Tactivate meshes together the commonalities between special operations veterans and startup entrepreneurs so both can benefit from better in-house cultures

Jesse Levin of Brooklyn Boulders, who you might remember from our conference last year, spoke again at PSFK 2015, this time to talk about another one of his projects, Tactivate, and his broader goals for helping society deal with an “Ecology of Flux.”

“This is a time of change. This room is completely emblematic of what’s happening, I think it’s undeniable, there’s just a massive socio-cultural shift in how we live our life, how we learn, how we want to spend our time, and who we interact with.”

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