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Cesar Kuriyama: One second every day

Cesar Kuriyama: One second every day

There are so many tiny, beautiful, funny, tragic moments in your life — how are you going to remember them all? Director Cesar Kuriyama shoots one second of video every day as part of an ongoing project to collect all the special bits of his life.

Cesar Kuriyama has been selecting one second of video from every day of his life, and editing them together into a montage that both records his life, and forces him to reevaluate how he approaches each day.

WHY YOU SHOULD LISTEN TO HIM?

As a video maker, director, producer and animator Cesar Kuriyama has worked for giant clients like Hershey’s, BMW, Verizon, Gillette and the NFL. But what we love about him are his personal projects — based on his travel, his love of the arts community, and his family and friends. Imagine a movie that contains one day of your entire life …

 

 

Lifestyle, Luxury and the Asian Consumer – Asia Consumer Summit 2012

Lifestyle, Luxury and the Asian Consumer – Asia Consumer Summit 2012

Panel Discussion: Lifestyle, Luxury and the Asian Consumer — The Barometer of a Booming Economy

Speakers:
Mark Bedingham, Regional Managing Director, Moet Hennessy Asia Pacific
Godfrey Gao, Asian model and actor
Lito German, Marketing Director, BMW Group Asia
Mark Prendergrast, Consultant and Ex-CEO, Asia Pacific,Tom Ford

 

BMW Unveils New Electric i3 Concept Car – Los Angeles Auto Show

BMW Unveils New Electric i3 Concept Car – Los Angeles Auto Show

BMW unveiled its new i3 concept car at the Los Angeles International Auto Show. The luxury car maker is expected to use its new i3 and i8 models to compete with Fisker and Tesla. Video by WSJ’s Joseph B. White via #WorldStream.

 

Tim Leberecht: 3 ways to (usefully) lose control of your brand

Tim Leberecht: 3 ways to (usefully) lose control of your brand

The days are past (if they ever existed) when a person, company or brand could tightly control their reputation — online chatter and spin mean that if you’re relevant, there’s a constant, free-form conversation happening about you that you have no control over. Tim Leberecht offers three big ideas about accepting that loss of control, even designing for it — and using it as an impetus to recommit to your values.

As chief marketing officer at frog, Tim Leberecht helps spark and nurture new thinking (and great design) for companies around the world.

Why you should listen to him:

Tim Leberecht is Chief Marketing Officer of global design and innovation firm frog, which has developed and brought to market product and service innovations for Apple, AT&T, BMW, Disney, GE, HP, Intel, SAP, Siemens, Sony, and many other Fortune 500 brands. He is also the publisher of frog’s design mind print and online magazine, the curator of “The Meaning of Business” series, and the producer of the “Reinvent Business” hackathons.

Leberecht is an avid blogger and writer on marketing, innovation, and design topics; his work has appeared in Fast Company, Wired, Rotman Magazine, Economic Observer, CEO/CIO Magazine, The European, CNET, Poptech, the Forumblog, and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

He’s a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Values, 2011-2014, and participated in a series of expert hearings on a future vision for Germany, held by the German Federal Chancellery.

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