Speaker Update For PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO
On November 1, we host a festival of strategy and ideas with an audience of creative minds and some of the most inspiring change-makers we have featured on PSFK.com.
On November 1, we mix an audience of creative minds with a line-up of some of the most inspiring change-makers we have written about on the pages of PSFK.com recently. For keynote speakers at PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO, we have master storytellers like Chase Jarvis and Scott Bedbury, community creators like the music producer Jermaine Durpi, designers shaping the tech of tomorrow including Amit Gapti and Marc Shillum. In addition we have the bio-hacker Neil Harbisson and Regina Ellis from the health & happiness organization JoyRx.
We also have some previous speakers from Airbnb.com, 826National, Neighborgoods and Wieden Kennedy giving updates since they last spoke. Other speakers include thought leaders such as Rohit Bhargava and Eric Corey Freed.
Held at the Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, the day promises to be a festival of strategy and ideas. To dream ‘One Day’, come join a community of design, advertising, digital and creative business professionals for PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO.
Tickets and further details here: PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO
(This event is likely to sell out)
During a webinar on Thursday July 13th at 10am, the PSFK research team will be presenting findings from our most recent report, Future of Manufacturing. For this project, we looked at how brands and organizations can meet elevated consumer needs and combat increased market competition by leveraging connected technologies that give total insights to manage their end-to-end operations and the opportunity to integrate cutting-edge technologies to reinvent supply chains.
Christina Agapakis, creative director at Ginkgo Bioworks, discussed how she uses her background in science and collaborates with engineers, designers, artists and social scientists to explore the many unexpected connections between microbiology, technology, art and popular culture.