Snap Partner Summit Goes Virtual

The event will be webcast June 11

The keynote will be delivered by co-founders CEO Evan Spiegel and chief technology officer Bobby Murphy Snap Inc.

Snap Inc. will livestream its Snap Partner Summit June 11, with in-person events still on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The webcast and video breakout sessions will be available on the Snapchat website, with “doors opening” at 9:45 a.m. PT/12:45 p.m. ET that day and the keynote beginning 15 minutes later.

The keynote will be delivered by co-founders CEO Evan Spiegel and chief technology officer Bobby Murphy, joined by other team members.

New product features and partnerships will be detailed for augmented reality offerings, the Discover content platform, developer and creator ecosystems and other areas.

Snap Inc. said video breakout sessions will be made public following the conclusion of the keynote, and a replay of the keynote will be available on the company’s investor relations site for at least 90 days, and via the Snapchat YouTube channel.

Spiegel said in a statement, “We deeply value our partners and the role they play in empowering our community to express themselves, live in the moment, learn about the world and have fun together. We’re looking forward to celebrating our partners and sharing more about the future of the products and platforms that we’ve been building together.”


david.cohen@adweek.com David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.
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