Creative entrepreneurship often requires re-imagining cultural and creative experiences as if starting from a blank sheet of paper. In this session, we hear from leaders who have accomplished similar transformations in different industries. How have they gone about the challenge of reinvention, how have they questioned established norms, and what lessons can we learn for the creative sectors?
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Born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tal Zvi Nathanel moved to New York City in 2012, where he currently resides and serves as the CEO and Co-founder of SHOWFIELDS, the pioneering next-generation brick-and-mortar retail store. For nearly two decades, Tal has worked to create successful consumer products and activations through his skills in e-commerce, entrepreneurship and strategic partnerships.
A serial entrepreneur and innovator at heart, Tal has co-founded several accomplished businesses, including Bluestone Group (which Live Nation acquired a majority stake in) and MyCheck (which was acquired by Shiji Group), and was included in Forbes Israel’s list of the “Top Young Israeli Startups in New York.” When Tal isn’t creating new experiences for consumers to explore and shop from, he likes to spend time with his wife and slide down the SHOWFIELDS slide with his 4 children.
Andy Hunter is the Founder & CEO of Bookshop.org. He is also the co-founder and publisher of Catapult press, the co-creator and publisher of the websites Literary Hub, Crime Reads and BookMarks, and co-founder and chairman of Electric Literature. His focus is helping books remain a vital part of our culture in the digital age.