Kurt Miller is Senior Vice President, Strategy & Planning at George P. Johnson, one of Advertising Age’s ‘Top 25 Global Marketing Agencies,’ where he brings his clients over 25 years of progressive experience as strategy and creative leader on integrated high-technology and related marketing communication initiatives.
With a wide range of expertise in global advertising, digital media, public relations, physical and digital events, trade shows and exhibitions, learning and education, as well as integrated brand and
product/solution marketing campaigns, Kurt has served high-profile clients worldwide including IBM
Corporation, Cisco Systems, HP Inc. and HP Enterprise, NetApp, Intel Corporation, EMC Corporation, SAP, Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz, AEG Electronics, Samsung Group, Daewoo Electronics, Compaq Computer, Digital Equipment Corporation, Nortel Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, Xerox and Sony Corporation.
While at GPJ, Kurt has been instrumental in the strategy and creation of the agency’s premier digital and hybrid event programs – including IBM’s Worldwide Digital Event Center and Cisco’s first-ever digital-led Global Sales Experience (GSX) – and has advised key clients on their integrated worldwide event marketing strategies, including the IBM Essential Event Experience and New Work of Marketing initiatives.
Prior to GPJ, Kurt led strategic planning and creative efforts at Interpublic Group’s Jack Morton Worldwide.
He has also held senior account and creative positions with global agencies in the US, Europe and Asia, including Cheil Communications and Oricom. He holds a Master's degree in Political Economy of Communication from the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication, and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations, Communications and Theatre from the University of Notre Dame.