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PurpleBeach Monsters on the Beach
PurpleBeach TV has launched our first boxset on the beach: ‘A series of conversations about the NEW’
As many of you will know we usually hold an annual in-person PurpleBeach Experience, but as that’s not possible this year, we have decided to create our very own Boxset. We’ve spoken to a lot of people and what you’ve told us is that whilst many of you are webinared-out and suffering from Zoom fatigue, content in the form of a boxset which you can watch and dip in and out of as and when and how you like is one of the things people have most enjoyed in recent times.
We’ve produced a boxset featuring a range of topics that we know many people are currently exploring and want to know more about.
We will also be hosting a series of exclusive by-invitation-only “Beach Club” live sessions with some of our conversation partners through August and September.
We were very excited to be joined by Tzameret Fuerst for another roundtable discussion. Tzameret is a keynote speaker & corporate resilience trainer, after years as a social entrepreneur, with a present-day David & Goliath story, fighting to bring a lifesaving medical device to scale in the face of extreme adversity.
Marcus Du Sautoy is a Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University and was appointed to the Simonyi Professorship for the Public Understanding of Science. Having recently released a book called The Creativity Code, Marcus joined us for a roundtable conversation to further discuss the themes of both his book and his PurpleBeach Boxset episode exploring the potential for creativity within AI.
Stay Open When Everyone Is Closed
He asked, ‘why is it that some organisations are able to remain open to new possibilities and innovate through times of market disruption, when others double down on their existing value propositions in a frenzy of denial?’ In other words…
An Exploration of Failure and Leadership.
At our second Beach Club Roundtable session we were delighted to welcome Ed Lu – an astrophysicist and astronaut. Having spent 206 days in space over three missions for NASA he went on to work for large organisations such as…