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Disruption & Innovation Panel in San Francisco – February 10th

It’s time to break the rules or create new ones to forge innovative careers.

Join CEO Tony Conrad, Google Venture’s David Krane and a power panel as they  discuss disruptive innovation, the art of failure, and how to be entrepreneurial whether you are a business owner or not.

The event, brought to you by the Indiana University Alumni Association, takes place at WordPress’s Automattic Lounge in San Francisco on February 10th from 5:00 – 7:00 pm PST.

Here is a glimpse of what’s on tap for this special event:

What Do You Want to Be Known For?

Thought leaders have passion, expertise and a desire to change the world. If you are ready to break away from the pack and distinguish yourself, what makes you unique?

Disruptive Innovators

What would you do if you were not afraid? Learn about the bold and risky innovations that led to wildly successful endeavors that challenged the status quo.

Think Like an Entrepreneur

Taking a risk, being nimble and leading with innovation are essential traits for an entrepreneur. Thinking intra-preneurially for those work in an organization is just as important.

Fail Forward, Fast, and Often

Failure should be celebrated and propel you forward in your career endeavors. Hear the candid stories of failing forward and how the  panelists bounced back with resilience to create new successes.


Tony Conrad, Valerie Grubb, David Krane, and Deborah Collins Stephens.

Register here.

Young Professional Event

In addition to this event, the Indiana University Alumni Association is also hosting an exclusive in-person event with at True Ventures on February 10th from 10 – 11 am.

Nationally recognized speaker and’s Director of Higher Education, Antonio Neves will give a talk on The New Resume: How To Brand Yourself With Style.”

Register here.

2 responses to Disruption & Innovation Panel in San Francisco – February 10th

  1. Sarah Mead

    Hi there,

    Would like to RSVP (and pay) for the innovation event 2/10.

    Registration button isn’t working.

    Thank you

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