What PSFK Offers Mad Men & Marketing Suits In San Francisco On Nov 1

What PSFK Offers Mad Men & Marketing Suits In San Francisco On Nov 1

Line up at PSFK CONFERENCE SF will inspire the way you think about creating valuable interaction with your audiences.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 21 october 2012

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. In a series of posts this week, we’re going to explain who is speaking and why their talks should be inspirational for various creative professionals. In this first post we’ll look at what the event will be useful for folks working in advertising and marketing:


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 the heydays of 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.

To see the full speaker line up or get your tickets, please visit the PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO event page.


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