InfoSum’s Identity Architects podcast is dedicated to spotlighting individuals who have pioneered the use of data and identity to improve customer experiences across media, gaming, financial services, healthcare, and more.
Mark Evans: “The consumer is our boss”
Dunstan Rickard, ESL FACEIT: “We’re not data owners, we are custodians”
Keith Petri, lockr: “Competition truly breeds innovation”
Mary Keane-Dawson, KILN: “I would like to see it change in my lifetime”
James Cottee, Tripadvisor: “There's always going to be challenges”
Matthew Birkby: “There's no magic solution that's going to solve identity for you”
Lara Izlan, ITV: “No consumers means no business”
Dajana Manthey, Opinary: “In the end, it's about data quality”
Dana McGraw, Disney Advertising: “We want to do the right thing by the consumer”
Chris Hawk, Papa John’s: “There’s not a one-size-fits-all approach”
Stéphane Dugelay, mediarithmics: "First-party data is key"
Piper Heitzler, Amobee: “Put yourself out there”
Rowena Humby, Starcount: "Embrace the change"
Valerie Mercurio, InfoSum: “There is a better way for us to protect our customers”
Tony Miller, WW: "Own your own data"
Michael Schuh, Kroger Precision Marketing: “People need advertising that works harder”
Peter Markey, Boots: “It’s not an if but a when moment”
Klingel Group: “We need to create concepts of unlearning”
InfoSum founder Nick Halstead: “Collaboration without movement is a game changer”
Gaurav Shirole, Roku: Buy TV the way you watch TV
Karen Eccles, The Telegraph: A once in a generation chance
David Amodio, Channel 4: There's a need to evolve and change
Introducing Identity Architects