Hal Riney Dinner and Silent Auction

The San Francisco Bay Area continues to be the world's epicenter for technology and innovation. Nowhere is that more true than in marketing.  New digital technologies along with social and mobile platforms are changing consumer behavior at an unprecedented rate. Bay Area thought leaders and entrepreneurs are literally changing marketing around us.  All of these new success stories benefit from the heritage of innovative people and companies that have created the foundation for our industry here in SF today. 

Seven years ago, sfBIG introduced the Hal Riney Icons of Marketing Award to recognize the amazing, talented people who have helped contribute to and create this legacy of innovation that we are able to benefit from in our industry today.  We named the event in recognition of the late Hal Riney, who's agency was really the first to put San Francisco creativity and innovation on the map for marketers across the country. 

To date, we have had the opportunity to celebrate and recognize amazing leaders from across our industry.  In our first year, we recognized Jeff Goodby, founder of Goodby Silverstein who shared his experiences working for his mentor Hal.  Other recipients have included; Louis Rossetta and Jane Metcalf, founders of Wired Magazine, Deborah Contrad, CMO of Intel, John Battelle, Author, organizer of Web 2.0 and founder of Federated Media, Tom Bedecarre, Chairman of AKQA and President of WPP Ventures and last year Larry Kramer President and Publisher of USA Today.

The evening will be hosted at the spectacular San Francisco City Club. A dinner and silent auction will fulfill the night's festivities as well as the ceremony of presenting the next Hal Riney Icons of Marketing Award.


Please join us on Thursday, November 19, 2015 to celebrate and recognize our next addition to the Hal Riney Icons of Marketing.


Warm Regards,

-sfBIG HQ 


Individual Tickets are SOLD OUT

Group(s): sfBig Events


Thu, Nov. 19, 2015
6 p.m. - 10 p.m.
(GMT-0700) US/Pacific

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City Club
155 Sansome St
San Francisco, CA 94104
United States