Introducing: The Dieline Forum San Francisco
by First name Last name on 08/30/2011 | 1 Minute Read
The New Forum for Package Design. When putting our thoughts together for The Dieline Forum, we wanted to break away from our flagship conference model and start something new! We created conference that is intimate and fosters an environment for interpersonal communication.
We are excited to announce The Dieline Forum: San Francisco - a day and a half conference designed to foster interaction, discussion, and the exchange of ideas. Specifically designed to cater to a smaller audience, The Dieline Forum will address the concerns of working professionals in the package design industry in a specific regional area. The Dieline Forum is comprised of shorter and direct sessions - with the intended goal being - efficient information. We have also opened the lines of communication via our discussion panels, so no questions or topics are off limits.
We have curated an accomplished group of individuals to share their breath of knowledge with you. Whether it's developing a brand like Pinkberry, or removing the logo off one of the biggest brands in the world, our speakers offer insight into their decision making - as well as what drives them about package design.
Some of our speakers include: Yves Behar, Founder of Fuseproject, Josh Handy, VP of Design at Method, and Mike Peck, Senior Design Manager of Starbucks, and many more.
We have done things a little different for The Dieline Forum. Instead of offering full hour sessions, The Dieline Forum will feature two session formats: 20 minutes and 50 minutes. Our 50 minute sessions will offer a more traditional session model, while our 20 minute sessions provide fast and direct information. In addition, The Dieline Forum will offer discussion panels, where the day's speakers will address your questions and topics.
- Portfolio Review - Have your work critiqued by the experts- Networking opportunities- Be inspired by one of the greatest design cities in the world
We have two spots currently open, so please submit your proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at The Dieline Forum: San Francisco, please contact Elayne Recupero at 267-247-5874 or email@example.com.
Hurry, we have a limited number of seats and will likely sell out, so register now to guarantee your spot.