We were elated to get an inside look at Bloomberg Businessweek‘s brand revival with an in-depth interview with the creative in-house team and their fearless leader, Richard Turley, in the January issue of HOW. This team of talented in-house creatives is a source of awe-inspiring covers and articles. Because of this award-winning team and Businessweek‘s focus on design in various disciplines, we’re excited about the announcement of their second annual design conference. The Bloomberg Businessweek Design 2014 will be held on Monday, March 10, 2014 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
Bloomberg Businessweek Design 2014 promises to be an exciting event with design professionals from all different fields–graphic design, urban design, 3D printing and so on. Much like the publication, this design event will look at how business and design can come together to solve many of the today’s problems. Their roster includes Gadi Amit (president of NewDealDesign), Bre Pettis (CEO of MakerBot) and Todd Waterbury (senior vice president/executive creative director at Target), among others.
Josh Tyrangiel, editor of Bloomberg Businessweek says:
Over the last decade we’ve all seen how innovation and design are linked—and how the right design can change a company’s destiny. The exceptional group of designers joining us in San Francisco are leading their companies and clients to new territory and re-imagining how we experience the world. It’ll be great fun to hear them present, argue, collaborate, and challenge one other, while sharing their secrets for doing great and impactful work.
With 400 anticipated attendees and four sessions, including time to interact with the Businessweek team and presenters, this design conference promises some great networking and time to recharge your motivation.
Don’t miss your chance to spend several days among like-minded design professionals. Learn from some of the top designers, such as Stefan Sagmeister, and find new connections at this year’s HOW Design Live. Register by February 11 and save $300.