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NEW YORK, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — sparks & honey, Omnicom’s technology-led cultural consultancy, announced today the newest additions to its world-class Advisory Board; two new professionals join over 70 existing seasoned leaders to strengthen sparks & honey’s consulting work across key categories including education, employment, and the changing palate of a multicultural America, among others. The new Board members include CEO of Fly by Jing, a chef, entrepreneur and renowned expert on Chinese cuisine Jing Gao and Chief Education & Operations Innovation Officer at the Colorado State University System Dr. Becky Takeda-Tinker.
Started in 2012, the sparks & honey Advisory Board has been a key part of its culture as a Learning Organization, further cementing the consultancy as a place where experts and innovators in their fields come together to quantify cultural change to help C-Suite leaders stay ahead of disruption and have a say in transforming their markets. Advisory Board members frequently contribute their expert-level insights and career learnings to sparks & honey’s various cultural intelligence products, including the Equity Effect Report, which covered return-to-office principles after a year of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Disrupting Hate Culture Briefing series which investigated emerging shifts in terrorism at home and abroad, alongside several of the consultancy’s special briefings series covering various topics including equitable futures, distrupting metabolism, the future of food and flavors, precision cognition, and many more.
“As an organization that hinges on constant learning and open thinking, we are always seeking future-forward leaders that share our ideals and push the boundaries to add to our Advisory Board,” said Terry Young, Founder & CEO of sparks & honey. “Jing and Becky bring a dynamic sense of curiosity and a deep understanding of their respective fields to help the consultancy quantify cultural shifts and address the biggest challenges corporations and society face today. We’re very much looking forward to learning from and working with these remarkable women.”
More information on sparks & honey’s newest additions to its Advisory Board can be found on its website.
About sparks & honey:
sparks & honey is a cultural intelligence consultancy helping organizations understand and take advantage of explosive cultural shifts, as well as cultural movements that develop over time. They leverage Q™, their custom SaaS platform, in combination with a powerful human network to quantify culture, decode future opportunities and ignite transformation for brands and their consumers. The consultancy produces cultural intelligence reports which investigate emerging shifts in culture on topics ranging from Gen Z to societal Uncertainty. They also produced the Precision Consumer 2030 report, in conjunction with the World Economic Forum, which was presented from the stage at Davos in 2020. sparks & honey is a part of the Omnicom Precision Marketing Group.
About Omnicom Group Inc.:
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