Tuesday, January 19th10am PT/ 1pm ET
Finding win-win-win solutions between stakeholders can be one of the most challenging aspects of truly living out the tenets of Conscious Capitalism. But, where do you start and how do you approach decision making using this key strategy? Matt Altman, Co-Founder & CEO of Sportiqe, has been practicing stakeholder integration for over a decade and draws a direct line from Sportiqe's unflinching commitment to their values and this stakeholder focus to their profitability and business success. Join Conscious Capitalism, Inc. Board Member Brian Mohr as he and Matt discuss the essentials of making stakeholder integration an innate part of any business and explore specific examples of this model in action through Sportiqe’s own journey.
As co-founder and CEO of Sportiqe, Matt Altman is a Phoenix native who spent more than a decade as the director of merchandise for the NBA’s Phoenix Suns, MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks and NHL’s Arizona Coyotes where he oversaw all retail operations including buying, sourcing, designing, product development, inventory, sales and logistics for Talking Stick Arena and Chase Field.
In 2006, Altman co-founded Sportiqe, a global, lifestyle apparel company, that is committed to delivering elevated basics using high-quality fabrics, innovative designs and on-trend fit that not only look and feel good, but provide superior comfort no matter the occasion. Sportiqe quickly became a household name amongst some of the most recognizable brands, athletes and celebrities in the world after landing a licensing deal with the NBA early on and being amongst the first apparel companies to bridge the gap between the sports fan and fashion world.
To date, Sportiqe collaborates with global leaders like the NBA, Nintendo, TREK, Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, Warner Bros. and the Dave Matthews Band, to name a few. Sportiqe has outfitted more than four-million people around the world since its inception.
Altman has a lifelong passion for helping people – supporting them to live their dreams and be the best version of themselves. He serves on the board of The Prem Rawat Foundation, which addresses the fundamental human needs of food, water and peace. He is a member of Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) and serves on the board of the Arizona Chapter.
Brian's career is a learning-based journey with an intense focus on people, purpose, values, culture, and leadership while advocating capitalism as a powerful force for good.
Brian has had amazing career experiences at Jobing.com, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Y Scouts and Conscious Capitalism Arizona. Today, Brian is channeling his experiences and energy towards unlocking the power of authentic human connection through his new startup, anthym, a social wellness company focused on helping culture-driven organizations create and nurture meaningful relationships amongst their people to create more value, both for the business and the people.
Brian is on the national Board of Directors of Conscious Capitalism, Inc., he is a Board member and President, Emeritus of the Arizona Chapter of Conscious Capitalism, a member of the Board of Directors of the Better Business Bureau of the Pacific Southwest, a member of the Advisory Board of the Crumb Foundation, and the co-author of "Hiring on Purpose - How the Y Scouts Method is Revolutionizing the Search for Leaders".
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