EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast

Episode 11. Curating Experiential Events and Keeping it Poppi!

January 14, 2020 Kristina Daniele Season 2 Episode 1
EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast
Episode 11. Curating Experiential Events and Keeping it Poppi!
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EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast
Episode 11. Curating Experiential Events and Keeping it Poppi!
Jan 14, 2020 Season 2 Episode 1
Kristina Daniele

On Today’s Episode of EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast I’m talking with Roxy Jahangeri, Co-founder of DC Brunch Club, a Washington DC based entrepreneur focused on event curation and entertainment.  With a knack for creating unique event experiences for young professionals, DC Brunch club has hosted a wide variety of small to large scale pop-up events since Roxy and her co-founders launched the company in 2015.  Roxy spent 5 years working as an IT consultant at Deloitte and recently left her corporate role to pursue her passion in the event space full time.  Roxy’s mission is to bring one-of-a-kind experiences to life connecting young consumers to events they might not have access to otherwise. Roxy is currently working on launching her second company Poppi Events, a boutique creative events agency specializing in pop-up and social experiences.

On Today’s episode, Roxy will be sharing her knowledge of experiential events and pop-up experiences which is seemingly perfect as her company’s mission and vision aligns with creating unique experiences.

Learn more about Roxy Jahangeri, Founder of Poppi Events HERE

On today's episode we will expose...

-How we are defining experiental events
-Engaging with your attendees to create impactful and memorable experiences
-The customer journey - how to stimulate all the senses from the minute your attendees walk through the door
- Creating activation areas to get attendees to engage with your brand
-How Gen Z and Millenials are changing the way events are being designed
-Driving your attendees and consumers to share your events on social media
-The Pop-Up Shift: What we can expect to see in the future
-Giving Back Movement - how tying your event to social causes has influenced the industry
-Low budget ideas to bring "like-minded" attendees together
-Trends for the future of experiential and pop up events

Want more EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast?!

Tune In: New Episodes are available every Tuesday and don't forget to subscribe to the podcast to receive notifications about future episodes.  Rate this episode (1-5) and be entered to be upgraded to "SQUAD" status....see "Support Future Episodes" for more details.

Support Future Episodes: Join EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast tribe of industry professionals and support future episodes!  As a Patron of the podcast you have access to bonus episodes, resources  and more that will help you take your events to the next level.

Get Social: Follow us on Instagram to see what's coming up on a future show and to see EXPOsed Conferences™ live at industry events. 

Let's Connect! I would love to hear from you!  Have an idea for a future show or want to be a guest on a future episode?  Email me to schedule an exploratory call at [email protected]

This episode has been a production by EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast © February 2019 all rights reserved.

Support the show (http://patreon.com/exposedconferencespodcast)

Show Notes

On Today’s Episode of EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast I’m talking with Roxy Jahangeri, Co-founder of DC Brunch Club, a Washington DC based entrepreneur focused on event curation and entertainment.  With a knack for creating unique event experiences for young professionals, DC Brunch club has hosted a wide variety of small to large scale pop-up events since Roxy and her co-founders launched the company in 2015.  Roxy spent 5 years working as an IT consultant at Deloitte and recently left her corporate role to pursue her passion in the event space full time.  Roxy’s mission is to bring one-of-a-kind experiences to life connecting young consumers to events they might not have access to otherwise. Roxy is currently working on launching her second company Poppi Events, a boutique creative events agency specializing in pop-up and social experiences.

On Today’s episode, Roxy will be sharing her knowledge of experiential events and pop-up experiences which is seemingly perfect as her company’s mission and vision aligns with creating unique experiences.

Learn more about Roxy Jahangeri, Founder of Poppi Events HERE

On today's episode we will expose...

-How we are defining experiental events
-Engaging with your attendees to create impactful and memorable experiences
-The customer journey - how to stimulate all the senses from the minute your attendees walk through the door
- Creating activation areas to get attendees to engage with your brand
-How Gen Z and Millenials are changing the way events are being designed
-Driving your attendees and consumers to share your events on social media
-The Pop-Up Shift: What we can expect to see in the future
-Giving Back Movement - how tying your event to social causes has influenced the industry
-Low budget ideas to bring "like-minded" attendees together
-Trends for the future of experiential and pop up events

Want more EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast?!

Tune In: New Episodes are available every Tuesday and don't forget to subscribe to the podcast to receive notifications about future episodes.  Rate this episode (1-5) and be entered to be upgraded to "SQUAD" status....see "Support Future Episodes" for more details.

Support Future Episodes: Join EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast tribe of industry professionals and support future episodes!  As a Patron of the podcast you have access to bonus episodes, resources  and more that will help you take your events to the next level.

Get Social: Follow us on Instagram to see what's coming up on a future show and to see EXPOsed Conferences™ live at industry events. 

Let's Connect! I would love to hear from you!  Have an idea for a future show or want to be a guest on a future episode?  Email me to schedule an exploratory call at [email protected]

This episode has been a production by EXPOsed Conferences™ Podcast © February 2019 all rights reserved.

Support the show (http://patreon.com/exposedconferencespodcast)