In preparation for PSFK CONFERENCE 2014, here’s a round-up of the stimulating talks from previous conferences.
Every year, PSFK is thrilled and honored to welcome a diverse group of creative thinkers to the stage for our flagship New York event. This year’s speakers are currently being announced, and include people from diverse backgrounds like design, tech, advertising, and every industry in-between. With PSFK CONFERENCE 2014 only a few weeks away, here’s a look back at some of the great innovators who have spoken on our stage at previous conferences.
Neil Blumenthal, one of the co-founders of Warby Parker, discussed how to build a brand using narrative and vulnerability, thinking first of the issues in the industry to build a better company.
Why Social Networks Are Making Us More Creative
Abigail Posner, Head Of Strategic Planning for Agency Development at Google, talked at our 2013 conference about how social media helps us see our world for the first time again with new eyes, making the familiar fascinating.
Graham Hill, founder of TreeHugger, invites the audience to reduce, remove and re-imagine their lives so that they can live happier in his talk from 2012.
Rachel Sterne, Chief Digital Officer for NYC, talks about interaction between citizens and the government with the integration of digital platforms in the Big Apple.
Joe Gebbia, co-founder of Airbnb, talks about the importance of timing when launching a new community and how unrelated ideas can reinvigorate a business.
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