Tenorio speaks five languages: the languages of design, business, style, international relations, and social development. On October 15, he will articulate all of these as he takes on the popular DesignTalks stage, 3PM at the Ayala Museum Ground Floor Lobby.
Tehran-born Filipino-American Brian Tenorio is a Manila/New York-based design manager and strategic communications consultant for international organizations and the corporate and social development sectors.
With the dying shoe industry here in the Philippines, a desperate time that needs a desperate action, Brian Tenorio's Design Talks will be bringing shoe makers, shoe, manufacturers, shoe buyers and retailers, and shoe lovers together — meet one another, talk, network, build new brands and businesses together! There will be a shoe-making live set-up on stage — one of the veteran shoemakers from Marikina — present to everyone the muscle and determination and skill involved in making pairs. This talk will practically be Manila’s premiere DESIGNER SHOE MEET-UP for 2011!
This is open to the General Public, tickets to the lecture are available for Php300, discounted to Php150 for students, teachers, senior citizens and Ayala Museum members. For inquiries or reservations, call 757-7117 to 21 loc. 25 or 35, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please come with your brand ideas, sketches, business cards, and designing dreams and let us all figure out how to SAVE OUR SHOES!
Thursday, October 13, 2011
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