LIFESTYLE | MWC BARCELONA WITH LENOVO, PART II
This season I joined MWC the for the first time. As you remember from my first post I had a really cool time with the other insiders. Today I want you to get an insight of how flexible the products are to use and what they will actually do beside the usual functions..
Anyone's hungry over here? Well, let's have a cooking class and of course don't forget the yoga books. Together with Lenovo fans, influencers and insiders from all over the world we came together for a cooking class at born to cook in Barcelona. The background of this task was not only team building and filling our small bellies, more it was a creative way to make us aware how we can easily use our Lenovo devices beside messaging and working. With our Moto Z play devices and the Hasselblad mod we were able to zoom in every corner of the room and make sure to have a perfect capture.
With our thin yoga books we were able to note recipes and ideas for our authentic Spanish tapas which we prepared for each other. As you can see on the photo above this device isn't squeamish at all, as one of us was even writing with a knife on it.
After a creative and tech involved cooking session we have been off for a photo tour through the sights of Barcelona. Of course we were challenged to use our devices again. As the Hasselblad mod is a high quality add on we were asked to use it for our photos. Our completion was to take 2 totally different photos of Barcelona with a deep story coming along with it. For assistance we had help of 4 professional photographers joining us. The winner would receive the Moto z play and a Hasselblad mod. Sadly, I wasn't the winner but the whole tour was so much fun. I'm pretty committed to buy this device for my world travel by the way.
In the evening we headed back to the MWC venue, where Lenovo was hosting a cocktail party. YY, the chairman and CEO of Lenovo was also attending and took photos with fans and media.
It was a fun night and I even joined a photo booth with colorful light installations to take an unforgettable photo.
On the next day we went back to the fair, actually to the metro, which is connected with the fair, as Lenovo redesigned the entrance with Moto covers. A financial and lively experience and a lovely photo spot for me and the group.
Back at the Lenovo booth we discovered an inspiring project within which fans and followers from all over the world were able to take part in. A photo wall, covered with stickers of photos being uploaded within the hashtag #lenovoMWC. It is dedicated to the famous artist Gaudi. You wouldn't believe how excited I was about spotting myself on the wall for several times.
In the afternoon we had a meeting with David roman, taking about the products which have recently been launched and the future of Lenovo and Moto. For all of you who didn't know- Moto is a product line of Lenovo.
Later that day we had our farewell dinner, with authentic tapas. It was a stressful but so adventurous trip with Lenovo to Barcelona. I'm so grateful to work with a company which is improving and developing technique with resolutions for all kind of consumers, easy accessible and truly a leader and game changer. I'm happy that I was able to support and give my input for a (even more) successful future of a brand that I truly believe it. Lenovo is no follower, they are leaders and leaders a different. Because different is better.