Work is the Magic Bullet.

A session at GIANT Conference

Wednesday 11th June, 2014

1:45pm to 2:45pm (EST)

No one looks back on their lives and remembers the nights they had plenty of sleep" — J. Cornelius

Your personal success isn't just delivered to you on a silver platter. You have to hustle and make things happen yourself. Getting ahead means working hard, smart, and building trust along the way.
If getting ahead in your line of work means getting promoted and/or making more money, Greg is here to assist you. Bosses promote hard, smart workers. And you don't have to pull 60-80 hour work weeks to do it. You just have to know what they are looking for.

Greg has been managing teams for two decades. Through the course of his experience, he's learned that the people who are most likely to advance in their careers are those who embody specific characteristics — characteristics he will share with you that you can put into action immediately. When it comes to review time, you manager will be looking for them. If you follow them, you'll have a significant advantage.
About Greg

Greg Hoy is the CEO of Happy Cog. Greg began his career in 1992, and focused on interactive design from 1994. Greg and industry pioneer Jeffrey Zeldman partnered in 2006 to expand Happy Cog's footprint to Philadelphia, and later further expanded the company's reach and capabilities by merging with boutique design studio Airbag Industries in 2009.

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Greg Hoy

Principal at Happy Cog, Founding Partner at Bureau of Digital

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  • Bennett Coleman
  • Greg Hoy
  • Hartwell
  • Macy White
  • Trey Piepmeier
  • Zoya Eydelman

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  • Dorrie Hutchison

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Time 1:45pm2:45pm EST

Date Wed 11th June 2014


The Cinema, The American Theater

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