Skift Take

When an audience is both howling with laughter and taking down notes, you know you're hitting the right ones.

Nick Gray, founder of Museum Hack, spoke for a second year at the Skift Global Forum, this time about creative chaos and the minds of millennial travelers.

Gray’s talk concluded the two-day event, and in order to keep people in their seats he found it necessary to choreograph a multi-person song and dance act. Gray took the audience through challenges faced by millennial travelers, including user-generated content, the search for authenticity, mobile devices, and what to do when you’re vastly outnumbered by senior citizens on a cruise ship between the United States and Japan.

This is the latest Skift Global Forum 2015 video we have posted. Over the next month we’ll release each of the three dozen-plus presentations from the 2015 Skift Global Forum. To keep track of them all, bookmark Skift Global Forum.

Watch the video, above, for the full 22-minute performance.

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