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Pilcrow House: Scott Belsky, author of "The Messy Middle"

By Pilcrow House (other events)

Thursday, November 29 2018 6:00 PM 8:00 PM
 
ABOUT ABOUT

For its first event, Pilcrow House welcomes Scott Belsky, author of the newly released The Messy Middle in a one-on-one conversation about creativity, business, entrepreneurship, and launching products that people care about.

The first 50 attendees will receive a free copy of Belsky’s new book: The Messy Middle. But all attendees will definitely have a great time.

You will enjoy this event if ANY of these apply to you:

  • You are in the middle of a large, messy product at work or your business and are looking for insights to help you get over the hump.
  • You work in the creative industry.
  • You’re interested in being more focused and productive so you can accomplish your best work.
  • You run (or are about to run) a new startup or business.

Event schedule

  • 6:00 - 6:15: Welcome

  • 6:15 - 7:15: Scott Belsky in conversation with Sean Blanda

  • 7:15 - 8:00: Merriment

About Scott Belsky

Scott Belsky is an executive, entrepreneur, author, and investor (and all-around product obsessive). He currently serves as Adobe's Chief Product Officer and Executive Vice President, Creative Cloud.

Scott's passion is to make the creative world more productive, connected, and adaptive to new technologies. Scott co-founded Behance in 2006, and served as CEO until Adobe acquired Behance in 2012. Millions of people use Behance to display their portfolios, as well as track and find top talent across the creative industries.

After Behance's acquisition, Scott helped reboot Adobe's mobile product strategy and led Behance until 2016, when he spent a few years as an investor and advisor to multiple businesses. Alongside his role at Adobe, Scott is a Venture Partner at Benchmark - a venture capital firm based in San Francisco, an early-stage investor, and is co-founder and Executive Chairman of Prefer, a referrals platform that empowers the careers of independent professionals (aka "Soloists").