Amazingly it’s already December. We’re only a few months away from our annual gathering in Sun Valley this March 22-25, 2015, and the schedule is really starting to take shape.
This year, our luck continues in bringing together some pretty unique and unexpected stories to share from the stage. For example:
- Craig Newmark will join us for an interview about trust and ethics in journalism.
- Dan Kottke and Ellen Leanse will share a conversation on stage about the books that Kottke & Steve Jobs read together while traveling the world together.
- Sarah Milstein will talk about the way management and leadership changes as a company goes from 10 to 100 to 1,000 people.
- Mark Duncan, a real-life Sherlock Holmes (a consulting detective) will share the every day applications of the techniques and secrets he uses to unlock old cases.
Dent is a four-day event, though, and talking about only the sessions is like describing nachos but forgetting to mention the cheese. Some things we have in store for this year include:
- Parkour Workshop – Parkour competitor and general genius Zachary Cohn will be running a workshop on activity day.
- Scavenger Hunt – The scavenger hunt was a huge hit in 2014 and we’ll be back with a new iteration this year; split into teams, compete to solve clues around town, win prizes. ’nuff said.
- Photo Walk – Kris Krug, the amazing globetrotting photographer who led last year’s photowalk, will be back this year to do another one through scenic Sun Valley.
Combine the content with the community and the atmosphere in Sun Valley, ID, and you begin to understand why Dent has such a powerful effect on people. It’s an opportunity to immerse yourself and connect with a peer group that goes beyond “networking,” — Denters share your challenges, your ambitions, your doubts, and your smarts.
If you know you’re planning to join us in 2015, now would be an excellent time to register and make your plans: the registration price jumps from $2,250 to $2,750 after January 1, and the Resort has some of its capacity closed off for renovations, so it’s likely to sell out.
We hope to see you next year in Sun Valley!