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Wednesday, September 17 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Baratunde Thurston Keynote: Digital Storytelling Doesn’t Have To Be Boring And Sucky. It Can Be Fun!

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Baratunde Thurston was a political blogger for four years, ran digital strategy for The Onion for five years, authored a New York Times best-selling book that continues to find life on Instagram, and lives to engage communities and tell stories in fun and empathetic ways. This talk comes with guaranteed laughs and guaranteed actionable insights based on Baratunde’s direct experience, the work of his creative storytelling agency, Cultivated Wit, and the good work of people with whom he has no connection but for whom he has respect because he’s humble like that.


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Denise Holt

CMO & Co-Founder, GratZeez, Inc.
CMO & Co-Founder, GratZeez, Inc. & CEO & Founder, Collaborative IQ, Inc., Host of the Collaborative IQ Podcast | | Serial Entrepreneur since age 23, co-founding and operating businesses ranging from local service companies, to a design showroom, global commercial imports, to digital media, mobile gaming & social business consulting. | | An industry thought leader in social business strategy & social intelligence solutions... Read More →

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Baratunde Thurston

CEO, Co-Founder, and Hashtagger-In-Chief, Cultivated Wit
Baratunde Thurston is the CEO, co-founder, and hashtagger-in-chief of Cultivated Wit  He wrote the New York Times bestseller How To Be Black and served for five years as director of digital for the satirical news outlet, The Onion. When he’s not delivering keynote talks at gatherings such as SXSW Interactive, LeWeb, and Personal Democracy Forum, he writes the monthly back page column for Fast Company and contributes to the MIT Media... Read More →


Wednesday September 17, 2014 4:30pm - 5:30pm
W Atlanta-Midtown 188 14th St NE, Atlanta, GA 30361

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