Our inaugural Lab Session, a gathering of innovators to support those working on society’s most pressing issues, kicked off with a mandate: let’s move from design and systems thinking to design and systems doing.
The event was featured in Self Magazine, who said,
“Luminary Labs gets high marks for assembling such an esteemed group of minds from the NYC tech and business community, proving that when you gather a group of smart, supportive innovators, you can help solve some of society’s most pressing issues.”
Sara Holoubek also shared insights from the event on The Clinton Foundation Blog: After the Codeathon, Supporting Early Stage Innovators.
And view our Flickr set to see the action unfold:
Our next Lab Session will be announced in early 2015, sign up for our email list to receive an invite.