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11 | Chardia Christophe-Garcia, Forbes: Curating an Audience and Taking It Slow

  • August 21, 2019
  • 39:03

Chardia Christophe-Garcia (Marketing Director, Forbes) shares how Forbes is leveraging in-person events to further their editorial brand, which promotional channels work best, why sometimes it pays to take it slow in your career, and the importance of knowing that not everyone is going to like you—and why that shouldn’t hold you back.

10 | Heather Henderson Thomas, Cisco: The Solutions-finding attitude, Collaboration, and Shining on

  • August 13, 2019
  • 43:35

Heather Henderson Thomas (Senior Manager of Strategic Operations and Event Experiences at Cisco Live) shares a behind-the-scenes look at how to transform an enterprise event brand, bringing a solutions-finding attitude, and the key to collaboration (hint: it has a little something to do with #onshineallshine).

09 | Allen Yesilevich, MC²: Blindfolds, Return on Emotion, and Billie Eilish

  • August 7, 2019
  • 24:38

Allen Yesilevich (VP of Marketing + Growth, MC²) shares shares a behind-the-scenes look at how agencies work, the power of emotion in events, the history of MC2, and the most terrifying activation that I've ever heard of.

08 | Kendyl Wright: Challenging Norms, Battling Anxieties and Doing Cool Sh** with Cool People

  • July 31, 2019
  • 35:28

Kendyl Wright (Founder of LOUDER Experiences) shares her perspectives on working in-house and at agencies, challenging institutional norms, battling anxiety, and her personal journey to founding her own experiential agency.

07 | John Heiman, Sprint: Empathy, Event ROI, and Fortnite

  • July 24, 2019
  • 36:22

John Heiman (Director of Experiential at Sprint) shares how Sprint’s event strategy has become more focused over the years and how he and his team are making complex technologies more accessible with immersive activations. We also discussed event ROI, empathy, and Fortnite.

06 | Colleen Bisconti, IBM: Data-driven Events, Global Teams, and Space Jam

  • July 17, 2019
  • 42:55

Colleen Bisconti (Vice President of Global Conferences and Events at IBM) shares her perspectives on how the events team at IBM has become more data-driven and agile over the years, leading a team of 350 event marketers, event design, and personalization.

05 | Dana Pake, InVision: Hiring for Rapid Growth, Leading with Resilience, and UX-Focused Events

  • July 10, 2019
  • 43:33

Dana Pake (Senior Director of Global Experiences at InVision) shares her UX-focused approach to events, what it’s like to work as part of a globally distributed team, how to hire for a rapidly growing events program, and what it means to lead with resiliency.

04 | Carina Bauer, IMEX: Sustainability, Mental Health and Coffee

  • July 3, 2019
  • 37:49

Carina Bauer (CEO at IMEX) shares a behind-the-scenes look at the world’s largest events industry trade show and her thoughts on sustainability, mental health, and finding a good cup of coffee in Las Vegas.

03 | Hugh Forrest, SXSW: Crowd-sourced Content, Community, and Why Growth is Overrated

  • June 26, 2019
  • 41:38

During this discussion, Hugh Forrest (Chief Programming Officer, SXSW) shares his perspectives on curating great content, what it takes to maintain a strong sense of community at an event with hundreds of thousands of attendees, and how events can bring people together in an increasingly digital—and at times divisive—world.

02 | Kira Willner, Barron's Group: Breathing New Life into Media Brands with Events

  • June 21, 2019
  • 38:54

In this interview, Kira Willner (Executive Director of Brand Experience at Barron's Group, a Dow Jones Company) shares how Barron’s Group is breathing new life into many of its brands with live events, balancing the needs of sponsors and attendees and more.

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