The New York Times Adds More Eminent Names To The International Luxury Conference Speaker Lineup | Business Wire

The conferences Next Big Thing speakers include: Dr. Mitchell Joachim, Associate Professor of Practice, NYU; Co-Founder of Terreform ONE Francis Bitonti, President and Founding Director, Francis Bitonti http://www.scientificcomputing.com/news/2014/10/counter-measure-offers-cyber-protection-supply-chains Studio Christina Mercando, Founder and CEO, Ringly Suzanne Lee, Founder and CEO, Biocouture Dan Steingart, PhD, Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University Skylar Tibbits, Director, Self-Assembly Lab, MIT Department of Architecture Art will be a focus both in the conference program and the event space itself, with renowned curator Francesco Bonami inviting artists to present their work as pop-up performances that will function as surprising and entertaining intermissions at key points during the conference. The 2014 New York Times International Luxury conference is supported by principal sponsor Mercedes-Benz . The 2014 Luxury conference is presented in association with Perez Art Museum Miami and Miami Design District Associates. The New York Times International Luxury conference is also sponsored by Pernod Ricard, Fincantieri, Essec Business School, Dentons, Iguatemi, Almax, Elite Traveler, Getty Images, Ohana & Co. and International Fur Federation.
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