Dreamers, Doers & Dinner: Workshop I
Join us for our inaugural workshop on February 27th, 2020 at City Roots Coffee Bar!
Dreamers, Doers & Dinner is a workshop/dinner series in Baton Rouge in which we engage in intensive discussion and activity on self-development and growth. Some proceeds from these events will be donated for scholarships to high school students at the end of the year. This event is hosted by Laura Siu Planning & Events.
Workshop: "How To Take an Idea from Concept to Market"
Ever wonder why so many great ideas never see the light of day? Everyone has an idea, but the people who know how to execute on them actually see their dreams become reality. I'll share a few steps on how our team at ThreeSixtyEight helps organizations take their ideas from concept to market.
Tickets are $40 dollars and it includes two glasses of wine, and hors d'œuvres.
For Sponsorship: Please contact Laura Siu-Nguyen at email@example.com
About the Workshop Presenter:
Jeremy carries more than a decade of experience in developing globally recognized brand strategies and interactive experiences. With dual degrees in economics and marketing, he blends pragmatic strategy and bold creativity to steer both company and client endeavors. Jeremy has worked with brands including Pepsico, Waitr, Unilever, WellPet, BCBSLA, Rakuten, LSU, CenturyLink and Raising Cane’s to create unique and high-performing brand experiences.
Jeremy is a co-founder of ThreeSixtyEight and has worked with his business partners and team to build a company that is not only growing rapidly but has helped to pioneer a destination workplace culture in Louisiana. In 2018 Jeremy was invited to join the Adobe UX Leadership team, a global collective of 40 leading strategists from Google, Uber, and many other innovative brands. As an Adobe UX leader, Jeremy has spoken at Adobe events and participated in strategic planning sessions with Adobe’s lead product and marketing teams.
Jeremy is an active member of his local community, serving on the Mid-City Merchant’s board to facilitate business growth in Baton Rouge’s burgeoning arts district. He also serves on the board of WGI, helping to bring literacy training to schools, and works with ThreeSixtyEight’s Assembly Required brand to promote entrepreneurship and creativity locally.