Ware Malcomb Project Awarded 2022 Oshawa Urban Design Award Of Excellence By City Of Oshawa

Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, announced one of its projects, 1121 and 1147 Thornton Road South, has been awarded the 2022 Oshawa Urban Design Award of Excellence by the City of Oshawa.

The project consists of two multi-unit industrial buildings designed for Panattoni Development Company Canada. The buildings, totaling more than 630,000 square feet are situated on a 27-acre site at 1121 and 1147 Thornton Road South, in Oshawa, Ontario.

“We are proud to have worked closely with Panattoni Development to design innovative, flexible structures that support employee wellbeing and are a source of pride for this city. said Frank Di Roma, Principal for Ware Malcomb. “We are in good company on this year’s list and congratulate all the winners.”

With a focus on occupant wellbeing and comfort, the design ensures natural light flows into the warehouses through large, punched out windows. The rear building loading docks feature covered canopies that provide shelter from the natural elements. Drive-in doors and mechanical louvers allow natural air to flow through the warehouses. To create an environment that is accessible and useable by all, all entrances have barrier-free access and on-site bike racks to accommodate cyclists.

The development’s modern exterior design features a blend of white precast ribbed panels that includes curtain walls and ACM panels at the main entrances and midpoint of the building. The main entrances have a controlled blend of massing between the ACM panels and curtain walls. The building exterior features bronze, deep blue and silver ACM paired with bronze spandrel panels and bronze vision glass. The land between the two buildings was maximized with the creation of a functional shared courtyard for loading docks and trailer parking that is screened from the main road.

To boost energy efficiency, the buildings feature white roofs, precast panels made with a blend of recycled concrete, LED wall/packs, LED poles and a full sprinkler system. The site is enhanced by drought-resistant landscape design that reduces water consumption.

The 2022 Urban Design Award of Excellence awards, hosted by the City of Oshawa, celebrate projects that show excellent design and enhance Oshawa’s image. They acknowledge the contributions that architects, landscape architects, urban designers, planners, developers, and builders make to Oshawa’s appearance and quality of life. Eleven local projects were honored as 2022 winners and the list can be viewed here.

About Ware Malcomb (waremalcomb.com)

Established in 1972, Ware Malcomb is a contemporary and expanding full service design firm providing professional architecture, planning, interior design, civil engineering, branding and building measurement services to corporate, commercial/residential developer and public/institutional clients throughout the world. With office locations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil, the firm specializes in the design of commercial office, corporate, industrial, science & technology, healthcare, retail, auto, public/institutional facilities and renovation projects. Ware Malcomb is recognized as an Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private company and a Hot Firm by Zweig Group. The firm is also ranked among the top 30 architecture/engineering firms in Engineering News-Record’s Top 500 Design Firms and the top 30 interior design firms in Interior Design magazine’s Top 100 Giants. For more information, visit http://www.waremalcomb.com/news and view Ware Malcomb’s Brand Video at youtube.com/waremalcomb.

Jacqueline Adler Named Director of Wealth Planning at Spinnaker Investment Group

20-year financial industry veteran Jackie Adler has joined Spinnaker Investment Group as Director of Wealth Planning, announced Morgan Christen, CEO and Chief Investment Officer. In her new role, Adler will develop personalized financial planning strategies for the firm’s clients, with a special focus on advising women on achieving their financial goals.  She will continue to service her clientele in both Arizona and New York.

“We are delighted to have Jackie join our team,” Christen said. “Her leadership and deep commitment to empowering women make for a perfect fit with our team, our client base and our community. 

Adler specializes in holistic financial planning, wealth management, protection strategies and multigenerational planning. As a CFP® practitioner, she has worked at some of the world’s top financial institutions including Mass Mutual, TIAA, Fidelity Investments and Mercer Global Advisors. 

Her passion for helping women during major life transitions compelled her to attain the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ (CDFA) designation, which allows her to act as a financial advocate throughout divorce proceedings and help women move forward with a sound plan and purpose. 

Jackie earned her Bachelor of Science from the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management and currently serves on the board of the National Council of Jewish Women. 

Recognized as one of Orange County’s fastest-growing privately owned small businesses, Spinnaker Investment Group currently has over $500 million in assets under management. The firm’s approach to client success is to combine carefully researched wealth management guidance and a wealth of human capital, with a style that is both ‘high-touch’ and ‘high-tech.’  

