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Online Video Chat with Lonesome George’s Rodrigo Espinosa

| Wednesday August 14th, 2013 | 0 Comments
Our first Google chat participant will be Rodrigo Espinosa, Co-Founder of Lonesome George & Co

Our first Google chat participant will be Rodrigo Espinosa, COO of Lonesome George & Co

Happy Wednesday!

Please join us at 4pm pacific today for a chat between TriplePundit.com founder Nick Aster and Lonesome George’s COO, Rodrigo Espinosa. We’ll be chatting about the history and mission of Lonesome George as well as other sustainability topics.

Lonesome George & Co, named for a ‘last of his kind’ Galapagos tortoise is a social enterprise organization that combines branded apparel and experiential education to ignite a mind shift towards global interdependence. In their words, they  “outfit agents of change”.

We’ll find out what this all means today…   Don’t worry if you miss the live conversation, the video below will play any time with an archived version.

If you have a question you’d like addressed, please send a tweet to @triplepundit with your question, along with the hashtag #3pChat

You DO NOT need to log into anything to watch this chat, just come to this page and click the video “play” button below.


Rodrigo has 20 years of progressive marketing experience with global organizations. He’s advised Fortune 100 organizations on sponsorship, brand positioning, social media, strategic marketing, event strategy, entertainment marketing and sustainable practices. Industries covered; Technology, Automotive, Consumer Goods and non-profit. He’s worked in China, Europe, Latin America and the U.S.

He’s held management positions at; Ziff-Davis, Gartner, MediaLive International, George P. Johnson, Maritz, wireless software start-up Briance and brand experience agency Groove 11. Rodrigo is an investor and marketing advisor to Lonesome George & Co, founded in 2006.

He’s been an Adjunct Professor since 2007 at the University of California, Berkeley and Golden Gate University, San Francisco. He recently joined the Presidio Graduate School of Management & Sustainability, teaching Managerial Marketing.


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