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Sketchnotes from Food for Thought 2013

Food for Thought, I imagine, is like TED before it became TED, with really great food. It’s a unique conference hosted every year by Erwin Penland in the charming city of Greenville SC, and brings together innovators, entrepreneurs, marketers and business leaders. This is the second year I have had the privilege of going. For those that went, and those that didn’t, here are my sketchnotes from the conference.
Cohen

Sketchnote of Yael Cohen's presentation, @yael at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.

Sketchnote of Yael Cohen’s presentation, @yael at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.

“The difference between an idea and a sustainable innovation is execution.” – Jessica O. Mathews

Sketchnote of Julia Silverman and Jessica O. Mathews presentation,@Jules_or_JSil, @Jess_O_Matt, @soccket at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.

Sketchnote of Julia Silverman and Jessica O. Mathews presentation,@Jules_or_JSil, @Jess_O_Matt, @soccket at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.

“What informs who we are, are the conversations we have.” – Rose Fass

Sketchnote of Rose Fass's presentation, @rosefass at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.

Sketchnote of Rose Fass’s presentation, @rosefass at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.

“Where everything is broken, anything is possible.” – Chuck Salter

Sketchnote of Fast Company Live presentation, @chucksalter @fastcompany at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.

Sketchnote of Fast Company Live presentation, @chucksalter @fastcompany at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.

“Our goal is to move as many people as possible over the poverty line through work.” – Leila Janah

Sketchnote of Leila Janah's presentation, @leila_c  at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.

Sketchnote of Leila Janah’s presentation, @leila_c at Food for Thought 2013, presented by Erwin Penland.


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