February SkillSchool | Did you really Google it? -- How Google Can Help You Survive a Hectic World
Matthew Bergh, Programmatic Account Strategist
On September 15, 1997 a domain called Google.com was registered by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. This domain would become the world’s largest search engine that would eventually process 40,000 search queries per second. However today Google is not just a search engine. Google has become one of the largest technology companies in the world helping advertisers reach users across the globe, consumers efficiently communicate, small to large companies collaborate and store data, and help researchers develop products like self driving cars.
Join Matthew Bergh (UNL ‘10) not only discuss his journey from being a Cornhusker to a Googler, but also discuss how you can utilize Google products to elevate your career to the next level.
Be prepared for interactive sessions and special guests (and of course Google swag)!
3 Key Take Aways
1. You may be connected to the world via technology -- but are you using technology to effectively drive relationships in the workplace
2. Having access to a ton of data does not mean you are deriving appropriate insights from that data.
3. The world is a hectic place so you might as well have fun at work.
More about Matthew
Matthew Bergh is a native North Dakotan (don’t make fun of his accent) who graduated from COJMC in 2010. After a co-op with Microsoft conducting user experience, he joined Google in 2011 to join their first Agency Development team in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For the past 4.5 years Matthew has been a part of the Programmatic Account Strategy Team at Google helping guide media traders as the programmatic landscape continues to rapidly evolve.