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Sunday, November 20
 

9:00am

True North: The Power in Trusting What You kNOw
Speakers
avatar for Nia Peeples

Nia Peeples

Actor
"Nia" Peeples  is an American R&B and dance music singer and actress. Peeples is also famously known as Pam Fields, the mother of Emily Fields on hit TV drama, Pretty Little Liars (TV series), as Karen Taylor Winters on The Young and the Restless, and as Sydney Cooke... Read More →


Sunday November 20, 2016 9:00am - 9:20am
Santa Ynez Room

10:00am

Using Your 5 Senses at a Festival
Speakers
avatar for Barry Ross Rinehart

Barry Ross Rinehart

Executive Creative Director, Multi Image Group (MIG)
Over the last thirty years Barry has been designing transformative multi-sensory narrative experiences for and with CEOs and little kids, billionaires and refugees, movie stars and astronauts, scientists and jurors, board members and volunteers, politicians and ordinary citizens... Read More →


Sunday November 20, 2016 10:00am - 10:20am
Santa Ynez Room

10:30am

Placement of Music in Film
Speakers
avatar for Richard Glasser

Richard Glasser

Head of Music, ​The Weinstein Company


Sunday November 20, 2016 10:30am - 10:50am
Santa Ynez Room

11:00am

Breaking Down Walls and Telling Stories With Your Festival
Speakers
avatar for Colin Stanfield

Colin Stanfield

CEO/President, PEI Film, Food & Idea Festival
Colin Stanfield grew up on Prince Edward Island, Canada and has worked in the arts and culture sphere for over two decades. He is the founder of Raspberry Point a Festival consulting company focusing on strategic planning, programming and event production. Colin launched the Prince... Read More →


Sunday November 20, 2016 11:00am - 11:20am
Santa Ynez Room

11:30am

Best New Strategies for Selling More Sponsorship to Your Festival
Speakers
avatar for Lesa Ukman

Lesa Ukman

Founder, Lesa Ukman Partnerships
Lesa Ukman launched IEG in 1982 introducing the idea that businesses which partner with the sports, arts, entertainment and nonprofits their customers and employees love, outperform their competitors by a huge margin. Her ideas and ideals spawned an industry that changed marketing... Read More →


Sunday November 20, 2016 11:30am - 11:50am
Santa Ynez Room

12:00pm

Same as Last Year – Why Event Technology is Never the Same

Founder & CEO of TOURtech, Allen Cook, talks about thoughtful planning for technology at your event, the benefits of redundancy and the cost of failure.


Speakers
avatar for Allen Cook

Allen Cook

Founder & CEO, TOURtech
Boasting 27+ years of experience in the entertainment & production industries, TOURtech’s humble beginnings in Allen’s garage tell a story of a man with a brilliant idea and a ton of moxie. Allen Cook is a veteran of Live Entertainment and Event Production Planning. With an academic... Read More →


Sunday November 20, 2016 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Santa Ynez Room

3:00pm

FOMO is Real. Here's How to Create It.
You do not want to miss this. Learn how festivals are evoking FOMO in festival goers through effective social media strategies.

Speakers
avatar for Robby Black

Robby Black

VP of Product, Vendini, Inc.


Sunday November 20, 2016 3:00pm - 3:20pm
Santa Ynez Room

3:30pm

Festival Vending: Tips of The Trade w/ Mr. B's Festival Needs
Speakers
avatar for Brendan Sheehan

Brendan Sheehan

Owner, Mr. B's Festival Needs
In spring of 2008, Brendan Sheehan created Mr. B’s Festival Needs – General Store, a traveling 24-Hour General Convenience/Camping Supply store that is contracted year after year by dozens of music festivals all over the country. While traveling the festival circuit, Brendan realized... Read More →


Sunday November 20, 2016 3:30pm - 3:50pm
Santa Ynez Room

4:20pm

Cannabis and Emerging Trends in the Festival Space: Not your Brother's Pot Plant
With four states allowing adult use cannabis consumption and five more on the verge including California, will authentic partnerships between cannabis brands and event promotion collide in a positive way going forward? This has quickly proven to be a multi-billion dollar industry with a bright future. What will this mean for festivals in terms of sponsorship and programming (i.e. think food festivals incorporating cooking with pot, music festivals naming the XXX Brand Cannabis Stage)? How does cannabis fit into the mainstream music, film and food festival industry? Alternatively will an entire festival and event industry continue to emerge around this culture? And what does all of this mean for the harm reduction movement?

Moderators
avatar for Elise McRoberts

Elise McRoberts

CannaBoss
Cannabis Entrepreneur, Influencer, Producer.

Speakers
avatar for Catherine Enny

Catherine Enny

Founder, CEO, Guerrilla Management
Catherine Enny founded Guerrilla Management overseeing and crafting long-term careers of artists such as Josh Homme (KyussQueens Of The Stone Age), Fu ManchuThe DwarvesSean Yseault (White Zombie, Famous Monsters), Michael FrantiBlue King Brown and many more. Wit... Read More →
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Elizabeth Hogan

Vice-President of Brand & Communications, Willie’s Reserve
avatar for Jason Pinsky

Jason Pinsky

CEO, Cannastract
Jason Pinsky is the CEO of Cannastract, a New York based business that focuses on bringing “more science” to cannabis extracts and concentrates. Pinsky built his career in the music and technology space establishing his first company Haze City in 1998 where he toured and produced... Read More →
avatar for Michael Ray

Michael Ray

Executive Director, Bloom Farms
Michael Ray was born in San Francisco and raised in the Sierra Foothill Mountains on his family ranch known as Bloom Farms. He is a cannabis advocate, lobbyist for social change, and entrepreneur with a passion for technology and design. In 1999, Michael moved to New York City to... Read More →


Sunday November 20, 2016 4:20pm - 5:00pm
Santa Ynez Room