Spinnaker serves a broad customer base throughout Southern California, as well as many clients throughout the United States. An independent practice that does not represent a specific company, bank or Wall Street institution, Spinnaker confidently and autonomously advises clients with individually tailored financial strategies designed to achieve financial independence. The firm’s services include Financial Planning, Wealth Planning, Retirement Planning, Asset Management, Securities and Insurance. For more information, visit www.SpinnInvest.com

Helio Genomics Receives “Company of the Year” Award from Frost & Sullivan 

Acknowledging Helio’s potential to revolutionize liver cancer early detection.

Helio Genomics, the company behind the HelioLiver Test, has been awarded “North American Company of the Year in Liver Cancer Early Detection with Liquid Biopsy” by Frost and Sullivan. 

Frost & Sullivan’s Company of the Year Award is its top honor. It recognizes the market participant that exemplifies innovation, performance, and unrivaled customer care. Before giving the award, Frost & Sullivan analysts assess: 

  • How the company addresses unmet needs
  • Visionary scenarios through megatrends
  • Leadership focus
  • Financial performance
  • Best practices implementation 
  • Price/performance value 
  • Brand equity 
  • And more

Helio’s vision centers on detecting cancer early to save lives and improve treatment options. It connects domain and operational knowledge with technology to help individuals check for cancer quickly, early, and often – giving them the best chance at not only survival, but access to curative treatment options. 

The company’s scientific team employs a multi-dimensional approach, leveraging AI and machine learning to recognize distinctive and proprietary DNA signatures. They then combine these signatures with protein biomarkers to predict cancer presence as early as Stage I, where patients still have access to curative treatment options.. 

Helio Genomic’s unique integration of multi-modal and multi-omics data generates deeper and richer biological insights. This can provide essential knowledge on how cancer exists and evolves, advancing precision medicine to guide diagnosis, treatment guidance, and disease monitoring. 

The flagship product, HelioLiverTM, is a multi-analyte blood test for the early detection of liver cancer. It leverages the company’s novel technology platform for analyzing  cell-free DNA methylation patterns and serum protein markers to detect early-stage hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) from a simple blood draw. By being easy to use, accessible, more sensitive than traditional blood tests that only use a single marker, HelioLiver can change the dynamic of the liver cancer landscape and flip the scales from late to early diagnosis.

“Detecting cancer early is the key to defeating it,” says Helio Genomics CEO, Justin Li. “Many screening methods are inconvenient, expensive, and unclear. Our goal is to make finding cancer as easy as a simple blood draw. Every patient deserves the best possible chance at beating their disease – and that’s what we’re giving them.” 

Frost & Sullivan believes Helio is in a prime position to drive liver cancer early detection with liquid biopsy and become a leader in the LBx (liquid biopsy) market in the coming years.

“HelioLiver provides richer biological data than competing technologies, delivering greater test sensitivity and specificity,” Says Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Research Analyst, Supriya Lala. “Simultaneously, by enabling early cancer detection, the test eliminates the potential need for expensive therapies and diagnostics (at late-stage detection), lowering the overall cost burden of the healthcare economy.” 

About Helio Genomics 

Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Irvine, California, Helio Genomics is a cancer diagnostics technology and tests developer. The company focuses on developing and advancing cutting-edge AI-enabled technologies to detect and screen cancer at its earliest stage. To learn more, please visit https://heliogenomics.com/.

Tompkins Robotics Adds Legal Counsel and  Business Development Executives to its Leadership Team

Tompkins Robotics, a global leader focused on the robotic automation of distribution and fulfillment operations, has announced two new leaders to its executive team in response to company growth. Pat Mathavan has joined the company as Legal & Intellectual Property (IP) Counsel, and Michael Carmody was named Vice President of Robots as a Service (RaaS) Business Development & Sales.

In his new role, Mathavan is responsible for all legal matters for Tompkins Robotics and manages the company’s IP portfolio, which includes preparation and prosecution of patent applications and trademark applications worldwide. Previously, he held in-house IP/Patent attorney roles at Vesuvius Corporation, IBM, and at various law firms specializing in intellectual property. 

Pat earned his J.D. with a specialization in Intellectual Property Law from Quinnipiac University School of Law, his MBA from Southern Connecticut State University, and his B.S. from SUNY Maritime College. He is admitted to the North Carolina and Connecticut bars and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He is also a Registered Engineer-in-Training (EIT) in New Hampshire, and currently pursuing his MEng in electrical and computer engineering from North Carolina State University.

