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A video recap of our Executive Roundtable with Skullcandy's Rick Alden and Jeremy Andrus

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  • Skullcandy CEO Rick Alden and President Jeremy Andrus with SES Founder Tiffany Montgomery at the March 30 Executive Roundtable. Photo by Michael Kitada.

If you're wondering what it's like to attend one of our Executive Roundtable sessions, here is a sample, in the form of a video montgage.

These images are of our Executive Roundtable on March 30, 2010, with Skullcandy CEO Rick Alden and President Jeremy Andrus in a live conversation with Shop-eat-surf Founder Tiffany Montgomery. The photos are by Michael Kitada.

Meanwhile, a reminder that general registration for our Executive Roundtable next week with Fox Head CEO Pete Fox ends Friday. General registration is $100. Late Registration, from June 19 - 21, is $125. Executive Edition member-savings registration is $65.

 

Skullcandy Executives, March 30, 2010

 

 

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