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Making Connections at the Seattle Interactive Conference

Updated on September 29, 2017

On October 17th and 18th, 2017, entrepreneurs, developers, and online business professionals from throughout the US and beyond will converge in Seattle for the annual Seattle Interactive Conference (SIC).

This event offers a combination of in-depth presentations, master classes, workshops, Seattle-specific social events, and other opportunities to connect with leaders and peers. Attendees will be able to explore business models and disruptive technologies with a range of visionary thinkers in businesses such as online commerce, interactive advertising, social media, entertainment, and gaming.


Conference Highlights

Speakers include representatives from Vice Media, Change Sciences, Warby Parker, Starbucks, Facebook, Microsoft, NPR, Moz, RAPP, Amplifier, POP, Projekt 202, Intentional Futures, Seattle times, Fresh Jess, Avvo, Outdoor Research, Lustre Studios, Weber Shandrick, Slalom, and more. Their presentations will focus a range of topics including marketing, branding, communications, UX/UI design, creative thinking, and professional development. After select speaker’s presentations, Edelman will be hosting “B-Sides Sessions,” which will be an opportunity for participants to ask follow-up questions and continue the conversation.

During the conference, professionals from VML agency will lead student-teams in the EDU design challenge. For two days, students will collaborate with agency professionals on a challenge that will be unveiled on October 17th.

In addition to ample opportunities to network with a wide range of partners who will be exhibiting their wares, WE Communications will be sponsoring #forwhichWEstand Meet-Ups. These open forums will enable people to connect and discuss ways they can use their skills to impact some of the biggest issues facing their communities.

This conference takes place at the Conference Center which is located in the heart of downtown Seattle across from the Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) with easy access to the airport rail link and Interstate 5, as well as convenient indoor parking.


Ticket Information

Choose from a gold full conference pass or a discounted Non-Profit /Student /Faculty /.gov gold conference pass. Information about purchasing tickets can be found here.


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