As Vice President of RaaS Business Development and Sales, Michael Carmody brings more than 24 years of Supply Chain expertise deploying engineered solutions and technology applications across North America and Mexico. With a focus on the third-party logistics market, Michael is tasked to chart a compelling roadmap for the Robots as a Service subscription offerings recently unveiled by the company.  

Prior to joining Tompkins Robotics, Carmody led 3PL Business Development for AutoStore North America; delivered software transformation as Principal Consultant in transportation system implementations with enVista, and led cloud TMS implementations for MercuryGate. Carmody has established a track record of effective supply chain design and optimization success across Fortune 500 networks. Michael is fluent in English, with working Spanish skills.

Carmody is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a Masters in Geography focused on logistic networks optimization and earned a Bachelors from Carthage College. Additionally, he co-founded a non-profit organization providing supply chain leverage for smaller organizations helping communities rebuild after natural disasters.

About Tompkins Robotics

Tompkins Robotics is a global leader focused on the robotic automation of distribution and fulfillment operations. Our primary system, tSort, consists of autonomous mobile robots that sort a wide range of items and parcels to consolidation points for order fulfillment, store replenishment, returns, parcel distribution – virtually any process in the supply chain. tSort is a truly modular, scalable, and portable robotic sortation system that helps build world-class supply chains while providing unmatched flexibility and throughput.  Tompkins Robotics’ solutions maximize performance, making our clients more agile, adaptable, profitable, and successful in today’s dynamic marketplace.  For more information, visit https://tompkinsrobotics.com.

ViewSonic Celebrates 35th Anniversary with Continued Transformation, Strategic Solutions and Ongoing Innovation 

Company Evolves with Display Technologies and “Ecosystem as a Service” Advancements

ViewSonic Corp. (https://www.viewsonic.com/us/), a leading global provider of visual solutions, celebrates its 35th anniversary. For more than three decades, the company has successfully transformed from a device company to a solutions provider and conducts business in over 100 countries worldwide. The company commits to continued innovation and collaboration with the development of products, services and sustainable ecosystems that support its partners, customers, and stakeholders. 

“Founded in 1987, our business initially produced monitors. We expanded to other product lines and achieved tremendous success in corporate, consumer, and education segments,” said James Chu, CEO of ViewSonic. “To respond to the fast-changing environment, we started to transform our company and develop solutions by integrating hardware, software, and services. With the vision to inspire the world to see the difference between the ordinary and the extraordinary, we will continue to partner with the industry more closely to accelerate innovation and solve our customers’ problems.”

The creation of products, services and ecosystems has led ViewSonic to have one of the broadest product lines in the industry.  The company is at the forefront of the hybrid work and education environments with visual engagement tools that encompass both hardware and software solutions. With a full range of products and services, ViewSonic assists consumers and businesses to improve communications, productivity, and flexibility. 

The 35-year ViewSonic timeline of solutions include:

  • 1997 – Launched the first LCD monitor
  • 1999 – Launched DLP® projectors 
  • 2001 – Introduced one of the world’s largest plasma displays
  • 2011 – Upgraded monitor line from CCFL-backlight to LED-backlit displays
  • 2017 – Developed ViewBoard® Interactive Flat Panel display 
  • 2018 – Created the myViewBoard® software suite which now exceeds over 6.5 million users
  • 2019 – Launched ViewSonic ELITE™ gaming line, OMNI brand followed in 2022
  • 2020 – Introduced line of Direct View All-in-One LED displays

As a leading solution provider in the education technology market, ViewSonic aims to transform education and support teachers with elevated digital learning experiences with products like UNIVERSE by ViewSonic, an immersive 3D educational environment. The ViewSonic “Ecosystem as a Service” strategy has led to the company partnering with governments, schools, and educational institutions to launch training and certification programs. By building a community of educators, a platform to share experiences and exchange ideas, ViewSonic has created an ecosystem within the education industry around digital teaching.

In its 35-year history, ViewSonic has received many accolades for its culture, corporate social responsibility programs, and innovative products. These honors include: 

  • “Best Places to Work” by the Orange County Business Journal, home to the ViewSonic US headquarters 
  • “Next-Gen School Solution Provider of the Year” from the EdTech Breakthrough Awards program
  • iF Design Awards for product design excellence
  • Editor’s Choice recognition from top publications 

With a channel-first and customer-centric mindset, ViewSonic continues to evolve and advance its product line, invest in the latest technologies, and create communities for educators, content creators, gamers and others across the various vertical markets that are inspired through visual excellence. ViewSonic will also continue to give back to the communities that support education and children with its ongoing partnerships with the United Way and Make-A-Wish. To date, the company has donated more than half a million dollars in money, products, services and scholarships to programs and schools around the U.S.

