#SMWExpress: You’re Invited to Social Media Week NYC!

Heading to New York for Social Media Week next month? We’ll be there, and we’ve collected a panel of experts to discuss where expression is — and where it’s going — in 2016. Sociality Squared is proud to present: 

“From Immersive Video to Animated Selfies, How We Will Express Ourselves in 2016”

Technology changes at a rapid pace; however, as human beings, our innate need to be social and communicate our identity hasn’t changed much over time. Before written language, oral stories and images were used to convey information – connecting with one another and sharing is built into our DNA. Today we have more ways to express ourselves than ever before: text, photos, music, video, illustrations, animations, graphics, MEMEs, GIFs, selfies, animated selfies, emoticons, emojis, bitmojis, 360/immersive video, streaming video, podcasts, and more!

Our panelists, comprised of pioneers in virtual reality, data visualization, podcasting, and content creation for the mobile and social web, will explore the ways in which we’ll express ourselves in 2016. Whether you’re a marketer wondering what platforms and content trends to consider or if you’re just curious about the psychology behind why and how we share, join us and be inspired to express yourself or your brand in this brave new digital world!

Join us at General Assembly Campus East, 5:30- 7:30PM on Thursday, February 25th, as Sociality Squared Co-founder and CEO Helen Todd joins Amel Derragui, Beth Amann, Jess Engel, Kristin Sosulski, and Jey Van-Sharp to discuss the future of expression. Our event is free – entrants will not need an official SMW badge to attend. Wine and cheese to follow.

We hope you can join us for wine and thought-provoking conversations!

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Chance Kellar

Chance Kellar

Chance is a Community Manager here at Sociality Squared. In his other lives he has been a chef, pilot, and a first responder at Mt. Hood, Oregon. No, not at the same time. That would be dangerous.