Thursday, April 28, 2022 4pm to 5pm
About this Event
Want to make an impact and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in entertainment, media, fashion, branding, or law? Join us for a career chat with Angie Byun J.D., Principal at AB WORLD, and Former Executive Director, Asia Pacific Business Development, Condé Nast Style Group (VOGUE and GQ) and Head of Golf Digest International. Angie founded AB WORLD, a global media and entertainment consultancy connecting leading U.S., Asian and international companies who seek to monetize their IP and brands on new platforms, expand their influence and reach new consumers through meaningful cross-cultural business opportunities.
Full Bio: Angie Byun is the principal of AB WORLD – a global consultancy representing leading U.S., Asian and international media, entertainment and luxury companies seeking to monetize their IP on new digital and social media platforms, expand their influence and reach new consumers through strategic cross-border business opportunities. Several of her current and past clients have included: BDG and W Media Group, TIME and TIME for Kids, Penske Media, Condé Nast, Panda Express and SuperOrdinary. Prior to starting AB WORLD, Angie was at Condé Nast for 13 years and held various executive level roles in new business development, sales and international licensing for brands like VOGUE, GQ, WIRED, and GOLF DIGEST – successfully launching and managing new editions, digital products, experiences, global advertising buys and over 100+ brand extensions in 30+ markets worldwide. As one of the most senior Asian American businesswomen in media, she is also actively involved in DEI initiatives and has a strong track record of leading diverse teams and bringing emerging brands and multicultural talent into the forefront of the media, entertainment, luxury and sports industry.
Angie received her J.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School, B.A. in Political Science and History from the University of California at Berkeley, and has also studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) at Oxford University.
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