Successful businesses are built on insightful conversations. If you can access insider perspectives and combine them with proven frameworks, you have everything you need to create a competitive advantage. What would you do for a chance to be a part of those conversations? The Room Where It Happens is that chance -- your invitation from Sahil Bloom and Greg Isenberg to join a community designed to open the door and give you a seat at the table.
Sahil spent 7 years at a large investment fund managing >$3.5 billion in capital and serves on the board of 4 companies in the consumer industry, including Fox Racing and Brixton. He is also an active angel investor in over 30 companies. Outside of his investing career, he has become a prolific creator, having built a platform spanning 300K highly-engaged, loyal followers and subscribers across Twitter and a newsletter, and is also a regular contributor on CNBC and other media outlets.
Sahil graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in economics and sociology and an M.A. in Public Policy. While at Stanford, Sahil led the Stanford Baseball Team to two regional championships and top-5 rankings and was a two-time winner of the Bruce Cameron Memorial Award, which is awarded annually to a Stanford student-athlete who best exhibits excellence in athletics, academics, and leadership.
Greg is the co-founder and CEO of Late Checkout, a product studio, fund and agency that designs, creates and acquires community-based technology businesses. He is also an advisor to Reddit.
Previously, Greg was Head of Product Strategy at WeWork and a Growth Advisor at TikTok. Prior to that role, he was the Founder and CEO of 5by, a leading video discovery app which was acquired by StumbleUpon.
Early in his career, he helped build one of the internet's most popular financial education communities Wall Street Survivor (acquired).
Greg has helped build communities and technology products for brands like Microsoft, FedEX, NASCAR, TechCrunch and Wordpress. His work has garnered praise and recognition: he has been featured in Vanity Fair, Forbes, Mashable, Fortune Magazine, L.A Times and has won multiple webby awards, for his outstanding work.
The Room Where It Happens will help you understand how the trends of today shape the opportunities of tomorrow. It’s a community that puts you in the conversation so you can leverage intuitive frameworks for analyzing problems, identify game-changing opportunities, and master decision-making. More importantly, it’s a place where you can interact with the brightest entrepreneurial minds to distill the lessons that become winning ideas and businesses.