At last year's Innovation Uncensored event, former Facebook president Sean Parker explained why MySpace should have beaten Facebook, ad man Alex Bogusky explained why you should stop learning from failures, Expert Labs' Anil Dash showed how digital tools are transforming government, and Nike CEO Mark Parker told a story about the advice he got from Apple's Steve Jobs. We've just announced the lineup for Innovation Uncensored 2011, and it's guaranteed to yield the same kind of unexpected insight. It includes Hulu CEO Jason Kilar, Oprah Winfrey Network CEO Christina Norman, Pepsi CMO Jill Beraud, and Students First founder and CEO Michelle Rhee.
The event takes places April 28 in New York City. You know how this part works: Register before March 4th for a discounted price. As in the past, the size of the event is limited because we want all the innovators in the room to have direct access to one another and foster inspiration.
You can find out more about the event at the Innovation Uncensored 2011 website. See you there.