Top 10 things you may have missed at Business Insider's IGNITION 2018
We just wrapped up another successful IGNITION conference here in NYC. IGNITION is Business Insider’s flagship event, featuring the innovators transforming media, technology, and society.
This year featured conversations with the likes of Ray Dalio, Barbara Corcoran, Wendy Clark, Mark Cuban, 50 Cent, Danica Patrick, Alexis Ohanian, Cindy Robbins, Sir Martin Sorrell, and many more.
Weren't able to join us?
Here are 10 things you may have missed. You can see all our IGNITION coverage here.
What does the advertising industry have in common with Burning Man? More than you'd think, according to Sir Martin Sorrell.
When Ray Dalio talks about the future of the global financial landscape, everyone should listen.
As the head of The Corcoran Group, which she sold in 2001 for $66 million, Corcoran ran a "mean and lean" business through clarity of hiring and clarity of firing.
NYU marketing professor Scott Galloway has been known for his predictions when it comes to Amazon, first predicting it would acquire Whole Foods and more recently correctly calling which cities Amazon would pick as its headquarters.
Wendy Clark says she has learned to deal with the guilt that comes along with the pressures of an executive job.
Entrepreneur and investor Alexis Ohanian spoke against the popularity of an online "success" culture promoting constant exhaustion.
Meek Mill and Michael Rubin explained how their friendship has transformed into a partnership to fight for criminal justice reform
Legal startup Paladin pairs up lawyers looking to fulfill their pro-bono obligations with those who can't afford legal aid.
Over the last three years, Salesforce has paid around $8.7 million to close its gender pay gap.
He convinced Starz CEO Chris Albrecht to put the show on Sunday nights, reminding him that Saturday is a night when people go out. Sunday is for TV.
See you next year!