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Marketing Team Meeting Featuring Agency MABU and InnovatAR
June 26, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Join us for our June Marketing Team Meeting featuring three creatives from Agency MABU and InnovatAR!
Zander Mabin, Ed Sargeant, and Nick Kramer from Agency MABU and InnovatAR will be exploring the newest trend in technology, augmented reality, and how to engage your audience with web-based augmented reality.
This meeting will be from 12-1 p.m. on Wednesday, June 26, at Classic Rock Coffee in Mandan, 4524 Memorial Hwy.
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More About Our Presenters
Zander Mabin, Founder & CEO of InnovatAR: With over a decade of experience as an entrepreneur and consultant to government agencies and top-tier corporations, Mabin is an experienced strategic advisor. In addition to founding InnovatAR, Mabin is the Executive Vice President of Agency MABU where he runs the firm’s DC-based office and serves as the senior account manager for clients including the U.S. Army, AT&T, and the National Congress of American Indians.
Prior to joining MABU, he worked as a Senior Consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton. While working at Booz Allen, Mabin traveled extensively and provided consultation on emerging technologies to senior government and military officials, both in Washington D.C. and overseas.
Mabin has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies from Mount St. Mary’s University. He is a former Press Intern for U.S. Senator Kent Conrad, a Leadership Fredericksburg Fellow, and resides in Baldwin, MD with his wife and two boys.
Ed Sargeant, Senior Vice President of Creative at InnovatAR: Ed Sargeant has over 10 years of experience in multimedia production, visual effects, 3D/2D design and animation and e-learning tools. He gained experience working as a Technical Director in visual effects for several high-profile movies, including Batman Begins and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
Sargeant has produced a countless number of award-winning videos, animations, virtual tours and augmented reality experiences for clients including Ducks Unlimited, the American Heart/Stroke Association, ND Department of Commerce, Bush Foundation, and American Bank Center.
He has a Master of Arts in Drawing from Camberwell College of Arts in London and a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Visualization and Animation from Bournemouth University in Dorset, England. Previously, he was the Graphic Design Program Coordinator for Rasmussen College and he also serves as the Director of Creative Services at Agency MABU.
Nick Kramer, Senior Vide President of Interactive at InnovatAR: Nick Kramer was born to code. He built his first website at the age of 11 and got his first job in web development at 14. He’s also an entrepreneur at heart. In his free time, he runs a clothing company specializing in customized t-shirts and caps, as well as co-owns a video gaming company offering in-person tournaments and special events. He also explores new ways to harness the power of the web to enhance productivity, accelerate convenience, and provide immersive experiences.
For the past decade, he’s served as the Director of Web Development at Agency MABU. He’s programmed award-winning websites for notable clients such as the U.S. Army Medical Command, CHI St. Alexius Health, Ducks Unlimited and North Dakota Information Technology. At InnovatAR, Kramer harnesses the power of the web to create Augmented Reality experiences that are fully browser-based, with no app downloads required.
Kramer is a graduate of Bismarck State College with an Applied Associate’s Degree in Web Design and Development. Kramer is a Certified Internet Web Professional with Certification Partners, a vendor neutral leader in web education and certification programs. He is also an active member and volunteer with the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, a worldwide volunteer organization providing face to face assistance for the poor.