At the ninth edition of the online video conference, brands such as Facebook, Twitter, MTV, and YouTube created eye-catching, interactive booths and lounges. The ninth edition of VidCon—the first since the online-video convention was acquired by Viacom earlier this year—drew 30,000 fans, video creators, and industry attendees to the Anaheim Convention Center June 20 to 23. The three-day event, a new addition to BizBash's list of Southern California's top 100 events, was made up of Q&As, screenings, and workshops with executives from Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and more, plus the biggest up-and-coming online video stars.
From re-imagined burgers and fries to grasshoppers, Cheetos and a dessert hot dog. Back in March, Major League Baseball (MLB) announced its inaugural FoodFest. Bringing together 30 teams from all over the country and Canada, rivalries were put aside for a new type of competition: whose city has the best ballpark food? More of a celebration than an actual competition, each team came out with delectable bites that have been known to be the main attraction at each of the stadiums’ concession stands. Although some squads cooked up their take on burgers and fries, the hot dog was the most celebrated classic at the event. Each popular food item also had its own respective room of art and interactive experiences. Additionally, fan-favorite MLB retirees like David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox and Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees were also in attendance to hand out dishes to media and VIPs. 2017 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest champion Joey Chestnut was also in attendance enjoying some various regional dogs before July’s big contest.
For the creative industry, a visually-appealing workspace is just as crucial as WiFi. Here we highlight a few of our members' stylish offices and the rationale behind their design choices, plus we get expert tips from Homepolish for creating an inspiring space. Prior to renovating their office space, MKG underwent a huge “brand botox” for their 14th birthday, which included a new logo, a website refresh and a much more refined sense of their identity as a creative agency.
The PR Net, 04/11/2018
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MKG is a creative agency specializing in brand experiences.
We believe that brands are people too. Or at least they should strive to be more like us.
It's those human qualities like kindness, humor, and intelligence that make a brand so appealing. And when brands get human and treat people like people, they earn our respect, our desire, and our dollars.
And you can see that in the work we do. We create experiences where people can connect with brands the same way they connect with each other.
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