Beats & Bytes: WORLDZ of Inspiration

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The first ever WORLDZ conference has me more than inspired. I left with a whole new set of friends and constituents. It was a crazy week in LA with WORLDZ, Heaven Sent and Teen Choice Awards.

At the WORLDZ premiere, class was definitely in session. It was awesome to see the head of tell his story and bring up some top “Muusers” to truly demo his app. Feels like this has more than legs.

And Gary V preached major knowledge to the room of his fans, colleagues and friends. He is on fire these days and staying on the pulse. I’m loving the content he’s making.

Anyway WORLDZ was world class and a great mix. I think it was my favorite event of the year so far. But with the fresh perspectives I’m so glad to be back in NYC and back in the office the next couple weeks until Labor Day. You know where to find me in the last dog days of Summer. Same number. Same hood. It’s all good.

– @JesseKay


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