Learn to grow your company

The Nearly Impossible Conference is an event where product companies come together to learn how to build strong brands and grow successful businesses.

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New York City Details


Thursday, October 30, 2014

Keynote
Talks

Sharing bold ideas and lessons that both educate and inspire from leading forward-thinkers

On-Stage
Discussions

Providing honest, open conversations between industry-leading entrepreneurs

In-Depth
Workshops

Teaching critical industry information to attendees while outlining how they can enhance their own businesses

Expert Lab
Sessions

Giving unprecedented access to extraordinary experts ready to help tackle attendees’ current business struggles

New York City Speakers


Kyle Andrew

SVP, Brand Director
Kate Spade Saturday

Nathan Bond

Co-Founder + Director of Business Development
Rifle Paper Co.

Ellen Van Der Laan

Creative Director
Baggu

Chay Costello

Assistant Director of Merchandising
MoMA Design Store

Nicole Fenton

Author + Editor
Independent

New York City Venue


For the second time, Nearly Impossible attendees will gather in Brooklyn
for a day of inspiring talks, panels, workshops, and more.

About 501 Union

Located just off the industrious Gowanus Canal, 501 Union plays host to Nearly Impossible for a second year.

Erected in 1916, this building served in the restoration of classic cars through the glory years of the American automotive industry. It was brought back to life in 2013 by Akiva Reich & Co. Embedded in the stone and steel of this quiet landmark is the timeless integrity of a continually modern New York.

Location

501 Union
501 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Etc.

Going with traffic, 501 Union is a low, black building situated on the left side of the street.

Subway: F/G to Carroll Street or R to Union Street.

Street parking is also available.

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Don’t undertake a project unless it is
manifestly important and nearly impossible.

Edwin H. Land