Advertising Week, billed as one of the world’s largest gatherings of media, marketing, and tech leadership from around the globe, has chosen Shutterstock as the firm’s exclusive photography partner for all of the organization’s events in 2022.
Shutterstock, a company that has made more than a few big moves in the past few years in the competitive stock imagery and video market, will “will capture thousands of hybrid functions across seven keystone events, providing images and footage of world-class thought leaders, keynotes, brand activations, fireside chats and performances” according to a press release from Advertising Week.
Vice President of Editorial at Shutterstock Candice Murray said of the partnership, “We are thrilled to expand upon our alliance with Advertising Week in what will be our strongest global editorial partnership yet…We believe in the power of inspiration through education. We are excited to showcase electrifying thought leadership, capturing the trailblazers, industry experts and innovative thinkers across the many upcoming Advertising Week events in 2022.”
This also isn’t the first time the two have worked together, naturally.
“Shutterstock has been our trusted partner for years with a strong record of excellence, and we are thrilled to be working with an internationally renowned creative company who are best in class as we embark on this global journey together…We are looking forward to sharing the high-quality content they capture at our cornerstone events with not only our robust Advertising Week community, but also with Shutterstock customers around the world,” commented Matt Scheckner, Global Chief Executive Officer at Advertising Week.
Aside from its numerous events, Advertising Week also provides a variety of resources and educational opportunities for members and the public throughout the year and online. Similar to many other companies that rely upon public events, the past two years made it difficult for them to host live events thus making 2022 both a return to form and much-needed normalcy in many ways.
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