In this session Steve Levy, COO Ipsos-Reid will tell you why he is qualified to speak on this issue, share with you some of his experiences, some of his observations and provide you with some recommendations
There are five MUSTS that presenters should adhere to;
Being an expert gets you a "seat "at the table, but it does not get you standing room at the front of the table. Expertise is no longer enough to be the person "standing" at the head of the table. To be in the standing position… to be on the stage, you have to have expertise, because that is table stakes, but more than this, you need to be interesting, convincing and dare I say it … entertaining. At the end of the day, if you want to be in the theatre, then you need to be theatrical.
Chief Operating Officer, Ipsos Reid
While starting his career in sales (at Xerox) and then brand management (at Mars foods), Steve Levy has been involved in the marketing research and information business in the UK, South East Asia and, since the late 80's, in Canada. In his current role he leads Ipsos Reid's commercial business which involves a number of specific responsibilities;
Most Influential Brand Global Initiative – Steve leads this initiative that takes place in 20 countries around the world and unveils/presents it each year at Ad week (Toronto) with a roadshow that follows.
In addition to his management role, Steve continues to act as team leader for a number of accounts mostly in the technology sector.
Active in the broader Business community
Loves to play Golf and Tennis
"Do you know what it is like to be the only man in a house with three women?"