Mashable was built on chronicling the digital revolution. Mashable has +20M people following them and focus on the digital culture- and how tech interfaces in every aspect of personal and professional web. They use tech to figure out trends- for instance Velocity, their analytics tool crawls 200M sites on the web and figures out what’s going to trend? Whatsapp, wechat, Line are platforms that are big in India that don’t have much of a presence in the US.
Adam Ostrow, the Chief Strategy Officer at Mashable, joined as the 2nd employee in 2007, a role in which he directed day-to-day news coverage, authored +2,500 articles. Adam currently leads the development of Mashable's video program, publisher platform, branded content offerings, international expansion, and its licensing and distribution strategy.
Adam has been frequently quoted by numerous major media outlets, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, AdAge, The Washington Post and USA Today, among many others. Adam is also a highly sought after speaker and has made presentations at TED Global, Cannes Lions, CES, SXSW Interactive, Advertising Week, Digitas NewFront and Guardian Changing Advertising Summit. He's also spoken at events for corporations including Coca Cola, Disney, Verizon, American Express, Nike, Gillette, McGraw Hill, Yahoo, PepsiCo, Hewlett Packard and BMW.