NEW YORK How do you use data to build memorable—and personalized—events? How can brands address today's political climate through events that are authentic—and actually fun? These topics and more will be addressed at BizBash Live: New York, scheduled for October 24 at the Jacob K. Javits Center.
Speakers will also address fresh thinking in conferences, experience design and mapping, and other subjects of importance to today's event industry professional.
The educational portion of the annual expo consists of the Event Innovation Forum and a workshop series with speakers discussing the latest ideas, inspiration, and strategies for executing top-level events. New this year is the Masterclass, an in-depth look at a subject limited to a select group of attendees. The event will offer two Masterclasses: one on multicultural marketing and inclusion at events and the other on audiovisual lighting design and production.
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:
Erica Boeke, vice president of experiential, CNX
Allen Gannett, C.E.O., TrackMaven
Nicole Halton, director of special projects, National Resource Defense Council
Anthony Larrisey, principal and creative director, Industria Creative
Ken Madden, senior vice president of digital engagement, George P. Johnson
Kevin Mignone, founder and president, KM Productions
Priya Parker, founder, Thrive Labs
Michael Skolnik, co-founder, the Soze Agency
David Solsbery, vice president of creative and marketing, Hargrove
More speakers will be announced soon.