Nearly Impossible Conference

Nearly Impossible

Nearly Impossible is a two-day Brooklyn conference for people who make and sell physical products. Happening this November, the conference will focus on the stories of how companies have tackled their biggest hurdles and the tools they used to make it all happen.

As someone who knew nothing about shipping physical goods 2 years ago and now ships Tattly to over 600 stores worldwide, I couldn’t be more excited to attend.

Some of the speakers include Harley Finkelstein, COO of Shopify, David Bias, VP of Impossible Project and Rachel Shechtman, Founder of Story. Congrats to Rusty Meadows on a great idea.

Nearly Impossible is taking place on November 7th and 8th in Brooklyn and costs $295. Register here.

3 Comments leave a comment below

  1. This conference looks so good. Are you one of the speakers Tina, as I swear I saw you were a while back? Hoping this gets put online at some point too, don’t think I can afford a plane ticket from the UK!

  2. Adam, No, I am not speaking. Sorry.

  3. First let me say that I am going to be teaching a class on DIY PR at Nearly Impossible, so obviously I’m a big fan… :) Now that that’s out of the way, I am really excited for this crucial new conference! Since my business revolves around helping small designers and artists sell more work/reach the masses, I hear from them everyday on how hard and confusing it is to grow once they start to become successful, and the hardships of wholesaling, producing and shipping. KUDOS to Rusty for starting a conference just for makers! I’m excited to see this community flourish!