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Kyoorius Design Yatra

Kyoorius is a not for profit organization with an aim to fuel a design movement in India. This involves building awareness amongst design buyers (i.e. corporations, organisations and government) of the kind of value design can create to empower business. Kyoorius is identified as the total embodiment of the aspirations of the creatives in India.

Kyoorius Designyatra is one of the world's largest annual international design conference in it's 8th edition in 2012, this year at the Grand Hyatt in Goa. The programme includes presentations and talks by acclaimed international design professionals like Karl Heiselman(CEO, Wolff Olins USA), Kentaro Kimura (CEO, Hakuhodo Kettle, Japan), Michael Gough (Vice President, Adobe Experience Design), Aapo Bovellan(Director Of Brand And Marketing, Nokia), Ji Lee (Creative Director, Facebook), Robert Wong (Chief Creative Officer, Google Creative Lab) etc. Azri Solutions is the marketing technology partner for the event and Kyoorius, and has built www.designyatra.com atop Drupal COD.

Event date: 
Thursday, August 30, 2012 to Saturday, September 1, 2012
Site built by: 
Azri Solutions
Attendee count: 
2000
Kyoorius Design Yatra

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