We’re starting to feel the onset of Fall and the shift of seasons brings about a sense of excitement for change. While we’ve been happily busy collaborating with clients on various projects such as new websites and videos, we’ve also been in event planning mode. Last month we proudly announced that along with our friends at Project Bionic we’ve decided to create and host a brand new marketing conference in Seattle called Co-Lab22.
Hansen Belyea decided to creatively collaborate with the social media marketing agency Project Bionic to create an interactive marketing conference in Seattle. Co-Lab22 will be more personal in feeling than what we’ve typically come to expect from conferences. We like to refer to Co-Lab as an un-conference. Our aim is to approach this event in a non-traditional way to provide a unique experience for all who participate.
The name Co-Lab is a nod to what is important to us. Co is significant because it represents connection, cohesiveness, and most of all, community and collaboration. Lab is a nod to creating a fun laboratory of experience and idea exchange. Co-Lab22 will include presentations from speakers, workshops, roundtables, and a panel discussion. There will also be food and drinks, visuals and music, but most of all togetherness and enjoyment.
Mainly marketers, but everyone is invited to attend. The event will provide various ways for attendees to meet, interact, and connect with one another. Marketers of all levels are encouraged to participate at Co-Lab22. While the event is taking place here in Seattle, marketers from anywhere are welcome.
We believe there is a need for more opportunities for the Seattle marketing community to connect. And what better way to do that than at a marketing conference. We also thought that after feeling all of the uncertainty that the last few years have brought about, it’s important for people to get together in person. Co-Lab22 is about helping the marketing community move forward together.
Co-Lab22 will be taking place on Tuesday October 4th in Seattle’s SoDo district at the bright and open venue space, Metropolist. More information about the event and ticket details can be found on the Hansen Belyea website, Co-Lab website, or our Eventbrite page. We would love for you to attend and connect with the community.