It was an electric, sugary night at Dylan’s Candy Shop in NYC on Tuesday, December 3rd.
Marketing agency Team Epiphany celebrated its 15th anniversary with a three-day NYC pop up, celebrating not only the companies success but the community that keeps the innovation flowing as well as the partners who have been apart of the journey. The speakeasy-inspired venue held a series of events that included live musical performances, exclusive merchandise, a resume drop-off to provide opportunities for upcoming talent, and several thought-provoking panel discussions aimed towards empowering and directing the youth.
The Knockturnal had the privilege to attend one of the panel discussions that was presented by founder and managing partner Coltrane Curtis and hosted by Vice president of strategy Jarrett Cobbs. The panel discussion entitled “The New Creative Class” featured gifted up and coming talent who are not only making their mark for themselves and their communities but for the culture. The panelists discussed the current state of being an influencer, being true to your art, and how to sustain relevance as a creative. After the panel concluded, the night continued with good energy, great music, tons of socializing and excitement in the air for what’s next for Team Epiphany.
About Team Epiphany: They were founded in 2004, and their agency specializes in cultural relevance, brand strategy, progressive multi-cultural marketing, influencer integration and amplification for the 21st Century. Team Epiphany is the original influencer marketing agency, who coins the terminology before Twitter or Instagram even existed. For the past 15 years, their agency has culturally connected staff and has gained award-winning insights that have been leveraged by industry-leading brands like Coca-Cola, HBO, Nike, Google, Budweiser, Hendricks, W Hotels and many more. For more information on Team Epiphany check out their site at https://www.teamepiphany.com
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Colombian director Alejandro Landes released his third feature film at the Alamo Draft House in Brooklyn, NY called MONOS. In this Oscar-contending Latin film, Landes brings together a diverse cast of both seasoned professionals such as Moisés Arias and Julianne Nicholson. Landes also incorporates untrained actors who raise the bar for entry-level actors.
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Lemon’s rooftop bar presents a five-part series called Sunset songs which is a free live performance that happens every other Tuesday from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm this summer. The series is the newest summer rooftop concept presented by Jon Neidich and Golden Age Hospitality and curated by IAMSOUND.
Over the past seven days we have been testing out Dove Men+Care’s new Extra Fresh Deodorant Stick and Clean Comfort Deodorant Stick as we participated in Dove Men+Care’s Smells Of Summer challenge. This challenge encourages men all over the world to ditch their traditional deodorant and use Dove Men+Care in their daily and even intense activities to see the benefits of Dove Men+Care’s new and improved deodorant.