Date: 11/17/2020
Sponsored by: STRATACACHE


Commercial office towers that used to put water features and huge artworks in their lobbies, to create an experience and both attract and keep tenants, have been turning more recently to massive LED video walls and projection features. The difference: if the owners no longer like the fountain, they need to fund a multi-million renovation. With digital, they can change a video file and completely reset the space's look, feel and experience.

In this webinar, industry experts will discuss how direct view LED and complementary technologies are being used, as well as the creative thinking, execution and implications behind project. We'll discuss some key projects and outcomes, costs and challenges.


A monthly series of highly-topical digital signage conversations, each Power Hour kicks off with an industry update on the latest in the digital signage realm followed by a roundtable discussion for a broad cross-section of input on these topics.  

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manolo_almagro Manolo Almagro
Q Division Leader 

  • Manolo has 25+ years of experience in retail tech innovation. 
  • He leads Q Division – a global team of consultants and tech experts who help companies find the right technology and accelerate innovation. 
  • Manolo is a named inventor on digital signage software patent #6038545 and was recognized by AVIXA as an inaugural Emerging Trend Fellow.

  • Amahl_HazeltonAmahl Hazelton
    Head of Strategy & Development
    Cities, Moment Factory

  • Amahl Hazelton joined Moment Factory in 2009, and now heads Strategy and Development for the multimedia studio’s ‘Cities’ division. 
  • A graduate of McGill University’s School of Urban Planning with a specialization in Place Branding & Competitive Identity, Amahl has led the development of groundbreaking media architecture installations that celebrate local, regional and national identity from LAX and Changi airports, to iconic civil infrastructure such as the Interactive Illumination of Montreal’s monumental Jacques Cartier Bridge, which earned the Smart Cities Grand Prize at SXSW 2018.

  • Cybelle_JonesCybelle Jones
    Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD)

  • Cybelle Jones is the Chief Executive Officer of SEGD (Society for Experiential Graphic Design). 
  • She has nearly 30 years in the experience design field most recently as Executive Director leading design projects ranging from interactive cultural experiences to art and historical museums. 
  • Some of her most celebrated designs include the National World War II Museum, the International Spy Museum and corporate interactive exhibits for Google, Johnson & Johnson and Coca-Cola.
  • Ms. Jones has received multiple honors including the AIA Award of Excellence and the Distinguished Member Award from SEGD.

  • Jeremy_Kolieb_2 (2)Jeremy Kolieb
    Founder & Principal
    Consumer Experience Group LLC

  • Jeremy Kolieb is Founder & Principal of Consumer Experience Group LLC (CEG), which is focused on enhancing the consumer’s experience by providing clients with the know-how to determine how and what technology to integrate into malls, retailers, commercial properties, hotels and more.  
  • CEG works with clients on the types of technology and features that should be integrated, and then works with major hardware and software companies to integrate the technology.  
  • CEG collaborates with designers and architects to ensure that signage is seamlessly integrated into the architecture, and also works with municipalities and cities across the US to obtain permits for signage that ultimately obtains an ROI.

  • David_Niles2David Niles
    Niles Creative Group

  • David Niles leads Niles Creative Group. 
  • His company produces, directs and edits original programming for numerous on air networks, consults for fortune 500 companies, develops new technologies and conceives, designs and executes large format projects from start to finish for companies including Comcast, Radio City Music Hall, Federated Department Stores, Panasonic, Walt Disney Imagineering and Madison Square Garden. 

  • Emily_WebsterEmily Webster
    Principal and SVP
    Creative, ESI Design

  • As a Principal / SVP, Creative at ESI Design and at the helm of ESI’s pioneering Media Architecture practice, Emily Webster leads teams at ESI to thoughtfully design how technology can be used to activate a space and tell a company story. 
  • Involved in projects from business development through to completion, she brings a strategic approach to the creative implementation of interactive technologies, and helps our clients create engaging, immersive and meaningful experiences that elevate their brand within the marketplace. 
  • She’s lead numerous award winning and iconic projects at ESI including eBay Main Street, The Statue of Liberty Museum, and The Beacon at PNC Tower. 
  • A sought-after thought leader in her field, she has presented at such high-profile conferences as Digital Signage Expo and FastCo Innovation Festival.

  • davehaynesDavid Haynes
    Founding Editor

  • Dave is best known around the industry as the publisher and principal writer behind Sixteen:Nine - an online trade publication that has covered the digital signage and visual communications business since 2006.
  • 16:9 has a global readership and generates 1,000s of page views daily.
  • There are more than 7,000 posts on 16:9, and the count grows almost daily.


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