Everyone wants to be in Fast Company or Inc. Magazine. They are the contemporary versions of the more traditional business news periodicals. But their secret to success is focusing on start-ups and trends that we all need to be aware of; trends that are really going to make a difference as we move through these turbulent times. Our guest can give us incredible insight into strategies that are proven in the new world of work and trends that we should pay attention to as we move forward. Our special guest this week is Eric Schurenberg, CEO of Mansueto Ventures, the organization responsible for Fast Company and Inc. Magazine. The discussion will be insightful and packed with insights that we can all apply today, including hidden trendsetters that we need to pay attention to.
Eric Schurenberg is Editor-in-Chief of Inc. Previously, Eric was Editor-in-Chief of BNET.com and CBSMoneywatch.com for CBS Interactive. The sites together won more than a dozen awards during his tenure. Before CBS, Eric was managing editor of MONEY Magazine, which won the Luce award for service journalism in each of the four years it was eligible. As a writer, he is a winner of a Loeb Award and a National Magazine award. He is a regular commentator on Nightly Business Report on PBS and has been a talking head on CNBC, CNN, Public Radio International, The Today Show and Good Morning America.
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