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Wanderlust Innovators: 5 Influential Business Leaders Discuss Innovation, Challenge, and Legacy

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

What makes a company innovative? How do you address challenges? What will your legacy be?

These are among the questions posed to our five panelists at the Wanderlust Innovators event at Wanderlust Squaw Valley 2014. The featured panelists include Christine Day, current CEO of Luvo, former CEO of lululemon, former SVO of Starbucks; Elliott Bisnow, founder and CEO of Summit, co-founder and vice chairman of Bisnow Media; Louis Rossetto and Jane Metcalfe, co-founders of WIRED magazine, CEO and president, respectively, of TCHO Ventures, Inc; and Beaver Theodosakis, founder of prAna, board member of the Outdoor Foundation and the Access Fund board. All five are thought leaders whose businesses and innovations have had an impact on business practices and our culture as a whole. Andy Wirth, CEO of Squaw Valley, moderates the conversation.

Some of the topics they discuss include:
– Building mindful, purpose-led companies
– Taking risks and trying out new ideas
– Fixing mistakes and being transparent
– Leaving both a professional and personal legacy