Participant, which was founded in 2004 by Jeff Skoll, focuses on creating projects that inspire positive social change. The company has produced more than 100 films, and landed 82 Oscar nominations, with best picture wins for Green Book and Spotlight.
Doug Stagner is the first president of Grant's Farm as the Busch family takes over operations of the historic farm. He has more than 30 years of experience in the parks and attractions industry.
Fast Company describes it as an “immersive spectacle that’s like walking into a video game.” The technology has already been adopted by global brands Manchester United and the NBA.
Doug Stagner takes on the presidency of Grant’s Farm, an iconic St. Louis community attraction, as the Busch family announces plans to assume full operations and preserve the unique experience for future generations.
In Episode 6 of Polyplexus.com's Talk Polymath podcast, Oculogica's Rosina Samadani, Ph.D., and Dr. Uzma Samadani share the science behind EyeBOX®, their concussion diagnostic tool, the data that drives it, and how they see the future of brain health.
Holly Gordon, Chief Impact Officer at Participant Media, shares the process of choosing content that combines the power of a good story with opportunities for real-world impact and awareness around the most pressing global issues of our time.
Manchester United and Harves announced the opening of the first-ever Theatre of Dreams center in Beijing. Harves Global Entertainment is creating a new category of immersive experiences -- which they call ImCulture™-- in collaboration with global top-tier brands.
Momentum Commerce, a digital retail consultancy, launched earlier this year to help brands effectively navigate digital consumer behaviors and online marketplaces. Their new Amazon Brand Index scores 80,000 brands on Amazon advertising and organic search visibility.
Polyplexus, the R&D acceleration platform, was awarded an honorable mention in the Fast Company World Changing Ideas 2021. The platform brings together scientific and technical creators, using evidence-based conversation to create a new marketplace for R&D.
Twenty years following its founding, the New York Choreographic Institute launched its first virtual initiative in June 2020 with Summer Sessions, a program to engage choreographers and dancers during the COVID-19 lockdown.
In 2018, Timken published its first Corporate Social Responsibility report. In 2021, Newsweek named the global industrial leader one of the country’s most responsible companies.
The partnership focuses on creating and developing immersive entertainment centers that bring global fans and families closer to the NBA. The centers will incorporate Harves’ proprietary DreamCube™ mixed-reality technology. The first destination will open in 2022.
Evidence Madness launches on Polyplexus to identify published scientific evidence that will lead to new, transformative industries by 2040. The brackets feature submissions of evidence in one of four scientific domains: Life Sciences, Physics, Chemistry, and Computer Science. The final field of 64 pieces of evidence will compete head-to-head against one another until a winner emerges.
Participant Media is not a typical Hollywood company. Founded by former eBay chief Jeff Skoll, Participant produces award-winning content that creates an impact. To support activism on issues like climate change and the global refugee crisis, Participant works with artists, distributors, NGOs, foundations, and nonprofits globally who are doing the boots-on-the ground work.