Technical.ly's Media Conference is a half day session focused around trends in marketing, PR, digital media, big data, social media and more.
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The BIW16 Media Conference will bring together a variety of professionals in marketing, PR, digital, big data, social media and more to understand new trends in media. This half day session will provide you with some actionable takeaways and leave you inspired!Tuesday, September 27, 8:30am–1:30pm
How to know whether the convenience of “out of the box” all it’s cracked up to be. Technologists from 14 West and The Agora Companies invite you to look back at 40 years of innovation in the media, marketing and publishing systems that have helped grow the organization to include more than 20 companies in 16 different countries.Tuesday, September 27, 12:30pm–3:00pm
Former corporate cog, halfway to a masters in Edu (hold please!), startup co-founder. Lover of music, sports, technology, history, and social action. Nothing to it but to do it.
I am passionate about trying to effect change in the world. Yea, it's cliche, but it's what gets me up…
Tim Savage is a brass tacks content marketer, freestyle emcee & lifestyle photographer. He counts his wins in life by the people he gets to positively affect. A couple of accolades he has are launching a social media network, creating an online tv channel for the largest hip hop radio station in the…
Phil Han, a Baltimore native, is the owner of the Korean-inspired cafe Dooby’s and cocktail bar Sugarvale. He’s been selected a Baltimore Business Journal 40 under 40 as well as a Baltimore Sun 10 people to watch under 30. He’s recently been awarded “Fire in the Belly” for recognizing his hustle in…
Samuel Hoi is president of Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. He is an advocate for art and design education and creative professionals in social, economic, and cultural advancement. Formerly, he was president of Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, where he launched the…
I’ve put off writing this for a while. I hate these biographies. They’re dumb. They’re always in the third person too, like they’ve be written by some magical writer who has never met the all-important Mr. Schepleng. I don’t think people read this. Who cares? I was born in Annapolis, grew up…