February 22-26, 2016
Crowdcentric is a New York-based strategy firm that helps the world’s greatest people and organizations become more connected through collaboration and sharing. With a global community and local properties in more than 18 countries around the world, Crowdcentric's media division is positioned as one of the most networked and influential platforms in the social media landscape. It's largest media property is Social Media Week, a leading news and publishing platform and worldwide event that captures, curates and shares the most meaningful ideas in regards to how social media is helping us progress in a globally connected society.
CEO and Founder and Executive Director of Social Media Week
Toby Daniels is the CEO of Crowdcentric. He is an entrepreneur with 12 years experience in digital media, managing an interactive agency in London, helping launch Mint Digital in the US, and co-founding ThinkSocial and Social Media Week. He enjoys running, jumping, diving, and eating.
Managing Director, Events Division, Co-Founder, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric
Brian is one of the co-founders of Crowdcentric and leads its Events division. Formerly from the world of equity investment, he became an entrepreneur in 2009, Brian has headed projects spanning from architecting numerous digital applications, large scale Social Media Week events, while also managing SMW’s global organizer network. When free time emerges, you’ll find him playing ultimate frisbee, softball, squash and busting out some sets of burpees at Crossfit.
Vice President, Sponsorship and Business Development, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric
Michael heads up sponsorships and business development for Crowdcentric and Social Media Week. He brings more than 14 years of marketing and advertising experience including years in publishing and experiential agencies. An integrated marketing strategist at-heart, he’s always looking for creative ways to help brands innovate and close the gap between them and their elusive targets.
Vice President, Design and Technology, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric
Simon's professional career as a creative and a developer spans nearly 15 years in working with variety of design & web agencies, non-profit & political organizations and various e-commerce startups. Co-founder of hMAG, a lifestyle magazine and a social networking platform, and a published author of "Livemotion 2: A Beginner's Guide".
Director of Content, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric
Tyler is the Director of Content at Crowdcentric. Previously, he studied and worked in sports, entertainment, and events, and assisted with the social media and marketing efforts for Six Flags, the National Hockey League, the NYC Marathon, and New York University. Tyler has an affinity for sports, craft beer, podcasts, dog parks, and travel.