Home Featured Events Fly Your Geek Flag At Creative Coast and ATDC’s Geekend

Fly Your Geek Flag At Creative Coast and ATDC’s Geekend

by Angela King

Geekend is the content-driven, interactive conference phenomenon your inner Geek has been waiting for!

In partnership with The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), The Creative Coast is gearing up for its third annual Geekend on January 27-28th in Savannah, Georgia. The conference straddles the intersection where entrepreneurs, designers, developers, marketers and other creatives meet. The weekend packs in content-driven presentations, interactive workshops, and thought-provoking panels to spark conversations and push action to create, do, make and define tomorrow.

Are you curious and creative? If so, you need a Geekend.

Join fellow geeks, AKA the brightest designers, coders, innovators, artists, technology mavericks, and forward-thinking entrepreneurs, this January in Savannah for several days packed with engaging speakers, fun-filled afterparties, and amazing networking opportunities. Get your tickets now for Geekend!

2017 Keynotes Include:

Shelly Steigerwald
Startup Product Marketer, Co-Founder Streetparkd

Shelley is the principal of Tandem Marketing + Consulting where she helps startups and small product teams craft and execute on marketing strategies. Tandem tackles product positioning, branding and messaging, targeted campaign planning, content marketing operations, research projects and more.

 

J Cornelius
President of Nine Labs

J Cornelius is the President of Nine Labs, an experience and strategy consultancy based in Atlanta GA. His work focuses on computer/human interaction, user experience, application strategy, technical systems implementation, and process analysis. He served as VP of Operations at CoffeeCup Software for 14 years where he helped steer the company from startup to multi-national, is President of the Atlanta Web Design Group, founded the Web Afternoon conference series, lectures at the University of Georgia’s Terry School of Business, and has lectured on topics from software development methodologies to the psychology of customer experience to groups of all sizes at events across the country.

You may also like