Examples of experiential in a Sentence
possesses the kind of experiential knowledge that is gained only from a long and eventful life
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So in recent years, Sanrio has branched out beyond products and into launching pop-up businesses and other experiential opportunities, many of them tied to food — and primed for sharing on social media, Takiguchi said.
Asking people to think about having their income cut in half also eliminated the experiential-purchase advantage.
The bride, who is 35 and based in New York, oversees global experiential marketing for St. Regis, The Ritz-Carlton, Ritz-Carlton Reserve and Bulgari Hotels and Resorts.
However, experiential learning and on-the-job training is also a high priority at the other UMass schools, in part because employers in a variety of fields are clamoring for more workers.
The proliferation of ketamine clinics alarms Bennett too, but her worry is that the experiential aspect of the drug is being ignored, to patients' detriment.
Obviously, however, this scene skewed to the far side of that experiential spectrum.
This summer, Refinery29 is launching its own experiential exhibition in San Francisco’s iconic Palace of Fine Arts, and tickets are selling fast.
There could also be indoor golf, virtual reality or other experiential concepts in that building.
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