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Event Photos & Video: Behind the Brands 2018

Photos and video from the event at IDEA1 on February 1, 2018



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San Diego Magazine and HATCH’s inaugural Behind the Brands, presented by ESET, engaged the community in conversation about the future of San Diego’s ever-evolving business landscape. The highlight of the evening were moderated Q&As with Karen Possemato, Vice President of Corporate Marketing & Communications at Illumina, Chris Wellons, Vice President of Manufacturing of President at Taylor Guitars, Melinda Del Toro, Senior Vice President of People and Culture at Viasat, and Tony Anscombe, a Global Security Evangelist at ESET and Jordan Stark, Founder of Product Etc.

In addition to the dynamic lineup of speakers, more than 450 guests enjoyed sips and bites from local restaurants and breweries, live music, complimentary resume workshops and professional headshot sessions.

Sponsors and partners for Behind the Brands included ESET, Alexandria, Cox Communications, Scripps Health, Viasat, Califia Farms, Orangetheory Fitness, IDEA1, Captured Photo Booths, Scantech Graphics & Displays, San Diego EDC, Passion Planner, Enjet Media, Joe Photograph, Jax Connolly Photo and Please and Thank You Liquor Bar. The evening’s charity beneficiary was I Love a Clean San Diego.

Photos by Jax Connolly

 

Event Video:

This video was produced by Enjet Media, the exclusive video partner for Behind the Brands.

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