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Hilary Folger is a Partner at Lippincott, a leading brand strategy and design firm that is behind some of the world’s most iconic brands including Walmart, Starbucks, McDonald’s and Samsung. Her most recent work includes the rebranding of Southwest, America’s most loved airline. Long sought after for her ability to refresh and revitalize heritage brands, Hilary is also deeply passionate about sharing her expertise with female start-up founders in an advisory capacity.
Dan Price captured headlines around the world after implementing a $70,000 minimum wage at his company, Gravity Payments. This move has sparked a national debate on the purpose of business and leadership responsibility. Price’s 40-year goal is to be a small speck of sand in the revolution where business ceases to be about profit and greed to one that is about values and serving others. Today, more than 13,000 businesses across the country trust Gravity Payments to save them millions in fees and hours in frustration by making it easy to accept credit card payments.
Sabrina Parsons is CEO of Palo Alto Software, developer of the best-selling business management software, LivePlan. Palo Alto Software develops software and tools specifically targeted for entrepreneurs and small-business owners. Sabrina assumed the CEO role in May 2007 and is responsible for Palo Alto's business planning, fiscal and strategic goals and all of the company's traditional marketing. In 2001, she moved to London, and founded a software distribution company. She eventually sold the company to Palo Alto Software and joined headquarters in Eugene, Or as the head of Marketing and Communications. The UK business she started is still a wholly owned subsidiary of Palo Alto Software.
David Ronick is an entrepreneur and mentor to founders. He has co-founded and exited three companies and coached over 100 start-ups. David is a graduate of Brown University and Harvard Business School and lives in New York.
Geoffrey James hates bios and resumes because, seriously, who really cares about that stuff? Nevertheless, James admits to being a contributing editor for Inc.com, writing the award-winning blog Sales Source, and inflicting a number of business books on the world, including The Tao of Programming, How to Say It: Business to Business Selling and Business Without the Bullsh*t: 49 Secrets and Shortcuts You Need to Know.
Scott Duffy is an entrepreneur, speaker and brand ambassador. He began his career working for best-selling author and speaker, Tony Robbins, and went on to work for several big media brands like CBS Sportsline, NBC Internet, and FOXSports.com. Next, he founded Smart Charter, an online booking tool for private aviation, which was acquired by Richard Branson’s Virgin Group. Today, Scott’s mission is to help people live their dreams through entrepreneurship. He is Co-Host of Business & Burgers, Special Project Editor of Launch@Inc.com and Best-Selling Author of Launch!, a roadmap for building great companies. He is also is founder and CEO of a new venture: The Content Market.