Join us as we explore what makes an amazing presentation and discuss the Big Fish Presentations process that will help you write a compelling argument in as little as 15 minutes.
After 4 sold out conferences from May 2017 to February 2018, the Assembly Required team is excited to launch the evolution to our event series – Some Assembly Required.
Visit the ThreeSixtyEight office for an evening of snacks, facilitated discussion + group activities, and networking with local bites and brews. Tickets are extremely limited so get yours before they're gone – we will NOT be releasing extra tickets for this event.
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BIG THANKS TO OUR LEAD SPONSOR
Your 2019 Some Assembly Required ticket benefits JA’s Trust Your Crazy Ideas Challenge.
After a successful run of quarterly conferences in the 2017-2018 season, Assembly Required is evolving to better suit the need of our attendees. Our 2019 season will feature four micro-events called “Some Assembly Required” with the final event of the season featuring a donation to a local nonprofit. The donation will be funded by 25% of ticket sales + a percentage of ThreeSixtyEight 2019 revenue.
This evolution will help Assembly Required further embody its role as a platform that not only connects and teaches leaders, creatives, innovators and entrepreneurs but also directly impacts its community.
MEET our nonprofit beneficiary
We chose to support Junior Achievement’s Trust Your Crazy Ideas competition, which is partnered with the Brees Dream Foundation. Building on Assembly Required’s strong entrepreneurial themes, we saw the opportunity to impact an audience we typically don’t reach through partnering with this student entrepreneurship competition. As described on their website, “the competition teaches entrepreneurial thinking to students and fine tunes their business pitches before presenting the finalists at a culminating event during New Orleans Entrepreneur Week.”
Our hope is through Assembly Required, we provide additional funds that support the scholarship prize. With more money, more teams can win scholarships to pursue their ideas.