Gary Wexler and his Millennial partners, Chris Agutos and Heba Gibani, present: 

A NEW COMMUNICATION EVENT.

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A 90-minute creative journey developing unprecedented solutions and big ideas for business and society.


The next Red Table event: Bank of America


THE SETTING.

A rectangular red table, surrounded by an audience.
 

THE PARTICIPANTS.

Four on one side of the table representing the passionate opinions of a department or an issue.
Four on the other side of the table representing the passionate opinions of another department or issue.
 

THE PROGRESSION.

The first 30 minutes:

TENSION. Let it fly between the two sides. No holds barred.

 

The second 30 minutes:

HUMAN COMMONALITY. Find out who each other is on the other side, as human beings.

 

The final 30 minutes:

CREATE. The participants on both sides and audience collaborate to create a big idea that can solve either a business problem or begin a path to societal change.
 

THE ATMOSPHERE.

Artistic. Creative. Relevant. Challenging. Tense. Humorous. Meaningful. Energizing. Human.
 

THE SOUNDS.

Committed, passionate voices at the table.
Short performance art before, during and after. 
 

THE AUDIENCE.

Intent. Riveted. Participatory in the last segment. Celebratory at the end.
 

THE CHALLENGE.

Listen to one another. Hear. Collaborate. And then create as a group.
 

THE OUTCOME.

An unprecedented idea or solution that changes the status quo.
A methodology that can initiative creative culture change within an organization.
A powerful and creative team building event.
 

THE SPIRIT.

The New Communication is an economic engine.
 

THE TAKEAWAY.

Everyone can access their own creativity, even if they think they can’t.
Everyone can communicate and work together.


The most recent Red Table took place between Special Olympics and its Corporate Sponsors. Here are A FEW REVIEWS.


THE LEGS THAT HOLD UP THE

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We are a team of Boomers and Millennials, each one of us a successful business person and entrepreneur,  all of us lecturers and graduates from the University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism.