On this week's episode Sean chats with Daniel Brusilovsky, Digital Initiatives Lead at Golden State Warriors. Sean chats with Daniel about growing up in Silicon Valley and what innovation means in a NBA team.

On this podcast you'll learn about:

  • How Daniel's career started and how his entrepreneurial background led him to sports
  • How Imoji got started (and eventually sold)
  • What Daniel's Digital Initiatives Lead role involves
  • Why the Warriors have a Performance Engine and Innovation Engine
  • How the Warriors plan to balance tech vs fans needs/experience in a new stadium
  • How being in Silicon Valley gives the Warriors a competitive edge
  • The Warriors VR recruiting video made for a certain free agent
Daniel Brusilovsky on Silicon Valley and Innovation

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