April 1, 2015
Teknion Corporation today announced that it will host a select group of architects and designers under the age of 35 at the 2015 Applied Brilliance Conference to be held April 20-21 in New Orleans.
"Teknion is once again hosting six architects and designers through the Junior Fellows Sponsorship, which helps develop young talent under the age of 35," said Mary Ellen Magee, Director, Marketing Communications, Teknion. "Our guests will experience first-hand this year’s theme, Lifelines: How Storytelling Can Save Humanity. They will learn how storytelling connects, entertains and enlightens us, both professionally and personally, and how the power of storytelling is the foundation for sustainable businesses, services and brands."
The goal of the annual Applied Brilliance conference is to help shape the future and understand the present. This is accomplished by bringing together a community of the intellectually curious and independent thinkers who work alongside brilliant presenters from the hard sciences, humanities and social sciences. This year’s presenters will include an astrophysicist, philosopher, big data theoretical physicist, math genius, emerging economy developer, mind potential expert, digital visionary, Native American elder, graphic designer and others.
The 2015 Applied Brilliance Conference takes place April 20-21, International House Hotel, New Orleans. For more information on the conference, please visit: