Overview<br />May 2-32011 <br />New Orleans, LA <br />
Visi  n<br />
Develop acommunity of leaders, through public/private partnerships, equipped with insights for creating disruptive innovat...
LeadershipM  del<br />
World<br />Business<br />Social<br />New Orleans<br />Gulf<br />Policy<br />Academic<br />Caribbean Basin<br />
World<br /><ul><li>World Leaders
Disruptive Innovation
Public/Private Partnership
Social Entrepreneurship
Sustainability
Call-to-Action</li></ul>Business<br />Social<br />New Orleans<br />Gulf<br />Academic<br />Policy<br /><ul><li>Celebrate C...
Building Community
Leverage Lessons Learned
Funding Innovators
Respecting Tax Burdens
Create value and serve community</li></ul>Caribbean Basin<br />
Missi  n<br />
Sharing<br />experience<br />Open <br />forum<br />Resources<br />&<br />Leadership<br />Funding<br />& Consulting<br />
Provide a unique information sharing experience for social, business, and policy leaders so they can develop their creativ...
Provide the Gulf region an open forum for discussing business needs, partnership potential, growth opportunities, social n...
Provide resources and leadership to other Caribbean basin nations who can leverage lessons learned during Hurricane Katrin...
Provide 4 local social ventures with funding and consulting support to maximize their opportunity to meet social needs whi...
G  als<br />
Work<br />Week<br />celebration<br />Community spiritof innovation<br />Establish local innovators <br />Lead by example<b...
Position The Work Week as the preeminent week long celebration for disruptive innovation, entrepreneurship, and social cha...
Build a spirit of community around disruptive innovation, value creation, social change, and amplifying private/public par...
Establish New Orleans and Gulf-area innovators by having them share the stage with the World’s thought leaders for their a...
Lead by example by funding social ventures and building a conference without any tax payer funding.<br />Lead by example<b...
Themes<br />Structure <br />Subjects<br />Future Think<br />Bloody Mary/Mimosa/Brunch<br />Globalization<br />Morning Key ...
Themes<br />Structure <br />Subjects<br />Strategy<br />Bloody Mary/Mimosa/Brunch<br />Business<br />Transparency<br />Mor...
Prgram<br />
Working sessions scheduled each day (in parallel with the conference) focusing on: <br /><ul><li>Building partnerships amo...
Identify strategies to build partnerships between corporate, academic, social, and policy spheres to sustain growth, creat...
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Second Line "Disruptive Innovation" Overview

  1. 1. Overview<br />May 2-32011 <br />New Orleans, LA <br />
  2. 2. Visi n<br />
  3. 3. Develop acommunity of leaders, through public/private partnerships, equipped with insights for creating disruptive innovations for creating social and economic value for the future<br />
  4. 4. LeadershipM del<br />
  5. 5. World<br />Business<br />Social<br />New Orleans<br />Gulf<br />Policy<br />Academic<br />Caribbean Basin<br />
  6. 6. World<br /><ul><li>World Leaders
  7. 7. Disruptive Innovation
  8. 8. Public/Private Partnership
  9. 9. Social Entrepreneurship
  10. 10. Sustainability
  11. 11. Call-to-Action</li></ul>Business<br />Social<br />New Orleans<br />Gulf<br />Academic<br />Policy<br /><ul><li>Celebrate Change
  12. 12. Building Community
  13. 13. Leverage Lessons Learned
  14. 14. Funding Innovators
  15. 15. Respecting Tax Burdens
  16. 16. Create value and serve community</li></ul>Caribbean Basin<br />
  17. 17. Missi n<br />
  18. 18. Sharing<br />experience<br />Open <br />forum<br />Resources<br />&<br />Leadership<br />Funding<br />& Consulting<br />
  19. 19. Provide a unique information sharing experience for social, business, and policy leaders so they can develop their creative toolset to implement disruptive innovations in their sphere of influence.<br />Sharing experience<br />
  20. 20. Provide the Gulf region an open forum for discussing business needs, partnership potential, growth opportunities, social needs, and policy goals. <br />Open forum<br />
  21. 21. Provide resources and leadership to other Caribbean basin nations who can leverage lessons learned during Hurricane Katrina and Gulf Oil Spill. <br />Resources & Leadership<br />
  22. 22. Provide 4 local social ventures with funding and consulting support to maximize their opportunity to meet social needs while creating value for founders. <br />Funding & Consulting<br />
  23. 23. G als<br />
  24. 24. Work<br />Week<br />celebration<br />Community spiritof innovation<br />Establish local innovators <br />Lead by example<br />
  25. 25. Position The Work Week as the preeminent week long celebration for disruptive innovation, entrepreneurship, and social change .<br />Work Week celebration<br />
