The Wintrust Business Lunch: Amina Elahi, Tom Gimbel, Scott Kleinberg, and Ellen Sandor

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Ellen Sandor, founder of Art to the Nth Power, joins Steve to talk about how she's empowering women in art, innovation, and technology.

The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.

– Walt Disney

Happy Friday all! Ease yourself into the weekend with this packed episode of the Wintrust Business Lunch. Amina Elahi , a reporter at Blue Sky Innovation, starts this one with a look at some of the biggest takeaways from this year’s SXSW. If you missed Amina’s live coverage of the event, you can get all caught up right here.

Folks, you’re not supposed to talk politics at the office. That being said, we understand how difficult it can be to hold your silence if you’ve got a brain and a heartbeat. Tom Gimbel, the CEO of the LaSalle Network, joins us today with some tips about how you can effectively talk politics at the workplace.

Later, social media expert Scott Kleinberg comes on the show to take a look at Mark Zuckerberg’s very smoggy and somewhat offensive jog in China. Scott and Steve also discuss what will happen if Apple loses the case against the FBI.

Ellen Sandor, founder of Art to the Nth Power, wraps up this one by talking about how she’s empowering women in art, innovation, and technology. If you haven’t already, make sure you check out Ellen’s website!

We’ll have all that and more on this episode of the Wintrust Business Lunch!

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