San Francisco, CA, June 16, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Founder and CEO of Hidden Rhythm, Cynthia Samanian, is slated to lead a workshop at NatchCom 2019, the two-day event designed to be a hands-on, interactive experience that helps industry professionals take their digital marketing efforts to the next level. The event kicks off on Monday, June 17th at the Golden Gate Club in the Presidio of San Francisco. From interactive dinners to pop-ups, Hidden Rhythm creates one-of-a-kind events that showcase brands to influencers, media, and the general public. As an expert in the space, Cynthia Samanian will share how brands can grow online by working with influencers offline.
NatchCom is an event and community designed to seamlessly connect the power players in today's digital world with industry professionals in the $180 billion natural products industry. No other event brings together the natural product industry and tech to optimize profits, share marketing best practices and network.
“I am delighted to be leading a workshop like this at NatchCom this year,” said Cynthia Samanian, Founder and CEO of Hidden Rhythm. “This conference strives to explore ways to bring an online presence to natural products – in food and beyond. That is what we do best at Hidden Rhythm. Each offline brand activation is an opportunity to engage with a digital community that is disrupting marketing – social media influencers and content creators who drive impactful consumer engagement. I am excited to be a part of this conversation and share the insights that my team and I have experienced firsthand.”
About Hidden Rhythm
Hidden Rhythm is a San Francisco-based experiential marketing agency for brands in food, wellness, and beyond. Cynthia Samanian, Founder and CEO, started the agency in 2018 as a result of her deeply rooted passion for bringing people together over food and shared experiences. Hidden Rhythm’s mission is simple: to spark engaging relationships that build loyalty between brands and their communities. To learn more, visit hiddenrhythm.com.