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QUANTUM RECENT ENGAGEMENTS
:: Launched a trade publisher's new publication and web site aimed at hard-to-reach professionals
:: Business Development assignment for a medical newsletter company.
:: Structured and created an equity partnership between an international publishing company and a start-up publication
:: Created a custom publishing plan for a cable TV network
:: Provided general circulation and consumer marketing advice to a major consumer sports publishing group
:: Led the project to launch a website for instruction manuals
POSTS FROM BRIAN O'LEARY:: The opportunity in abundance, forsaken
Brian O'Leary is Principal of Magellan Media Consulting Partners and Associate of Quantum Media.
QUANTUM MEDIA'S CHRISTINE ARRINGTON LED 13 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ON ILLUMINATING BUSINESS VISITS IN LONDON
In March, Quantum Media Principal Christine Arrington led 13 Utah State University (her alma mater) students majoring in business to meetings in London. Sanjay Patel, who heads up Apollo’s entire European business, shared that Apollo recently concluded there is not sufficient “rule of law” in China, Russia, or Ukraine to justify making new investments there! Just when the rush to invest in China was barely cooling down!
The other eight visits also were filled with insights, from senior executives at Kantar Media, Barclay’s Bank, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, Now-Casting Economics, Government Digital Services, United Business Media, and Nike Town. For the full story, go here.
POSTS FROM AVA SEAVE
Ava Seave is Principal of Quantum Media. These posts originally appeared on forbes.com, where she is a contributor.
SREE SREENIVASAN, MET MUSEUM CDO
Sree Sreenivasan is the first Chief Digital Officer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where he manages the Museum’s multi-platform efforts in digital, social, mobile, video and apps. He is the September Media Guru at the Harvard Business School Club. The Media Guru programs are off-the-record in a "fireside chat" format with no Power Point presentations, so the audience can learn about things they haven't read or heard anywhere else.
Sreenivasan will share his vision about how the Met is using the virtual to enhance the physical, the role of social media and user-generated content, and how the institution tries to keep up with the latest technology and consumer trends. For more information, or to sign up for the breakfast, visit the Harvard Business School Club events page here.