The 4As’ Strategy Festival took place in New York City this week and, inevitably, lead to a steady stream of confusing, bizarre, and often nonsensical tweets from attendees. Here are some of our favorites.
We as planners have a way of thinking. A way of seeing the world that allows us to solve all problems. Start tapping into this #4astratfest
— Monica Camacho (@monicacamacho) October 26, 2012
Can you defend the brand experiences you create to your grandma? #4astratfest
— edward (@cotton) October 25, 2012
— Melinda Flores (@melindarox) October 26, 2012
“It’s hard to read the label from inside the jar.”(John Marshall Roberts) Indeed.#4AStratfest
— Sara Pomish (@sarapomish) October 25, 2012
These are new brands. You should be hula-hooping unicorns. -Michael Fanuele #4astratfest
— Alex Marsh (@aumarsh) October 26, 2012
— Tom Merrick (@ThatTomMerrick) October 25, 2012
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