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Tuesday, October 6 • 11:45am - 1:15pm
Lunch Keynote: Private is the New Public (panel)

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In 2015, everything we do is public, even our private stuff. Four of Atlanta's most well-known and beloved business folks, including Chef Hugh Acheson of Empire State South, artist Kyle Brooks of Blackcattips fame, Kyle Tibbs Jones of The Bitter Southerner, and Nick Carse of King of Pops will be here to talk social media, and how (or if) you should maintain a difference between your personal or business accounts on social media.

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Jason Dominy

Social Media Manager, Dalton Agency
Jason Dominy is social media leader with more than 6 years of experience in creating social media strategy, content, engagement tactics and influencer marketing plans. He has managed social media content for brands like Coca-Cola, Wells Fargo, Chick-fil-A, UPS, and others. In his current position at Dalton Agency, he leads all social media efforts for all clients out of their Atlanta office. He also writes a very popular Atlanta food blog... Read More →

Speakers
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Hugh Acheson

Chef/Owner, Empire State South
HUGH ACHESON is the author of the James Beard Award Winning cookbook A NEW TURN IN THE SOUTH: Southern Flavors Reinvented for Your Kitchen and chef/owner of the Athens, Georgia, restaurants 5 & 10 and The National, the Atlanta restaurant Empire State South, and the Savannah restaurant The Florence. A New Turn in the South won the award for Best Cookbook in the field of “American Cooking” by the James Beard Foundation in 2012. His second... Read More →
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Kyle Brooks

Artist/Owner, BlackCatTips
I am a streetfolk artist. Sometimes I create art under the name of BlackCatTips. Most of my life, I have lived in and around Atlanta. My work is a whimsical mix of southern folk art and street art mixed with hand painted signs. My public art encompasses murals and street art installations. I create paintings on found materials. I have created work for large companies and the individual. I have a red beard and like to wear old-timey hats. I also... Read More →
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Nick Carse

Co-Founder, King of Pops
Nick was slow slow to choose his path after graduating with an information systems degree from UGA he worked at insurance behemoth AIG. After watching crash tests and developing insurance loss models for a few years he got antsy and headed to law school at GSU. After graduating and finding no jobs in the copyright/trademark arena he served a stint as a prosecutor. After a couple years of jury trials he decided that it'd be more fun to see... Read More →
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Kyle Tibbs Jones

Co-Founder/Social Director, The Bitter Southerner
​Kyle Tibbs Jones is Social Director and one of four Co-Founders of The Bitter Southerner, an on-line multimedia cultural magazine about the American South. In describing The Bitter Southerner, Kyle says, "The BS is for those of us who want to tell the world why our region is awesome and those of us who want to change the things that are not. We've published one great story a week, for a little over two years, and our audience continues to... Read More →


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