Every Wednesday at 4pm Pacific (and every once in a while at other times) TriplePundit founder Nick Aster will takes 45 minutes or so to chat with an interesting leader in the sustainable business movement. These chats are broadcast on our Google+ channel and embedded via YouTube right here on 3p.
Please join us this Wednesday at 1:30pm Pacific (4:30 Eastern) as Nick chats with Colin Mutchler, co-founder of Louder, a platform to fund advertising space. Louder gives everyone the ability to amplify messages beyond one’s social network, to reach completely new audiences and accelerate awareness for ideas, products and causes. Colin will be here to share some of his stories and success with us!
The only thing you need to do is pop over to this page at 1:30pm PST and click “play.” No need to log into anything. However, if you want to ask questions, we’ll be taking Q&A via Twitter from the audience – just tweet to @triplepundit and we’ll incorporate your questions. If you miss the conversation you’ll still be able to watch it later on YouTube.
For his entire career, Colin has been exploring how digital media can influence behavior and transform culture. After leading online efforts at Listen Up!, the nation’s premiere youth media organization, Colin completed his MBA at INSEAD in France and Singapore, and then helped lead the global Nokia account for R/GA, Ad Age’s Digital Agency of the Decade. He is now applying his digital expertise towards promoting social enterprise, through both Louder and his work at brand innovation firm Addis Creson.
Writing and performing since 1999, Colin Mutchler’s spoken word and music have contributed to the growth of open source creativity. He is one of the early Creative Commons success stories, and has been highlighted as a “Featured Commoner.” His acclaimed multimedia “Free Culture Tour” has been featured at colleges and conferences nationwide, including Duke University and SXSW Interactive. Colin’s voice has inspired more than 150 remixes, and as a result he released “Premixed,” the first album collaboratively (and legally) produced by “the commons” via members of the remix community ccMixter.org.