For further news and information about ViewSonic, visit ViewSonic.com and follow on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ViewSonicCorp/), YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/viewsonicvideo) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/ViewSonic) . 

About ViewSonic

Founded in California, ViewSonic is a leading global provider of visual solutions and conducts business in over 100 countries worldwide. As an innovator and visionary, ViewSonic is committed to providing comprehensive hardware and software solutions that include monitors, projectors, digital signage, ViewBoard® interactive displays, and myViewBoard™ software ecosystem. With 35 years of expertise in visual displays, ViewSonic has established a strong position for delivering innovative and reliable solutions for education, enterprise, consumer, and professional markets and helping customers “See the Difference®.” To find out more about ViewSonic, please visit www.viewsonic.com.

Loko AI Partners With Goodwin Co, Launches Fulfillment Automation Lab in Orange County

Loko AI, a pioneer in Autonomous Systems using Artificial Intelligence that aims to provide fulfillment and safety automation to the supply chain, logistics, communities and schools through real-time human behavior and risk management recognition, closed talks with Goodwin Company and launches a state-of-the-art fulfillment automation laboratory.

Goodwin, based in Garden Grove, CA, is a 5th generation, family-owned and operated bulk liquid packaging, and blend company. Founded in 1922 and celebrating their 100-year anniversary, Goodwin provides chemical blending, contract manufacturing, liquid filling and packaging, chemical bulk handling, product fulfillment and warehousing services. Goodwin operates two large facilities in Garden Grove and Atlanta, GA with over 500,000 square feet of manufacturing and distribution space and over 750,000 gallons of chemical blending capacity.

Goodwins headquarters in Orange County will transform into a real-time fulfillment automation laboratory with the Loko Advanced Projects (LAP) initiative. LAP aims to solve the world’s toughest problems across customer fulfillment operations, logistics, and supply chain solutions using machine learning and data analytics.

“As Goodwin looks to the future, automation and data analytics are key technologies that will help improve costs, drive customer satisfaction and increase employee success. Our partnership with Loko and the launch of Advanced Projects here at our headquarters is Goodwins commitment to continuously add value, innovate, reinvest, and pave the road for the next 100 years.” said Don Goodwin, President, Goodwin Company.

As part of the LAP initiative, Goodwin will be outfitted with the latest version of Loko AIs Caretaker system, the world’s most advanced AI computer vision tool. The system will autonomously monitor the manufacturing and product lines, collect human task metrics, detect potential safety and operational hazards, and display actionable data in a custom dashboard using IP cameras. New capabilities are in development for autonomous quality control inspection, human and machine interaction, path optimization and complete operational task metrics. Caretaker’s real-time data platform reduces costs by up to 70% and

improves productivity by up to 50%. Lokos technology is helping Goodwin achieve 100% visibility into their manufacturing lines and “Best-in-Class” service for the bulk chemical manufacturing community.

“Goodwin has built a legacy business over a century, that’s hugely inspirational and aspirational for us as a growing startup,” said Joseph Zaki, CEO and Founder of Loko AI. “The need for real-time actionable data on the warehouse floor is a necessity to unlock all of the insights needed to save costs and optimize for the future. Were incredibly proud to launch Loko Advanced Projects with Goodwin as our trusted partner and can’t wait for our customers to experience the lab in person here in Orange County.”

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About Loko AI

Based in Irvine, California, Loko AI is a pioneer in Autonomous Systems using Artificial Intelligence that aims to provide security and safety to the supply chain, essential businesses, communities, and schools through real-time human behavior and risk management recognition. For more information, visit Loko AI, and follow on LinkedIn.

About Goodwin Company

The Goodwin Company, based in Garden Grove, California, is a family-owned and operated bulk liquid packaging company that specializes in the automotive appearance, automotive additive, household cleaners, and industrial cleaners industries. For more information, visit Goodwin Company and follow on LinkedIn.

Introducing SOMM TV

SOMM TV is a food and wine streaming network launched in 2019 by SOMM director Jason Wise, Christina Wise, Jackson Myers, Diane Carpenter, Brian Reshefsky and Eric Esrailian.

The network has original shows including Verticals, Blind Tasting Sessions, Cellar Stories, A Closer Look, Winery Tours, Sommelier’s Notebook, and educational content. They also have a library of licensed content with wine and food films. Their flagship show Verticals, which takes viewers through the vintages that defined the winery or winemaker, premiered at the Napa Valley Film Festival in fall 2019.

