PSFK Conference New York

Date & Time

START: 8:30 AM April 8, 2011
END: 6:00 PM April 8, 2011


Since 2007, PSFK has been bringing together feature creative professionals behind the inspiration to give attendees the opportunity to hear the backstory and experiences of these inspiring minds. This year marks the 5th annual conference. Creative professionals from advertising, design, marketing and technology industries will have the opportunity to listen to a mix of inspirational speakers curated by the PSFK editorial team.

The program includes a diverse range of speakers with backgrounds in art, technology, design, marketing, and media. The goal is to create an environment where disparate ideas can come together in new ways to fuel work that changes the world for the better.

Confirmed speakers include:

Main Stage Speakers
John Bielenberg – Creative Revolutionary, COMMON
Eoin Billings – Urban Transformer, BillingsJackson
Daniel Cherry III – Brand Builder, The New York Cosmos
Ben Lerer – Publishing Pioneer, Thrillist
Aaron Dignan – Gaming Innovator, Undercurrent
Joe Gebbia – Travel Visionary, airbnb
Justin Gignac – New York Artist,
Duncan Jackson – Streetscape Sculptor, BillingsJackson
Rachel Sterne – Digital Forerunner, NYC Mayor’s Office
Yancey Strickler – Dream Creator, Kickstarter
Theresa Tran – Brand Builder, The New York Cosmos

Main Stage Panelists
Jill Fehrenbacher – Mindful Designer, Inhabitat
John Gerzema – Social Theorist, Y&R
Scott Lachut – Trends Consultant, PSFK
Greg Lindsay – Globalization Author, Fast Company
Ayesha Khanna – Strategic Futurist, Hybrid Reality Institute
Allison Mooney – Trends Authority, Google
Katherine Moriwaki – New Media Researcher, Parsons
Phil Patton – Design Professor, School of Visual Arts
Timo Rissanen – Sustainability Educator, Parsons

Featured Panelists
Patrick Donnelly – Creative Producer, 2ergo
Carlos LaMadrid – Chief Brand Officer, Woman’s Day
Robin Lanahan – Brand Director, Microsoft Tag
Roger Marquis – Founder, 2D Barcode Strategy
John Puterbaugh – CEO, Nellymoser

Tickets are available for $395 for the full day pass and includes lunch & breakfast. They offer bulk deals for block-bookings. Please contact [email protected]

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