3X5 Sessions Photo Wrap Up


Last week the 5Loom team took over TriBeCa, New York for our first annual 3X5 Sessions. Brands, influencers and industry experts traveled from across the country to join us at the Tribeca Grand Hotel for a jam-packed day of panels, group discussions and presentations.

While this is just a snapshot of the summit through photos, stay tuned for future blog posts recapping what was shared throughout the day, such as global social marketing trends, data storytelling, gamification and more. 

Our Facebook Power Hour kicked off the day’s events. Panelists included Michael Jaindl from Buddy Media, Chad Wittman from EdgeRank Checker, John Battaglia from Wildfire and Christine Pierpoint from IMRE.

Guests were divided among several tables for a “Vent Session,” where they shared similar  social marketing experiences with one another. 

Jason Yau from Redken presented a great case study about his brand. 

During lunch, guests had the opportunity to mingle with experts, other brands and the 5Loom team.

Taylor Burton from HipCricket shared the importance of mobile marketing.

Our second panel took the stage after lunch, sharing information about brands as social curators. Panelists included Teal Newland from StumbleUpon, Gary Kibel and Michael Lasky from Davis & Gilbert LLP Attorneys at Law, and 5Loom’s very own Amanda Moore. 

The afternoon consisted of our Hi-5 Mini-Sessions where groups rotated from table to table to learn about the hottest trends in global social media, multimedia, social gaming, modern influencer outreach and social ROI. 

During our Multimedia Mini-Session, we heard great insights from Abby Morgan from Vimeo, as well as Alana Schlifke from Shazam.

And when the Sessions came to a close, everyone received a parting gift. Stay tuned to the blog, more posts to come from the first annual 3X5 Sessions.

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One Response to 3X5 Sessions Photo Wrap Up

  1. On June 18, 2012, Christian Vega posted:

    I would love to hear all about our next events, unfortunately I was unable to make this first one that has passed. Please keep me posted thank you.

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