Networking and Learning for Video Creators, Entrepreneurs and Business Owners
Albany, New York Aug 18, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – People of Video is the East Coast’s premier networking event for video creators, entrepreneurs, and business owners. It is the vision of video creator and Creator Fundamentals YouTube channel owner, Dan Currier. Dan has a deep understanding of the value of networking and what it can mean for creators to meet and learn from each other in person. That understanding embodies Dan’s driving force for heading up the immense task of organizing a conference.
People of Video has an all-star lineup including Tim Schmoyer (Video Creators), Roberto Blake, Jessica Stansberry, Owen Video, Emily D Baker, Doc Rock, Judi Fox, and many more. People of Video is an intentionally small and intimate event where deeper relationships are forged. Unlike larger conferences, you don’t have to miss one session to attend another. You can attend as many as you like and learn from every speaker.
“People are still deep in conversation 10 minutes after we wrapped things up. That’s the power of new human connections made at People of Video,” Dan said as he panned the room with his camera at last year’s conference.
People of Video is held at Crowne Plaza Albany – The Desmond Hotel. It’s a one-of-a-kind venue laid out like a quaint village with an indoor courtyard and Koi pond. The accommodations are clean, minimal, and modern. There is no lack of amenities with an indoor pool, fitness center, and more.
With a full roster of speakers spanning topics from entrepreneurship to live streaming to video creation, everyone has something to gain from attending People of Video. There is value in it for everyone.
People of Video is happening from September 19th through the 21st. Find out more and secure your tickets at PeopleofVideo.com. This is the premiere East Coast event for video creators and entrepreneurs.
People of Video
1475 Western Ave Suite 51, Box 3772
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