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Art Should Tempt : Gathering '17

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Art Should Tempt (AST) is an online magazine that features handpicked individuals/brands/places in the creative and cultural design space - while following a distinct style of photography and writing. We are launching our first print 'Issue 001' via an exclusive gathering of influential individuals from across the country on Oct 28th, 2017 @ WeWork (BKC), Mumbai.


Agenda

17:30 - Arrival

18:00 - Welcome Note by AST

18:10 - The Bombay Perfumery Workshop

18:35 - Marcus Ranney on experimental wellbeing

19:00 - Ravi Vazirani, how intimate design can be

19:25 - Ruchita Shah, building communities through authenticity

20:00 - Drink Infusions by Alcohol Company

20:30 - Networking and Refreshments till 22:00


  AST Express -  Offline newspaper

AST Express -  Offline newspaper

Sponsorship Opportunity @ AST Gathering:

AST Offline Gatherings are invite-only, with an emphasis on value added through the line of speakers, the agenda and the curated list of attendees. The audience appreciates, and is receptive to, respectful brand communication. In order to access this community - you can sponsor the event video or showcase your products in our online magazine & AST Express, with the necessary hand holding and guidance by our community managers.

Event Video:

  1. 1 Million+ reach via social media & top publishers in India. 
  2. Product placement during the event & sponsor banner ad towards the end or at the start of the video.
  3. Influencer marketing via esteemed guests at the event. 
  4. An informative article about the product on ArtShouldTempt.com

Magazine Advertisement:

  1. 10,000+ AST Express distribution to a select mailing list of influential individuals across the country.
  2. Be a part of India's first slow lifestyle magazine - appreciating luxury and minimalism 
  3. Online distribution via AST Instagram & Facebook account
  4. An informative article about the product on ArtShouldTempt.com
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