WSB hosted an event in Times Square yesterday previewing 10 of our most exciting voices, including business speakers and visionaries, political experts and commentators, and leading innovators. Watch the video highlights from the event here, and check out photos shared through our Twitter hashtag #WSBinNYC.
Emceed by Ron Insana, the event featured a wide array of some of WSB’s most sought-after talent doing what they do best: connecting with and informing an audience.
Attendees of the event responded positively, sharing their feedback of the diverse lineup of business speakers, innovators, authors, and political minds. Below is just some of the feedback we received immediately following the event:
What a great way to bring your roster to life – and all before lunch! Can’t wait to get back to work with so many relevant speaker ideas.
The panel was amazing! Very interesting and provocative discussion. Wish they had more time.
Great line up!! Really enjoyed it… I’d love to pitch some of these speakers
Great way to showcase the quality and variety of speakers that WSB can bring to an organization. Smart marketing and business development!
The Populism and Policy panel, moderated by Sally Kohn, was a highlight of the morning. Participants included Mark Halperin, Tucker Carlson, Denis McDonough and Joel Benenson, and the topics ranged from the nature of U.S. political discourse in recent times to the surge of populist sentiment in areas around the globe. This lively yet cordial discussion was thought-provoking and demonstrated the deep roster of political speakers featured by WSB.
Other featured speakers delivering short TED-style presentations included:
Walter Isaacson, Best-selling Author, Acclaimed Historian and Journalist
Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO, Girls Who Code
Kat Cole, Group President, FOCUS Brands (parent company to Cinnabon, Carvel, Auntie Anne’s and more)
Dan Heath, New York Times Best-Selling Author, Made to Stick, and Switch
Each shared their unique perspective with the audience on topics ranging from the secret traits of genius innovators to the power of creating unforgettable customer experiences.
“Innovation may feel like a violation to legacy teams; be prepared to face this challenge when leading change.” #WSBinNYC speaker Kat Cole
“When we fix problems, we don’t make people happy, we make them ‘whelmed.’ How do we create memorable moments instead?” #WSBinNYC speaker Dan Heath
Interested in learning more about any of these exciting voices? Contact WSB today!