August 14-15, 2013. Buckhead Theatre. Atlanta.
Business Innovators. Cultural Creatives. Non Profit Activists. August 14-15. Buckhead Theatre

History is changed by the few who go before everyone else, preparing the way for others to follow.

A Pioneer. Not only a dreamer. A doer of unthinkable action. Plotting new territory. Digging trenches. Seeing the future that others can’t see and painting a canvas of the new reality. Pioneers disrupt the common to make a greater solution.

Plywood Presents is gathering 600 pioneers who are designing the future. We convene business innovators cultural creatives, along with non-profit activists in one room and something memorable happens. Real people, like you, who are trying to instigate change in communities all over the world, share their stories. Conversations fill the environment with motion toward collaboration. In short, people make friends and start working together.

We platform social innovators as presenters to instigate dialogue. Imagine learning from practitioners that do what they teach. They understand what it takes to create something from nothing. You will be equally inspired toward action, challenged to think, and given practical takeaways for your team to implement.

It’s hard to explain Plywood Presents in words . . . You must experience the gathering to understand. August 14-15, Buckead Theatre. Join Us.

Kohl Crecelius


Founder
Krochet Kids intl.


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Brad Montague


Creator of Kid President


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Grace Kim


Director Partnerships
GOOD/Corps


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Alex Cox &
Mark Slagle


Co-Founders
Good Spread


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Charles Lee


CEO & Chief Idea-Maker
at Ideation


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Father
Gregory Boyle


Founder of
Homeboy Industries


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Nathan Williams


Founder of
Kinfolk Magazine


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Alphonzo &
Alison Cross


Co-Founders
Boxcar Grocer


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Dana Tanamachi


Founder
Tanamachi Studios


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Todd Henry


Founder & CEO
Accidental Creative


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Anil Dash


Entrepreneur


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Midas Whale


Indie musicians


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Our history is marked by the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and how he changed humanity. It also hosts one of the largest brands in the world. We want to instigate new ideas by bringing together activists, creatives, and entrepreneurs to create the future together and better. In 2014, the world will travel to Atlanta for the grand opening of the National Human and Civil Rights Museum, a few of the largest global non-profits consider Atlanta home and this city has deep roots in faith traditions that have pursued social justice projects for generations. We want to continue a legacy of addressing needs in revolutionary ways that impacts the world. In the last year, Plywood People has instigated and contributed to 60 new start-ups creating new solutions to old problems. Your creation could be next. Join a community that is making Atlanta known by the problems we solve.

Do you have an idea and don't know what to do next? Learn what makes a good idea and how to get it off the ground. From ideas to sustaining organizations. Charles Lee and Jeff Shinabarger have created endless projects. Some have been globally successfuly and many have failed. Get advice from two great friends that are always wanting to make things better and want your project to do something remarkable. Add this one day pre-experience for just $75. Limited to 50 participants.

Session One:

Problem Solving Ideas
by Jeff Shinabarger

Session Two:

Good Idea. Now What?
by Charles Lee

Session Three:

From Expermimentation to Sustaining Enterprise
by Jeff Shinabarger + Charles Lee

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