Pop-Up Magazine Is A Blink-And-You’ll-Miss-It Experiment In Storytelling
Although they keep most of the details under wraps, PSFK got an exclusive scoop from Co-founder, President and Publisher Chas Edwards about what we can expect from their shows this year.
Chas Edwards and his team created Pop-up Magazine in San Francisco in 2009, as a way to get people to interact with stories in a more engaged and ephemeral way. Although the company is renowned for keeping most of the details under wraps, PSFK got an exclusive scoop from Chas himself about what we can expect from their shows in 2017 and beyond.
Before you start filling up your calendars with conferences to spark your business innovation and personal growth this year, add CXI 2018 conference to your wish list! For its 12th year running, PSFK is hosting an intimate conference where emerging pioneers and established experts will take the stage to discuss all things innovation around the new consumer experience.
Evan is the co-founder and CEO of Snapchat, a platform for people to maintain the spontaneity of social messaging without having to worry about managing a persistent and constant online identity. Released in 2011, the app lets users take photos, record short videos, add text and drawings and send them to a controlled list of recipients. The content is permanently deleted after being viewed. According to Snapchat, in May 2014 the app's users were sending 700 million photos and videos per day, while Snapchat Stories content was viewed 500 million times per day. Prior to founding Snapchat, Evan worked as a software developer at Intuit and attended Stanford University.
At PSFK 2017, Peloton Co-Founder and COO Tom Cortese discussed how the company aims to utilize the power of Web 2.0 to marry the comfort of home fitness to the high-energy engagement of celebrity-run classes.