In April 2020, the film A Chef’s Voyage premiered on SOMM TV, with 100% of the profits going toward the LEE Initiative’s Restaurant Workers Relief Program. 

In 2021, SOMM TV released a new reality TV competition show, Sparklers In 2022, Sparklers”was nominated for a James Beard Foundation Award in the Reality or Competition Visual Media category. In February 2022, SOMM TV premiered, “Saving The Restaurant.”

In June 2022, “The Whole Animal” premiered on SOMM TV. The Whole Animal emphasizes that “there’s a purpose behind every part of the animal.” Director, Jason Wise used the art of butchery as the “center of the wheel in order to highlight the farmer, the chef, the restaurateurs and how animals are treated.”

In July 2022 SOMM TV released their latest film, Auction Lot 288, the story of the world’s most expensive Champagne, featuring a bottle of 1874 Perrier-Jouët This film was featured in an article published by The Zoe Report about the most expensive bottles of wine of the year.

Previous movies from the SOMM team include SOMM, SOMM: Into the Bottle, SOMM 3, Wait for your Laugh, and The Delicacy, which premiered on the streaming service in May 2020.

SOMM TV was named by USA TODAY as one of “15 awesome gift ideas for people who love wine”.

It is available on all devices and smart TVs worldwide as well as the SOMM TV podcast network, which includes hosts Jason Wise, Jill Zimorski, and Shakera Jones, and can be found on all major podcast platforms.

Learn more about SOMM TV: https://www.sommtv.com

Palmer Luckey, Frank Luntz and over 50 other Speakers to Drift into IMPACT 22 Conference in Park City, Utah

The Anduril founder will release his interview on nuclear warfare, the metaverse, and more

October 4, 2022 – Irvine, California – From Friday, October 7 through Sunday, October 9, hundreds of nationally recognized thought leaders will gather at the Montage Resort, Deer Valley for IMPACT 22.

The IMPACT 22 conference, hosted by the Internet Marketing Association, is designed to spark inspiration and conversation between the most significant marketing minds of our time. It will feature a slew of in-person and virtual speakers – including Palmer Luckey, the founder of Anduril.

The event is expected to obtain over 200,000 views on Youtube and will benefit 4 non-profit organizations including:

  • The Literacy Project, an organization which addresses illiteracy at its earliest stage by teaching at-risk second-graders how to read.
  • California State Guard Foundation, an organization that is dedicated to supporting a volunteer emergency response force protecting California and its citizens from wildfires, earthquakes, floods, pandemics, civil unrest, and other disasters, both natural and man-made. 
  • Operation Underground Railroad. a nonprofit organization involved in the rescue of human trafficking and sex trafficking victims, with a special focus on children, and a wider goal of eliminating sex trafficking world-wide.

All are invited to attend the conference virtually and learn about a variety of cutting-edge leadership and marketing topics, developed by the over 80 board members that represent the IMA.

The many different speaking events will be broken down into six “peaks” over the course of the weekend. Each of these will feature a handful of well-known leaders in marketing and technology.

If attendees want to tune into specific topics, here are the six peaks and their subjects and speakers:

  1. Peak 1 – Journalistic Integrity 

(Frank Luntz, Mick Mulvaney)

2.                  Peak 2 – Generational Impact 

(Maxine Marcus, Paul Smith, Roland Hess, Victor Cho, Chris Norton, Dr. Melissa Batchelor)

3.                  Peak 3 – Emerging Technology for Global Good 

(Justin Li, David Latona, Lauren Peters, Jeff Vol;pe, Doug Frederick, Tom Peck, Nam Nguyen, Vince Walden, Torrey Ward, Matt Collins)

4.                  Peak 4 – Security, Defense, and Proactive Solutions

(Shawn Collins, Joseph Zaki, David Fernandez, Tom Sauer, Adam Coughran, Blake Resnick, Todd Brockman)

5.                  Peak 5 – Digital Economies, Web3, Blockchain

(Kevin Maloney, Johnney Zhang, Joshua Johnson, Robert Gran, Keith Laska, Maika Isogawa, Liam Grant, Jason Les)

6.                  Peak 6 – Marketing Evolutions 

(Andrea Ward, Greg Schneider, Josh Kreitzer, MC Sungalia, Claudio Ludovisi, Daniel Langer, Joe Megibow)

Additionally, virtual attendees are invited to watch the streamed “Startup Pitch Challenge,” which will feature a Shark-Tank-style competition between 9 startups. A panel of judges will select a single winner, but viewers will also have the option to vote for their favorite brand!

