Sundial Brands CEO tells Sean Czarnecki why he is dialing up comms and marketing a year after Bain Capital took a minority stake in the $200 million personal-care products company.
But the more digital our lives become, the more people crave analog experiences. And that's what we're offering: an experience where you're standing or sitting with [people] as passionate as you are, and in that shared passion, your energy level rises.
Fathom Events' CEO engages Sean Czarnecki on the future of interactive cinema and new business models
IDRA CEO Sahand Barati tells Sean Czarnecki how he's propelling the sport of drone racing to heady heights from a standing start
Cleveland Clinic's CEO tells Alison Kanski how he keeps the hospital on top of its game and educates the community it serves.
The CEOs of the world's largest holding companies credit integration for 2015's success stories.
IPAA president and CEO Barry Russell speaks to Dipka Bhambhani about low energy prices, comms strategy, and the fight to frack
"You may have a better product, but if someone isn't comparing you to other products, they don't know you exist," says the website-building company's CEO, Anthony Casalena
Betabrand CEO Chris Lindland tells Diana Bradley how he keeps his company in the media spotlight
The sports exec speaks to Diana Bradley about his stance on corruption in sports and the franchise's efforts to tackle diversity
After recently returning to Reddit, cofounder Steve Huffman tells Diana Bradley how the company is faring after a tumultuous few months
Archie Comics' CEO speaks to Diana Bradley about how the iconic comic book is keeping up in today's superhero-crazed world.
NASCAR CEO Brian France speaks to Diana Bradley about doubling down on technology to boost fans' engagement with the sports brand.
Eric Klinker, the CEO of BitTorrent, speaks to Diana Bradley about how the online distribution platform is clarifying its status as a trustworthy operation.
Lindsay Sparks, CEO of Sysomos, speaks to Diana Bradley about the organization’s plans after spinning off from Marketwired this year
American Airlines Group's Doug Parker tells Diana Bradley why the company's PR unit has been a key part of its merger with US Airways.
Debbie Weir, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, speaks to Diana Bradley about plans for its 35th anniversary and how the association leverages digital.
Ixia's Bethany Mayer talks to Diana Bradley about how the tech security organization is revamping its image and internal communications.
Anna Maria Chávez, Girl Scouts of the USA CEO talks to Diana Bradley about how the legacy group is leveraging digital to stay relevant.
Whistle Sports' John West speaks to Diana Bradley about connecting with younger fans and the YouTube network's global expansion plans.