.

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