[NYC Edition, powered by DoubleDutch]

Private, invite-only experience for marketing, innovation, and event industry executives

The Stories: Hear 8 innovation, tech, event and marketing leaders share authentic, personal 5-minute stories on-stage. Audience votes for winner. The topic?  "Serendipitous Connections."

The Salon: Imagine a Happy Hour with no small talk or awkwardness - that's our Salon Happy Hour. You'll be matched to others for the conversations that matter to you. Complimentary open bar.

November 15, 2018, 5-7pm 
Secret Location in Lower Manhattan - will be revealed post-RSVP

VERY limited seats available, reserve complimentary tickets through the link below


What Humans Are Sharing About Their StorySalon Experience

“I was not sure what to expect from the Doubledutch Storyteller event, what I experienced was beyond expectations. Inspired by the stories shared, the friends made and the opportunity to connect on a personal level with a diverse range of people. I left feeling invigorated and reminded that every connection really does matter!” - Simon F, Recruiting Manager | Brand, Reputation & Creative (Tech) Marketing @ Facebook

“It was serendipitous that I was invited to join the SF Storytellers event through LinkedIn - and that I accepted because I typically don’t reply to messages. It was a thrill to learn about the other participants stories, be part of such a dynamic and diverse group of incredible storytellers and to meet my new tribe of friends. The team behind this event are true connectors, and a true testament to the power of social media bringing us together face to face to connect and forge new friendships and business relationships!” 
Emily F, Global Brand @ CISCO

“This event was more than making quick connections, I’ve made meaningful relationships! Truly a great experience and would recommend others to share their stories as well.”
Shannel H, Global Events @ Bloomberg 

“My storytelling experience with Diana and the DoubleDutch Team was absolutely amazing! It was more than standing up and telling a story for five minutes, it is about sharing who you are, listening to other storytellers and getting to know them in a very different light – and developing connections that are so unique. Recommend it highly”
Parvez A, Global Marketing @ Oracle