On Tuesday, April 23, I’ll be joining InfluencerCon founder Phil McKenzie and Ketchum Digital’s VP of Multimedia Content & Strategy Amy Andrieux for a discussion called Creative Bankruptcy.  It’s described as follows:

Creative Bankruptcy is a discussion of the economics around the so-called “creative class”. Innovators say that creativity is the future but what happens if no one wants to pay? Even as we embrace and celebrate the work of artists, writers and creatives we are challenged by financial paradigms that often struggle to include these players. How are those who drive creativity being compensated? What are the new elements coming into play to value their contribution? How do we reconcile shrinking budgets, tighter financial controls with the desire to produce lasting and innovative work? Join our conversation as we address these issues and more. Wine and light refreshments will be served.


Tuesday, April 23

630pm – 830pm

Studio X NYC
180 Varick Street, Suite 1610
NYC 10014

The event is free, but registration is strongly suggested, as these events tend to reach capacity quickly.  Click here to sign up.

Reach my co-conspirators on Twitter: Phil (@FarFlungPhil) and Amy (@missaimstar).


Posted by Rob Fields

Observer. Curator. Marketer. Dot connector.