Scenes from a LiveIntent talent show

LiveIntent’s first talent show took place in mid-November. We wanted to reward our employees with some holiday cheer and laughter, a much-needed Q4 workday break, a belly full of tasty breakfast sandwiches, and a delicious catered lunch. We saw terrific demonstrations of talent within our company, both virtually and live.

MC’d by our very own director of customer success, Justin Senno, and attended by 80+ employees in person and 100+ virtually, the talent show proved the perfect excuse to avoid responding to emails for a few hours. “It was so great to get to see the wide array of backgrounds and talents here at LiveIntent, and to have the opportunity to enjoy that, in person, with old and new friends was great,” said one of our attendees, Adam Yecies, customer success manager.

We had a wide array of talents, from singing to piano playing to painting. We even had a spectacular display of athleticism from our chief information officer, Phillip Markert, who managed to blow everyone away with his unicycling. After seeing the exciting showcase of talents within our company, many employees felt inspired to pick up a hobby, including campaign performance coordinator Adama Bangoura, who expressed interest in learning how to play acoustic guitar.

Below are some great shots and clips from the talent show!

Ally Salerno singing Adele’s “Easy On Me”
LiveIntenters applaud as Ally exits off the stage.
Justin Senno interviews Phillip Markert as he balances on his unicycle.
Curran bell plays the keyboard after teaching himself during the pandemic.
Neha Banthia displays one of her wonderful paintings.