If you’re still toying with the idea of coming to PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO on November 1st maybe we can help you decide. If you work in advertising or marketing, or are a designer, an educator, or a true digital native; or just a global change-maker, there’s something at this event for you.
PSFK CONFERENCE FOR MAD MEN & MARKETING SUITS
There’s a line up at PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO to inspire the way you think about creating valuable interaction with your audiences. Brand guru Scott Bedbury will discuss adapting the lessons he’s learned from his heyday at Nike and Starbucks to this digital era of start-ups and tech powerhouses; marketing guru Rohit Bhargarva will talk about how building deeper and more trusting business relationships is the key to success in business and life; Method‘s Eric Ryan will share his thoughts on establishing a financially successful green business; IDEO’s Dana Cho and Beau Trincia will explain how shifting buyer behavior has smart retailers responding with innovative in-store offerings.
FOR DESIGNERS & ARTISTS
We have amazing creative minds at PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO that will change the way you apply your skills to your work. NYC-based architects Rockwell are sending the founders of their LAB to demonstrate how offline and online worlds can meld together to create experiences; NewDealDesign founder Gadi Amit will discuss the Lytro camera and designing tech in anticipation to cultural shifts; Designer Marc Shillum will offer his theory on why creating believable and consistent brands can be done through repeating patterns; Experimental artist Neil Harbisson will talk about ‘seeing color’ and why now is the right time to have implanted a third, bionic eye.
The speaker list at PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO includes experts leading the way people learn and gain skills. 826 National boss Gerald Richards talks about its unique educational model, rooted in strong writing skills with a culture of imagination. Photographer Chase Jarvis will talk about how CreativeLIVE is revolutionizing peer-to-peer learning for creative professionals; Jason Oberfest of Mango Health will give his take on why mobile healthcare apps are poised to educate consumers to lead healthier lives en masse.
FOR DIGITAL NATIVES
There are a handful of innovative creatives who are evolving the tech experience speaking at PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO. Siva Kumar and Usher Lieberman will explain how TheFind leverages social data from Facebook to tailor online shopping experiences; W+K’s Nick Barham will discuss how Portland’s Pie Incubator is igniting the startup scene in Oregon; Joe Gebbia of AirBnb will talk about inspiring and effortless user experience online; Microsoft Bing‘s Stephanie Horstmanshof and Kristin Dean discuss fresh ways to design for the web.
FOR GLOBAL CHANGE-MAKERS (NEW & OLD)
The line up at PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO includes some exceptional minds trying to create change through new approaches. organicArchitect Founder Eric Corey Freed will discuss designing for a post-carbon economy; Visionary Jermaine Dupri and iCrossing’s David Deal will talk about how Global 14 is injecting community back into social media; frog Principal Designer Michael McDaniel will discuss how a cable-powered, aerial mass transit offers a mass transit solution for twenty-first century cities; Regina Ellis of JoyRx will talk about harnessing joy in order to rethink holistic healthcare for the critically ill.
Now we’ve written all this, we can’t wait either. And it’s not only about what happens on stage. Anyone who has been to a PSFK event before knows that the interaction and sharing of ideas between the people in the audience is just as important.
We’re really excited about PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO on Thursday, November 1st. Doors open 8.30am, show starts 9.30am for a full day.
To see the full speaker line up or get your tickets, please visit the PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO event page.
We hope we’ve persuaded a few of you guys that it’s worth attending! Tickets and further details can be found here.