BRUSSELS—Creative guru Jackie Cooper, Tata Consultancy Services CCO and CMO Abhinav Kumar, and Mattias Rådström, head of the Electrolux PR Studio, will be among the speakers and panelists at our second annual ThinkTank Live event in Europe, to be held at the Event Brewery in Brussels in conjunction with our eighth EMEA region SABRE Awards dinner.
Cooper, who founded Jackie Cooper PR and later sold it to Edelman, currently serves as global vice chair of brand properties for the global agency, responsible for developing new products, concepts and relationships at the critical intersection of brand, content and partnerships. She previously served as UK creative director for the firm.
Kumar serves as chief communications and marketing officer for Tata Consultancy Services in the UK and continental Europe. He has lived and worked in Belgium, Chile, France, India, Switzerland and Uruguay and is an expert in cross-cultural communications. He is also responsible for Tata’s relations with the EU and national governments.
Rådström is vice president of global marketing at Electrolux in Sweden and leads the company’s PR Studio, responsible for the creative content of several of the company’s award-winning campaigns. Previously, he was director of media relations, and before joining Electrolux held positions at Hill & Knowlton and Veolia Transport.
The trio of speakers joins a lineup that already includes Christof Ehrhart, executive vice president and head of corporate communications at Deutsche Post DHL, and James Warren, chief creative officer, and Mark Pinsent, head of content and consumer social media, both from Weber Shandwick, who will address “A Structure for Storytelling: Adding Science to the Art.”
Tickets to the ThinkTank Live event are available at no additional cost to those attending our eighth annual EMEA SABRE Awards dinner - please contact Celeste Picco to book seats. They are also available, priced $250, from the event page, or by ordering below. Both the conference and the dinner will be held at The Event Brewery in Brussels on May 31.