Last month we held the 2015 Global Leadership Summit in Las Vegas, where the leaders from Project: WorldWide and its agencies around the world come together. Held annually, this event provides a platform for Project agencies and their executives, new and old, to share the amazing work they have produced in the past year, insights into their organizations as well as learnings on their areas of expertise.
This year we also hosted six different panels ranging from Global Development to Millennial Insights to Getting to Great Work, and 13 breakout sessions covering everything from tips on pitching to experiential analytics. These panels and sessions provided an opportunity for the network to hear from an array of leaders from Project’s agencies and strategic partners as they spoke about their individual areas of expertise.
Day two kicked off with a guest keynote presentation by Ron Ricci, who is Cisco’s VP of Customer Experience Services, and co-author of The Collaboration Imperative. Ron shared his deep insights into how large organizations can best collaborate successfully.
We closed out the Summit with Project’s own version of the Oscars, the GEORGIE Awards. It is here that the best work from around the network goes head-to-head with the winner of each category being decided via Project staff around the world voting live during the ceremony.
Here are some photo highlights of the 2015 Global Leadership Summit:
Travis McHenry is the Marketing Manager for Project. With over six years in digital and social media he brings a plethora of wit, creativity, and experience to the team. A born and bred Texan now living in Brooklyn, you can find him talking menswear, whipping work in the kitchen or drinking coffee.