13 Generation Z-Friendly Ideas From the ‘Teen Vogue’ Summit


The inaugural two-day event in Los Angeles brought in speakers, decor, and sponsors designed to appeal to a younger, socially conscious generation. On December 1 and 2, more than 500 young people gathered in Los Angeles for the inaugural Teen Vogue Summit: two days of activism and empowerment-theme talks from Hillary Clinton, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Women’s March organizer Paola Mendoza, poet and artist Cleo Wade, Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson, film director Ava Duvernay, and more.The event, which was planned and designed mostly in-house by 23 Stories—Condé Nast’s experiential arm—was created with Generation Z and young millennials in mind.. . . read more at BizBash

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