Entrepreneur , Founder of Trojan Horse was a Unicorn and CEO at BLKO.
After the first edition of THU, I realized that the actual event needed to continue to be small and exclusive, to maintain that family feel, but at the same time, we needed to show the world what we were doing.
Artists spend their lives isolated, completely engaged in a solitary process, focusing on improving, dealing with fears and insecurities, until at some point in their life they realize that there is no one to share their victories or losses with.
“Are you ready to be transformed?” Scott Ross, THU 2015 Opening Ceremony
I’ve mentioned before that, when I started working on the first Trojan Horse was a Unicorn (THU) event, my…