PowerToFly Networked with Women Leaders from Three Impressive Companies
PowerToFly was thrilled to present an event featuring three impressive companies on September 25th in New York. Hosted at Cushman & Wakefield's Basis, the event featured tech talks with women tech leaders and allies EDO, EY and OUTFRONT Media.
Moderated by PowerToFly's Milena Berry, our featured speakers also took questions from the audience, were available for networking, and gave away fun branded swag.
EDO Inc. is an innovative leader in applying world-class data science and unique behavioral metrics to help its clients – marketers, TV networks and movie studios – generate greater value from their creative efforts and media investments. EDO was co-founded by actor Edward Norton and Daniel Nadler, the founder and former CEO of Kensho Technologies.
EY was founded as Ernst & Young and it's their mission to build a better working world. They provide insights and quality services to help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. Featuring 270,000 employees in over 700 offices around 150 countries in the world, in 2018, Fortune named EY as one of the "100 Best Companies to Work For".
OUTFRONT Media Inc. is one of the largest out-of-home media companies in North America. From Sunset Boulevard to Times Square, their diverse portfolio includes more than 400,000 digital and static displays, which are primarily located in the most iconic and high-traffic locations throughout the 25 largest markets in the U.S. OUTFRONT Media may be a billion dollar company but they have the feel of a small business.
Please visit our featured companies to learn more about their benefits and open roles.
Our event was hosted at Cushman & Wakefield's Basis.
A packed house!
The team at EDO.
The team from EY.
The team at OUTFRONT Media.
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