(Graham Brown mobileYouth) 1010 Youth: Greatest Minds in Youth Marketing 2010

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Earlier this year we put out the call for the greatest youth marketing minds in 2010. The thought leaders and practitioners that would lead the industry into the new decade. Here are the finalists from your nominations…

Whose your favorite?

Vote now for The Greatest Youth Marketing Mind in 2010:
http://www.mobileyouth.org/post/the-1010youth-awards/

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    1. Youth Research Partners’ 1010Youth Finalists Top 10 Youth Marketing Minds in 2010 United States Edition
    2. Doug Akin Mr agency that Mr Youth is a social marketing Youth was founded in 2002 as the antidote to traditional media burnout. Since then, Mr Youth has worked with some of the world’s leading brands to help them connect with the rapidly evolving and highly elusive consumer. Mr Youth develops strategies and campaigns centered around the modern media mix of word-of-mouth, social interactive and experiential marketing, with a strong focus on creating integrated campaigns that fully engage the audience. Click Here to Play Video Agency YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    3. Aaron Burcell Smarty Card SmartyCard is the world's first learn, earn and play experience to provide real, online and virtual rewards to the tens-of-millions of families that believe learning at home can be fun and rewarding. Created by industry leaders in family entertainment, educational content and toys, SmartyCard.com features age-appropriate content from supplemental education leaders Learnstar, Ignite and Learning.com, as well as the most popular rewards from Club Penguin™, Star Doll, BellaSara and many other popular family sites. Education YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    4. BJ Birtwell Armory Marketing The Armory is a boutique, non-traditional, marketing group specializing in helping brands reach, connect, and sell to Generation Y. We are a collection of innovative, free thinking, strategic minds with the belief that marketing can and should be benchmarked against how it impacts our client’s bottom line. We believe that the best ideas are a collaboration of a team’s consensus and that success comes from looking at solutions from every angle. We are a savvy team dedicated to the only thing that matters…measureable results. Click Here to Play Video Agency YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    5. Gregg Witt Premise Immersive Marketing The space is crowded with agencies and a lot of players look the same. They all execute youth marketing campaigns, claiming to know everything about youth trends and emerging platforms like social media app's, gaming and mobile. Some agencies are known for their extravagant road shows, while others focus on select niche markets. Many have strong technical skills, but very few involve their client's target consumer demographic from concept to completion, which ensures the approach is relevant with youth lifestyles and spreads authentic word of mouth. Premise follows this unique approach, and this immersive youth participation is built into their agency model at every phase. They call it targeting from the inside out. Agency Click Here to Play Video YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    6. Ben Smithee Spych Research Spych provides innovative solutions for companies seeking a better understanding of the Gen Y and Millennial market segments. They delve into insights and emotions, providing and unmatched portal to the psyche of consumers through Emphatic Youth Research. Respondents feel comfortable and relate naturally to their researchers because they are a team of young, energized professionals. They serve as the liaison between Gen Y and Millennial segments unleashing the quality of insights only obtainable through truly emphatic interactions. Click Here to Play Video Research YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    7. David Morrison TwentySomething The primary mission of TwentySomething is to help clients develop on-target strategies, communications, and new products. Through their vast array of client services, they can synchronize your company goals to the lifestyle reality of today's young adults. Research & Consultancy YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    8. Blake Mycoskie Toms Shoes TOMS Shoes was founded on a simple premise: With every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. One for One. Using the purchasing power of individuals to benefit the greater good is what we're all about. The TOMS One for One business model transforms our customers into benefactors, which allows us to grow a truly sustainable business rather than depending on fundraising for support. Students can raise awareness for TOMS Shoes and the One for One movement on their college campus by joining a TOMS Campus Club or forming one of their own. TOMS Shoes Campus Club Members host TOMS events with other students throughout the school year. Consumer/ Social Brand YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    9. Jonny Bauer Droga5 Droga5 is an advertising agency devoted to the brands that will shape the 21st century. They are a creative and strategic collective with diverse backgrounds and vast experience, specializing in ideas that influence, grow and generate their own natural momentum. They strive to be faster, smarter, better and more effective. And since every client is unique, so are their solutions. Click Here to Play Video Advertising YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    10. Josh Levine Rebel Industries Rebel Industries is a unique consortium of market-savvy, culturally-driven, connected individuals who reflect a fundamental shift in the way brands connect with consumers. Rebel develops and implements marketing programs that enable brands to contribute to — and become part of niche communities and consumer conversations. This new way favors action over “big ideas,” listening over getting the message out. Why? Because today consumers are in charge. They’re in charge of their own experiences, of the way they interact with brands, or choose to tune them out. The companies who accept that reality and adapt their thinking are the ones who are winning. Too many brands have been asleep at the wheel and the world has changed around them. Rebel has made it their job to wake them up. Agency Click Here to View Webinar YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    11. Dmitriy Katsel AdU Network AdU is a network that pairs advertising students from accredited universities with clients looking to reach college campuses. They deliver a unique, education-based presence for their clients, as well as the unrivaled opportunity for student advertising groups to create their own campaign for dynamic and well-known brands. Advertising YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    12. Mark Sperling Group Y group Y is the original and leading collective of professionals focused on Action Sports, Youth Marketing and Entertainment. Based in Southern California with a growing national reach, group Y boasts an active membership of the best and brightest these industries have to offer. Sharing insights from key decision makers at key brands, past speakers have included experts from companies such as Quiksilver, Burton, Oakley, Target, and ESPN. Through events, outreach and on-line presence, group Y takes the work out of strategic networking and strengthens the entire industry in the process. Action Sports YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    13. Josh Shipp HeyJosh.com Josh is a teen advice guru, motivational speaker, marathon runner, and undisputed guitar hero. With more than a decade of hands-on, real-world experience, Josh has earned an international reputation as a leading authority on teen communication that’s “in your face, but on your side.” Abandoned and abused as a child and raised in foster care, Josh has taken his past of hurt and neglect, turned it around, and used it as a catalyst for helping others. Seen on MTV, CNN, NBC, FOX, Comedy Central, and featured in the LA Times, his inspiring personal story and life-changing message has reached more than a million teens…and counting. Personal Brand YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    14. Lauren Berger Intern Queen Lauren Berger is CEO of Intern Queen Inc, an online internship destination that helps students find and apply for internships while also educating them on how to make the most of their experiences. Berger grew up in Clearwater, Florida and participated in 15 internships during her 4 years of college, hence the title "Intern Queen". InternQueen.com, reaches over 40,000 different students, parents, and employers each month. She has connected hundreds of students with the internships of their dreams. Berger has spoken to thousands of high school & college students at over 35 colleges & universities in 16 different states. Click Here to Play Video Personal Brand YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    15. Nancy Lublin DoSomething.org Do Something believes teenagers and young people everywhere can improve their communities. They leverage communications technologies to enable teens to convert their ideas and energy into action. They aim to inspire, empower and celebrate a generation of doers: young people who recognize the need to do something, believe in their ability to get it done, and then take action. Click Here to Play Video Social Causes YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    16. Roman Tsunder Alliance for Youth Movements (AYM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, connecting, and supporting digital activists from around the world. AYM hosts annual conferences, events, and trainings that link influential leaders in technology, media, private and public sectors with the some of the world's most promising digital activists. Click Here to Play Video Social Causes YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    17. Dr. Leonard Sender I’m Too Young For This! Cancer Foundation i[2]y The goal of i[2]y is to improve both survival rates and quality of life for young adults living with, through and beyond cancer, while empowering them to achieve their peak potential and get busy living through their survivorship. Click Here to Watch Webinar Health Causes YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    18. Pat Pedraja Driving for Donors Driving for Donors a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to enroll as many donors on the National 'Be The Match' registry; a data base of marrow and stem cell donors. Pat Pedraja, a leukemia patient began 'Driving For Donors' in 2007 after the death of a close friend from cancer. Click Here to Watch Webinar Health Causes YouthResearchPartners.com 1010Youth Finalist
    19. Who’s Your Favorite? CLICK HERE TO VOTE NOW for THE GREATEST YOUTH MARKETING MIND IN 2010
    20. NOMINATE NOW for the 50Youth Awards Top 50 Greatest Case Studies in Youth Marketing CLICK HERE or USE TWITTER HASHTAG #50YOUTH

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