The City Edition, April 19th 2018

An invite-only, immersive experience that brought together a select group of influential leaders at the intersection of creativity, media, and technology. VIEWS The City Edition continued the spirit of our flagship 2017 event on Sir Richard Branson's Necker Island with the bustling energy of New York for a relaxed, off-the-record day of meaningful connections and thought-provoking ideas.

Some of the industry's most prominent executives delved into the ever-evolving role of creativity in a digital world. Exploring how human ingenuity will interface with artificial intelligence - how the human body, the communication, the cities and brands none-the-less will change. 

The Venue and Happening

Spring Place on 6 St Johns Lane  is a state-of-the-art collaborative space and private-members club in TriBeCa where inspiring minds in fashion, art, business, and entertainment come to work, host and create. Sharing the remarkable TriBeCa building with its sister organization, Spring Studios visitors are immersed in a cultural hub that includes the Tribeca Film Festival, Independent Art Fair, New York Fashion Week, and now VIEWS. 

At Spring, there are the workings of culture at every turn which made it the perfect setting for our first installment of The City Edition

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Organizing Committee

  • Miha Mikek

    Miha Mikek

    Founder & CEO

    Celtra

    Miha Mikek

  • Andrew Essex

    Andrew Essex

    Former CEO

    Droga5

    Andrew Essex

  • Wenda Harris Millard

    Wenda Harris Millard

    Vice Chairman

    Medialink

    Wenda Harris Millard

  • Terry Kawaja

    Terry Kawaja

    Founder & CEO

    Luma Partners

    Terry Kawaja

  • Adam Bain

    Adam Bain

    Former COO

    Twitter

    Adam Bain

  • Tiffany R. Warren

    Tiffany R. Warren

    Senior VP, Chief Diversity Officer

    OMNICOM

    Tiffany R. Warren

  • Maryam Banikarim

    Maryam Banikarim

    CMO

    HYATT

    Maryam Banikarim

  • Mark Read

    Mark Read

    CEO

    Wunderman

    Mark Read