  26. 26. Build a spirit of community around disruptive innovation, value creation, social change, and amplifying private/public partnerships.<br />Community spirit of innovation<br />
  27. 27. Establish New Orleans and Gulf-area innovators by having them share the stage with the World’s thought leaders for their area of expertise.<br />Establish local innovators<br />
  28. 28. Lead by example by funding social ventures and building a conference without any tax payer funding.<br />Lead by example<br />
  29. 29. Themes<br />Structure <br />Subjects<br />Future Think<br />Bloody Mary/Mimosa/Brunch<br />Globalization<br />Morning Key Note <br />Economy<br />Innovation Discussions <br />Caribbean Basin<br />Lunch<br />Political Dialogue<br />Afternoon Key Note<br />Time-to-Change<br />Government<br />Innovation Discussions <br />Disaster Response<br />Monday Key Note<br />Urban Renewal<br />Declaration of Innovation<br />Public/Private Partners<br />Social Change<br />Mixer<br />Water<br />Speakers’ Dinner<br />Health <br />Sponsored Music Event<br />Education<br />May 2, 2011<br />
  30. 30. Themes<br />Structure <br />Subjects<br />Strategy<br />Bloody Mary/Mimosa/Brunch<br />Business<br />Transparency<br />Morning Key Note <br />Media <br />Innovation Discussions <br />Green Business<br />Experience<br />Lunch<br />Gaming<br />Afternoon Key Note<br />Collaboration<br />Innovation<br />Innovation Discussions <br />Change<br />Tuesday Key Note<br />Energy<br />Services<br />The Big Thank You!<br />Sustainability<br />Public/Private <br />Partnerships<br />Mixer<br />Sponsored Music Event<br />Sports<br />May 3, 2011<br />
  31. 31. Prgram<br />
  32. 32. Working sessions scheduled each day (in parallel with the conference) focusing on: <br /><ul><li>Building partnerships among businesses by discussing how cooperation creates more value than competition
  33. 33. Identify strategies to build partnerships between corporate, academic, social, and policy spheres to sustain growth, create value, address social needs, and build the workforce of the future
  34. 34. Identify clear objectives for Second Line 2012 for job creation, funding small businesses, creating constructive economic policy, reducing tax burden, and addressing social needs</li></ul>Community Development<br />
  35. 35. Online competition for best social innovation in: <br />Disaster Response/<br />Preparedness<br />Health Care<br />Sustainability<br />Education <br />Each winner awarded $15,000 <br />+ 15% of sponsor donations<br />Declaration of Innovation<br />
  36. 36. Ideation session for leaders from communities of need<br /><ul><li>e.g., Detroit, Haiti, Egypt, etc.
  37. 37. Guests of the conference </li></ul>Leaders present problems; Innovators provide alternatives to address needs<br />Create a call-to-action to provide resources and implement best alternatives <br />The BIG Thank You!<br />
  38. 38. <ul><li>Access to Hospitality Suite at Jazz Fest
  39. 39. Bloody Mary/Mimosa/Brunch each morning
  40. 40. Lunch provided
  41. 41. Post-event reception each evening
  42. 42. Speaker/VIP Dinner on Monday Night
  43. 43. Evening Networking Mixers
  44. 44. Sponsored music event with Jazz Fest artists</li></ul>Hospitality<br />
  45. 45. Partners<br />
  46. 46.
  47. 47. C ntacts<br />
  48. 48. Who do I contact about sponsorship? <br />Please email:<br /> Jon Kardon – jon.kardon@secondline.com or <br />Gerard Cox – gerard.cox@secondline.com<br />Email<br />
  49. 49. Gerard Cox<br />CEO, Creole (www.creole.com)<br />Founder/Principal – 3 G Venture Fund (www.g3vf.com)<br />Producer/Underwriter – TEDxNOLA, TEDxTU, TEDxOilSpill<br />TED Profile - http://www.ted.com/profiles/254789<br />LinkedIn Profile - http://www.linkedin.com/pub/gerard-cox/0/124/839<br />Email: gerard.cox@creole.com<br />Cell: (504) 432-0993<br />Producer<br />
  50. 50. April 28 – May 7, 2011<br />Work Week is an affiliation of business events taking place in New Orleans between the weekends of Jazz Fest. It is an alternative to the musical intoxication enveloping the city in late April and early May. It’s a holistic offer to innovative individuals – feeding the mind during the week, and the soul on the weekends.<br />The Work Week currently comprises three separate events. Second Line, Launch Fest and Sync Up. All three events take place at the New Orleans Museum of Art. Nightly social events, and package discounts for combining events are available for attendees.<br />The Work Week was developed in partnership with Jazz and Heritage<br />
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  52. 52. End of slideshow. Thank you!<br />

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