On Friday 27 September, myself and Alex are heading over to New York for nine days to catch-up with some familiar faces as well as meet a number of new ones. While we’re there we will also be speaking at Parsons for AIGA on the theme of “International Perspectives”. We’ll cover how It’s Nice That started and grew alongside our sister agency INT Works as well as discuss some broader thoughts on the relationship between the two and the challenges and opportunities we have. There’s more information on the link below as well as details of tickets, we’ll also be going for some drinks after if you want to say hello, more details to follow (most likely through Twitter, follow us here – @itsnicethat)
In between all of this we want to know what else we should go an see, so if you’re living, studying, working or have recently returned from New York we want to hear from you! What should we go and see, where should we go and eat and drink, etc… Please let us know what you think in the comments section below. Thanks, and see you in New York!
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