San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
On the 2nd November we will be hosting an exclusive session at The House of St Barnabas where we will be talking about the future of storytelling and creative communications - and exploring the pivortal role of early adopters and influencers.
We’ll be hearing from leading experts in culture, the arts and fashion as to how brands can connect and engage with early adopters by shaping cultural moments that help bring brand experiences to life.
Speakers to include:
James Turner: the Founder of Glimpse Foundation, who was behind the recent C.A.T.S take over of Clapham Common tubestation replacing advertising with Cats - on how better advertising can encourage positive values in society.
Michael Zee and Mark van Beek: the cult food instagrammers behind Symmetry Breakfast. The pair have over 600k followers and regularly attract over 15k likes for their daily posts of pristine, identical breakfasts.
Aimee Hartley, owner of a new magazine Above Sea Level. A platform exploring the relationship between wine, food, design, people and places. Working with wine and lifestyle brands to create better content and engage a younger audience around wine.
Oliver Dixon: the Creative Director at Communications agency Margaret_. Olly has been behind stand out campaigns for Diesel, Kopparberg, L'Oreal and SONOS - and will be talking about how brands can engage with influencers and early adopters.
Over the course of the morning we will be exploring the power of creativity and sharing examples, insight and best practice as to how brands can use the arts, immersive experiences, virtual reality, influencers, early adopters - and even Cats, to really stand out from the crowd.
We hope you can join us.
This is an exclusive event for brands and marketers, by invite only.