All posts tagged: events

10 Highly Recommended 2018 Conferences for Young Entrepreneurs

There are many events geared towards entrepreneurs that take place every year. Here are a few that will allow you to network, make friends, and learn something in your fields of interest in one setting. Cost: $250 | New York, Dubai, Los Angeles (Begins in February) SIMPLY Stylist strives to connect fashion, beauty, and entrepreneurial mavens brands and create opportunities to network, inspire, and learn. Ten percent of their proceeds are sent to Love Is Louder. Get 30% off through Redbury. __________ Cost: $200+ | Multiple Cities/Six Continents (February 26 – November) This five-day conference focuses on how social media and technology are changing business, society, and culture around the world. In the past their conferences have consisted of tips on copyright and clearance of content, conversations with influential leaders of the web, and millennials from Forbes’ Under-30 list. __________ Cost: $500-1250 | Austin, TX (March 9-17) South by Southwest features a variety of tracks that allow attendees to cater their experience to their many interests. The 24 tracks of programming include topics within the worlds of film, culture, music, and …

10 Highly Recommended Conferences for Young Entrepreneurs in 2016

There are many events geared towards entrepreneurs that take place throughout each year. Here are 10 events worth looking into in 2016.

Upcoming Adaptations to keep an eye on this fall

Originally posted on Junkies Literarios:
By Mónica González (@TheLiteraryMomo) If you’re one of those book-before-movie kind of people, my favorite people in the world, then this article is for you!  With the premiere of The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials last week, I felt somewhat inspired. I did some research and found out what some of the next film adaptations will be, and I have to say, the results are satisfying to say the least! Here are the next six productions I’ll be watching before the year ends: 1. The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials.  This is the second installment in the Maze Runner franchise. In theaters now. ———— 2. He Named Me Malala  Technically not a movie, but it’s a documentary based on a biographical book, so don’t hate. In this documentary, we’ll see the life of Malala Yousafzai, author of the book “I am Malala”, and how she’s been working hard toward education and women’s rights in India.  I would check with your local theater to find out if they will be showing it.  If…

Friday at Reading Festival 2015

Originally posted on LucieLeannexo:
On Friday I had my first experience of Reading Festival! I had been looking forward to it all summer and I was certainly not disappointed. So I wanted to share some photos with you all & talk about my day. We left my house in Devon at around 7.00am on Friday morning and made it to Reading at around 10.30am. I was so relieved as I’ve never driven that far before and it was pretty straight forward getting into the Festival. I wasn’t sure what to expect as I’ve only ever been to one festival prior to this & that was Glastonbury last year. Once we had got into the main arena we decided to grab a cup of tea & head over to the main stage to watch Neck Deep! They aren’t a band I’ve listened to much before but they were fun to watch & a great way to kick start our day. Following this we had a bit of a break so decided to explore around the site –…