See Who's Speaking at BizBash Live: Washington, D.C.
The event's education sessions, taking place July 31 at the Ronald Reagan Building, will tackle authentic brand marketing, the art and science of creativity, event entrepreneurship, and more.
WASHINGTON—Curious about what it's like to start your own event business? Interested in exploring new formats for your conference? Want to know how to prepare for your own media event? Find answers to these questions and more from the speakers at BizBash Live: Washington, D.C., scheduled for July 31 at the Ronald Reagan Building.
The educational portion of the event consists of a single track of presentations and panels on the latest ideas, inspiration, and strategies for executing top-level events.
In addition, attendees can earn credit toward CSEP re-certification through a partnership with ILEA and credit toward CPCE certification through a partnership with NACE.
Speakers confirmed for the day are:
Dan Berger, founder, Social Tables
Rohit Bhargava, founder and chief trend curator, Non-Obvious Company
Robert Caldwell, founding partner, Sciensio,
Steve Clemons, editor at large, The Hill
Kris Coratti, vice president of communications and general manager, The Washington Post
Allen Gannett, C.E.O., TrackMaven
Wayne Hoffman, mentalist and illusionist, Hoffman Entertainment
Fredda Hurwitz, chief strategy and marketing officer, RedPeg
Yvonne McNair, C.E.O., Captivate Marketing Group
Jill Meister, president, Meister Innovative
Tati Pastukhova of Artechouse
Adrian Segar, founder, Conferences That Work
Nancy Shaffer, founder, Bravo Events
Necoya Tyson, director of meetings and conventions, the American Traffic Safety Association