Ben Conway likes to build things and he's got the scars to prove it. Legos, erector sets, companies, hologram machines– you name it. He loves to come up with an idea and then come hell or high water or emergency room visit, find a way to make it happen. Conway started his life in entrepreneurship in college by importing sunglasses from China in USC's colors and selling them on campus and eventually selling the rest of his inventory to USC's largest sponsor. He then moved on to become a top sales performer at Fortune 300 Company ADP. Currently, he spends his time between working in the warehouse with the VNTANA Operations team to build the world's most scalable (and fun) holographic displays and managing the finances, operations, and personnel at VNTANA. Conway is a graduate of USC’s Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
SevenX7 @ General Assembly
7 storytellers, from 7 different companies or 'callings' (creators, entrepreneurs, philanthropists) get 7 minutes each to answer 7 questions on what drives them...all by 7pm!