Want to Innovate? Get Uncomfortable. Four young entrepreneurs share the importance of pushing boundaries to create change in this roundtable discussion.
Featured in our recent Top 30 Startups to Watch list, these founders discussed a range of topics, including the importance of discomfort in creating real change.
Adam Braun, CEO and founder of Pencils of Promise, co-fouders Kim Kaupe of ZinePak and Nikhil Arora of Back to the Roots, as well as Walter Driver, the mind behind Scopely, joined us for a candid discussion at the United Nations during the Empact Showcase.
Tune back in for the next espisode of this five-part video series.
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