Past Speaking Engagements
The Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center is where you can "master emerging trends, amp up your profits, energize your business.”
Kevin Kelley will be a featured speaker at the Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo, taking place August 27 - 29 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Come see Kevin speak to learn How To Create Your Own Brand Bonfire as well as enjoy access to over 30+ free education sessions and over 500 of the leading vendors serving the restaurant & foodservice industry.
When: Tuesday, August 29, 1:00-1:45pm
Location: Theater B, Booth 2054
You can register for the show for free (save $65!) here.
Outdoor Retailer is the #1 B2B outdoor tradeshow in the U.S. and has 35 years of experience connecting retailers with brands. This is where products are shown, orders are written and most of all this is an opportunity to be face-to-face with the outdoor industry.
Presented by: Kevin Kelley—Friday, July 28 at The Marriott City Creek, 12:30pm – 1:30pm.
CEUs: 21 AIA/CES (HSW) | 21 AICP/CM | 21 LA/CES (HSW)
Terry Shook, FAIA, along with Robert J. Gibbs, AICP, ASLA, Stefanos Polyzoides (of the acclaimed architectural and urbanist firm of Moule & Polyzoides), Dave Williams (Director of Architecture, of Caruso, a developer of many successful and beloved mixed use environments) and Matt Winn (formerly Chief Operating Officer of Global Retail with Cushman & Wakefield) will be at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design this July to teach a 3-day course that includes presentations and interactive discussions offering a rich cross section of the planning practices and opportunities of our time. The program will examine the planning approaches, retail design and merchandising principles necessary for the creation of place-based commerce. This includes tactics used by premier retail and mixed-use developers, considering how they can be applied to a variety of urban settings. It will show how the practical science of analyzing and adjusting all elements known to affect a shopper's mood in the marketplace can inform design and development principles for reviving retail in declining downtowns and for establishing viable commerce in new ones.