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PSFK Conference New York 2010 : Speakers Announced

PSFK Conference New York 2010 : Speakers Announced
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On April 9, PSFK will return for the fourth year to Manhattan to host one of the most inspirational events available for creative professionals today.

Dan Gould
  • 24 february 2010

PSFK Conference New York 2010

On April 9, PSFK will return for the fourth year to Manhattan to host one of the most inspirational events available for creative professionals today. PSFK Conference New York will bring together a large crowd of likeminds to learn and share new ideas that will help us make tomorrow better.

Gather Inspiration
Listen to over 20 speakers as they share ideas and opinions from the forefront of culture. Topics range from the arts to entertainment, from business to the web.

Gather Together
Meet with 400 creative minds as they gather to discuss and expand upon the ideas they encounter at the conference. PSFK Conferences are attended by designers, digital creatives, entrepreneurs, journalists, planners, strategists and writers.

Gather Your Thoughts
Absorb the inspiration from the conversations that take place and come to your own conclusions about how to make your work, play and the world around you better.

Purchase tickets here.

AGENDA

Previous speakers at PSFK events include Shepard Fairey, Seth Godin, Jeff Staple; and key innovators from Apple, BBC, Esty.com, foursquare, the Guardian, MTV, NASA, Nokia, Starbucks and Virgin America. This year we will be releasing the speaker list in batches over the coming few weeks as we confirm their availability. Currently confirmed:

  • Andrew Hoppin – CIO who leverages digital media to create social impact across New York
  • Zach Lieberman – Creative technologist whose work bridges the real world with the digital
  • Shantell Martin – Illustrator & VJ who creates vivid video-projection oras
  • Erik Proulx – Creative catalyst who inspires peers about their future; filmmaker behind Lemonade

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