What do you hope is the way forward for healthcare? What was it like working with Steve Jobs? How did you create the advertising plan for the unique Mac? Did Jeff Daniels painting you precisely in Steve Jobs?

You may ask all this and extra to John Sculley, CMO of RxAdvance and former CEO of Apple, for his rescheduled TNW Solutions session.

Sculley began his profession at Pepsi-Cola, the place he labored his method up from a traineeship at a bottling plant to grow to be the corporate’s youngest advertising VP on the age of 30. In 1977 he turned Pepsi’s youngest-ever CEO and president.

Sculley was famously lured to Apple after Steve Jobs pitched: “Do you wish to promote sugared water for the remainder of your life? Or do you wish to include me and alter the world?” Sculley continued on to launching a few of Apple’s most iconic advertising campaigns.

Since then, he has devoted his work to fixing the US healthcare system, and is at present working for RxAdvance, a platform which goals to fuse collectively high-tech and healthcare in an effort to profit sufferers, decrease well being prices and repair the healthcare system in America. 

If all this wasn’t cool sufficient, his character has been performed by Jeff Daniels in Steve Jobs, Matthew Modine in Jobs, and Allan Royal in Pirates of Silicon Valley.

Want inspiration? Sculley is an knowledgeable on healthcare disruption, branding, and innovation. He has made an unimaginable profitable profession in high-tech startup funding and is understood for having a hand in a few of the world’s most recognizable advertising campaigns, such because the “Pepsi Problem”.

Try his Cult of Mac interview on his enterprise partnership with Steve Jobs, and one other with Enterprise Insider on the startup he’s engaged on that he thinks might grow to be greater than Apple.

Ask your questions now, and don’t overlook to test again for his solutions tomorrow at 11 am EST/eight am PST/5pm CET.


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