Presented by: Adobe
Making Space for Genuine Event Experiences
Saturday, March 12
3:30PM - 4:30PM
110 E 2nd St
The current generation of conferences are instrumental in enriching the tech and design industry. They give people an opportunity to connect with their peers in the creative community who can help bring their projects to life — making it less about work and more about collaboration. Events like the former Brooklyn Beta and the monthly Creative Mornings have paved the way for community building as their organizers specifically crafted them in order to reach and connect people in an organic way.
This session will explore the unique structure and experiences of these events and provide insight into anyone who wants to create an authentic experience for their event attendees.
Creative Community Liaison
Libby Nicholaou is the Creative Community Liaison at Adobe. She holds a bachelor's degree in English and a master's degree in Contemporary Art History. While at Adobe she's contributed to the creat...Show the rest
Libby Nicholaou is the Creative Community Liaison at Adobe. She holds a bachelor's degree in English and a master's degree in Contemporary Art History. While at Adobe she's contributed to the creative community through the event series, Working Late, the Typekit pop-up library, and Typekit Studio. She's an advocate for cultivating relationships across creative industries and highlighting the talented people often hidden behind products.Hide the rest