WHERE BUSINESS AND CULTURE COLLIDE
Every March, the Fast Company Grill is the ultimate destination in Austin—an inspiring oasis for innovators and influencers to connect, create, and kick back in an exclusive, relaxed setting.
Attendees connected and recharged at the pop-up store from Bizbox powered by Office Depot.
John Hancock’s Steve Dorval spoke to the art of long-term planning in a short-term culture, particularly for millennials.
Lifeway Foods celebrated Fast Company’s Most Creative People with live music and cocktails.
L’oréal showcased the Future of Beauty with customized makeup and skincare products.
Salesforce.org’s Rob Acker and other nonprofit leaders revealed how technology is accelerating humanitarian efforts.
Merck’s Adam Schechter (second from right) and other healthcare leaders stressed the balance between technology and the human touch.
Experts from Vistage and other companies outlined the most effective strategies for attracting and retaining talent in a hypercompetitive market.
Ticketmaster’s Greg Economou shared how digital technology can revolutionize the fan experience.
Describing the path to global high-speed internet, Viasat’s Kate Green (far right) and other players identified opportunities for business and society at large.
Executives from Konica Minolta and other industry leaders explored the need for continuous reinvention to stay ahead.
Fast Company editor-in-chief Stephanie Mehta with iconic journalist Dan Rather, who inspired the audience during his panel.
Julie Smolyansky, CEO of Lifeway Foods, discussed her new book, The Kefir Cookbook, and hosted the MCP cocktail party.