The Startup Pitch Challenge contestants will include: 

  • Buderflys
  • NecoTech
  • Objective Ed
  • One Health
  • Ooli
  • OrionOne
  • SampleServe
  • Tampa Deep Sea Xplorers
  • Leisure Project

For in-person sponsors, the weekend will boast an array of special events. The first day will include a gourmet welcome reception and dinner, followed by two days of culinary experiences, outdoor excursions, networking opportunities, and more.

Thought leaders speaking at IMPACT 22 both virtually and in person include:

  • Palmer Luckey, Anduril
  • Jay Symonds, Amazon
  • Shawn Collins, Stradling Law
  • Jeanniey Walden, DailyPay
  • Blake Resnick, Brinc Drones
  • Joseph Zaki, Loko AI
  • David Fernandez, DFNDR
  • Frank Luntz, American Political Consultant
  • Andrea Ward, VidMob
  • Johnney Zhang, USPC
  • Robert Towles, Ink Games
  • Justin Chen Li, Helio Genomics
  • David Latona, Tompkins Solutions
  • Lauren Peters, Salesforce
  • Nam Nguyen, Nom Nom Data
  • Jeff Volpe, ViewSonic
  • Doug Frederick, HealthCues
  • Claudio Ludovisi, Pepperdine Graziadio Business School
  • Daniel Langer, Pepperdine Graziadio Business School
  • Paul Smith, Tangram Interiors
  • Paul McGuire, Konex AV
  • Reggie Judah, TV Liquidator
  • Mick Mulvaney, Former US Representative
  • Tom Peck, Sysco
  • Tom Sauer, Miramar Health
  • Adam Coughran, Safe Kids
  • Torrey Ward, HK3
  • Vince Walden, Kona AI
  • Robert Grant, Ceyeber
  • Maika Isogawa, Webacy
  • Liam Grant, Integral
  • Chris Norton, Marriott International
  • Victor Cho, Evite
  • Roland Hess, Google
  • Keith Laska, High Alpha
  • Jim Steele, Salesforce
  • Joe Megibow, Bright Cellars
  • Tim Shank, Swarts, Manning, & Associates
  • Josh Kreitzer, Channel Bakers
  • Todd Brockman, PIKU
  • Matt Collins, MedLab2020
  • Mary-Christine Sungaila, Buchalter Law Firm
  • Dr. Melissa Batchelor, The George Washington University’s Center for Aging
  • Erin Levzow, Del Taco
  • Kathy Casdorph, e360
  • Nicholas Vandennieuwenhof, New Way Out
  • Don Yahn, Cushman & Wakefield

Sponsoring organizations include:

  • Evite
  • Snap
  • Miramar Health
  • VidMob
  • Pepperdine Graziadio Business School
  • HealthCues
  • Tangram Interiors
  • Marriott
  • MedLab2020
  • Indr
  • Montage Hotels
  • Sysco
  • Built on Vision
  • Helio Genomics
  • NuAxess
  • Nom Nom Data
  • Tompkins Solutions
  • Original Sprout
  • Hardesty, LLC
  • LS Carlson Law
  • ViewSonic
  • DFNDR Armor
  • Swarts, Manning & Associates
  • Farmers & Merchants
  • Evite
  • Konex AV
  • Buchalter Law Firm
  • Bright Cellars
  • Primior / USPC
  • Vet TV / Xperiential
  • Salesforce
  • Loko Ai
  • Boustead Securities
  • TV Liquidator
  • Delarman
  • Learn Capital
  • Channel Bakers
  • Kona Ai
  • e360
  • Cushman & Wakefield
  • Datanetiix Solutions
  • Stradling Law Firm
  • Hughes Marino
  • Virgin Hotels
  • MOON Ultra
  • CEYEBER
  • Ware Malcomb
  • Hawke Media
  • Snap
  • Rakuten Rewards
  • HK3
  • Google
  • KCOMM
  • + several other added organizations

About IMPACT 22 

IMPACT 22 is a thought-leadership conference hosted by the Internet Marketing Association (IMA). Some of the greatest marketing and technology leaders will be sharing their insights on best practices and ways to change the world.

Anyone is invited to attend IMPACT virtually. To learn more or stream the event live starting October 7, please visit http://www.impact22.live