OFFSITE and Idea Sandbox Launch 2013 Speaker Series to Benefit All Marketers; January Kicks Off with "How to be Innovative - No, Really Innovative - in 2013"

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OFFSITE, New York City’s most evocative corporate meeting and private event space, has teamed up with D.C.’s premiere remarkable marketing agency Idea Sandbox to offer an ongoing speaker series beginning January 8, 2013. The first seminar, “How to be Innovative - No, Really Innovative - in 2013” will take attendees through the process of innovation - combining techniques in idea-generation, leadership, decision-making and problem-solving.

"How To Be Innovative - No, Really Innovative - in 2013"

"How To Be Innovative - No, Really Innovative - in 2013"

We want to help people get past talking about innovation to obtaining the tools and techniques to do the work! That is what we're going to cover in this seminar.

OFFSITE, New York City’s most evocative corporate meeting and private event space, has teamed up with D.C.’s premiere remarkable marketing agency Idea Sandbox to offer an ongoing speaker series beginning January 8, 2013. The first seminar, “How to be Innovative - No, Really Innovative - in 2013” will take attendees through the process of innovation - combining techniques in idea-generation, leadership, decision-making and problem-solving. Paul Williams and Shannon Jones, remarkable marketers from Idea Sandbox, will lead participants through the stages of the innovation process and discuss how to be successful every step of the way.

"People get how important innovation can be to an organization," commented Paul Williams, founder of Idea Sandbox, "But, we want to help people get past talking about innovation to obtaining the tools and techniques to do the work! That is what we're going to cover in this seminar."

“How to be Innovative - No, Really Innovative - in 2013” will be presented in the perfect location - OFFSITE’s stunning meeting and event space in Midtown Manhattan. Built from the ground up, OFFSITE combines inspiring design with high-tech sensibilities to foster creativity, spark innovation and allow ideation to thrive.

At the end of the seminar, attendees will have the tools and processes they can utilize with their specific team or throughout an entire organization that will allow for the development of more innovative ideas, products and services.

Immediately following the seminar, a 2-hour networking event at OFFSITE will give participants a chance to meet and mingle with their fellow marketers, advertisers, designers and innovators.

“How to be Innovative - No, Really Innovative - in 2013” will be held at OFFSITE at 52 W. 39th. St. on January 8, 2013 from 3:00-5:00 PM with a networking reception from 5:00-7:00 PM. The venue is conveniently located a short walk from Grand Central Station, Penn Station and most subway lines in the city. To purchase tickets, please visit the Eventbrite page.

About OFFSITE:

OFFSITE is the Midtown Manhattan's preeminent private meeting and event space. There's not other space quite like OFFSITE, where you're inspired to think more freely, work more collaboratively and explore ideas more creatively. Each room is tailored to a specific purpose - from the spacious Main Floor lounge for free-flowing conversation on the street level to the Mezzanine conference area designed to spark imaginative thinking and discussion to the playful environment in the Underground - and is complete with technology that is second-to-none. The 4200 sq ft. enclave, which opened its doors in July 2012 to fill a void in the market for innovative business spaces, was designed and wired to inspire creativity and productivity - not just the planning of it.

About IDEA SANDBOX:

Idea Sandbox is the remarkable marketing agency with more than 45 years experience building marketing, branding and customer-experience strategy for experience-based brands like Starbucks Coffee Company and The Disney Company in the U.S. and around the world. Driven by his passion to help others create remarkable ideas, Paul Williams founded Idea Sandbox in 2005. He and the team help brands solve challenges, grow their business, think-up remarkable ideas, and create innovation.

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